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Archaisms of Terence mentioned in the commentary of Donatus.

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Published by Press of I. Friedenwald in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Terence -- Language,
  • Latin language -- Archaisms

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTerence monographs -- 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA6782 .S7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23278648M
    LC Control Number10001330

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Archaisms of Terence mentioned in the commentary of Donatus. Baltimore: Press of I. Friedenwald, (OCoLC) Named Person: Terence; Terence. Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Kirby Flower Smith.

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Smith, K. () Archaisms of Terence mentioned in the Commentary of Donatus, Baltimore Soles, M. () ‘Studies in the colloquial language in the poems of Catullus’, Diss., Michigan Sommer, F. () Handbuch der lateinischen Laut- und Formenlehre, HeidelbergAuthor: Evangelos Karakasis.

Slaughter: The Substantives of Terence. Boston, I89I. Smith, K. W.: Archaisms of Terence mentioned in the Cor. of Donatus. Baltimore, I Other works are referred to. Archaisms of Terence mentioned in the commentary of Donatus / (Baltimore: Press of I.

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PARAGRAM (Greek, "letter joke"): A sub-type of pun involving similarities in sound. See examples and discussion under pun. PARAGRAPH (Greek, "side writing"): (1) Originally, a short stroke below the start of a line running horizontally to separate that material from earlier commentary. It was common in Greek manuscripts to show a break in the sense or a change.

But the word was apparently familiar to students of the hermeneutic style in tenth-century England: it is found in Frithegod (spelled serranus) and in an unprinted series of glossae collectae (from Abingdon, perhaps) in BM Harley (saec.

x), 70v–71r and r–67V. Until glossary material of this sort in manuscripts of English origin Cited by: A single mention of his poem, the De rerum natura (which from the condition in which it has reached us may be assumed to have been published posthumously) in a letter of Cicero 's to his brother Quintus, written early in S4 B.C., confirms the date given by Donatus.

a) Donatus’ commentary on Terence, Phormio A Immisi fontibus apros. Apris quaedam in luto volutandi gratia est, quare puros fontes coenosos reddunt.

Ex quo ortum est proverbium rusticanum immisi fontibus apros, quo exprimitur stulticia eorum qui suis rebus perniciem immittunt, quod Vergilius a in Bucolicis usurpat. [I let boars into.

The one flourished, and was put to death, in the reign of Nero; while the other met a similar fate under Domitian.

The early commentators on the Biography took it for granted, naturally enough, that the Paris mentioned in the Biography was the same Paris that is mentioned by Juvenal himself in Sat. vii. But the dates given above for the life of. L a letter which was the twelfth letter of the Phoenician alphabet.

It has in its history passed through many changes of form, ending curiously enough in its usual manuscript form with a shape almost identical with that which it had about B.C.

().As was the case with B and some other letters the Greeks did not everywhere keep the symbol in the position in which they had. Satires, Book II, and Epodes published. " Odes, Books I-III published.

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Works. [German version] Roman grammarian, especially commentator. His partial commentary on Terence (Adelphoe and Eunuchus) is taken into account in grammatical tradition; traces of his more famous commentary on Horace ([3. 1,3] puts him above Porphyry and Modestus) are to be found in the various reviews of the scholia, in particular in Porphyry.

Chapters 4 and 5 are given over to two major grammatical texts, Pompeius's commentary on the handbook of Donatus and Servius's commentary on the poetry of Vergil.

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It is the age of purest excellence in prose, and of a new birth of poetry, characterized rather by. The Grammar of English Grammars — Part II Goold Brown. ETYMOLOGY treats of the different parts of speech, with their classes and modifications.

The Parts of Speech are the several kinds, or principal classes, into which words are divided by grammarians. Classes, under the parts of speech, are the particular sorts into which the several.

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and Ovid's Metamorphoses and Fasti and they were also required to write Latin verses. In the eighth they were to read the Commentaries of Donatus, and were to be required to discuss the style and characteristics Epistles; of Terence.

1 ByGreek was commonly, though not. Ancient critics also made them a subject of study, and wrote many commentaries on them. We still possess the important commentary by Aelius Donatus, belonging to the middle of the 4th century A.D., as well as the less valuable one by Eugraphius of the 10th century, when Terence was (as for some time previously) a favourite text-book.

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Juvenal and Persius (Loeb Classical Library) Juvenal, Persius THIS EDITION HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEWER EDITION Juvenal, Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis (ca. AD 60–), master of satirical hexameter poetry, was born at Aquinum. companion to Aristotle's "Poetics," A Translation and Commentary for Students of Literature.

Like that volume, it is a collaboration. As in the earlier volume, the translation of the classical work, in this case the Ars Poetica, is by Leon Golden and the commentary by O.B. Hardison. Translations of the nonclassical works are by the authors. Terence was a former slave and apparently an African (born in Carthage).

He died young, though six plays survive. They too were mostly based on Menander, but Terence, though less original than Plautus, surpassed him in characterization.

His humour was less broad, pitched at a more cultivated audience. The works which the editor has found of most service in the preparation of the Introduction and Commentary are mentioned in the list given on a subsequent page, and although his indebtedness is usually noted specifically in the Commentary, he feels under special obligation to the editions of Tyrrell, Watson, Süpfle-Böckel, and Hofmann.

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