By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg
notwithstanding designed specially for these drawing close Roma Aeterna at an speeded up speed, this quantity might be necessary to someone looking an particular exposition of that volume's implicitly awarded grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, A Companion to Roma Aeterna additionally comprises new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.
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Livy’s continuous history begins from the foundation of the city (ab Urbe Conditā), while Sallust’s history of the war with Jugurtha focuses on a political narrative of Rome’s war against Numidia (111–105 BC). In contrast to both, Eutropius’s fourth-century Breviārium Historiae Rōmānae aims to narrate the greatest amount of history as succinctly as possible (the periochae are brief, like the Breviārium, but their aim is to summarize Livy’s ab Urbe Conditā). 6. preface: Ōrātiōnem porrō omnem constāre rēbus et verbīs: in rēbus intuendam inventiōnem, in verbīs ēlocūtiōnem, in utrāque conlocātiōnem, quae memoria complecteretur, āctiō commendāret.
In prose? in Latin? • Are there words or phrases which seem to reflect the formulaic language of law, diplomacy, government, or religion? • Are there words or phrases which seem archaic, poetic, or colloquial? • Are any words or phrases repeated in the passage, or is diction deliberately varied? • To what extent does the author use metaphorical expressions? • Are any expressions particularly effective in their imagery? • What words does the author choose to make transitions from one sentence to another?
54–56) Dum haec aguntur, Trōiānī sine cūrā dormiēbant. 90) Ergō parte mūrōrum dēstrūctā māchina illa hostibus armātīs plēna magnō labōre in urbem trahitur fūnibus, dum puerī 3. Cf. 24. 4. XLI, you will learn that the conjunction dum can also take the subjunctive, when it looks toward a future action that it anticipated (“until,” “long enough for”). XXXVII: TRICESIMVM SEPTIMVM: TROIA CAPTA (Vergil) 13 puellaeque carmina sacra canunt et fūnem manū contingere gaudent. 72–75) Quā rē perturbātus dum Aenēās celeriter ē nōtā viā discēdit, Creūsa incerta cōnstitit neque marītum aberrantem sequī potuit.