This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... distineo, -tinere, -tinui, -tentus, [dis- ] teneo], 2, keep apart, hold apart, separate; hinder, delay (vii. 37)disto, ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... distineo, -tinere, -tinui, -tentus, [dis- ] teneo], 2, keep apart, hold apart, separate; hinder, delay (vii. 37)disto, -are,, [dis- ] sto], I, stand apart, be separated, be distant, distantes inter se binos pedes, two feet apart (vii. 23). dis tr a ho, -trahere, -traxi, -tractus, [dis- ] traho, draw], 3, wrench asunder, pull apart, vii. 23. distribua, -tribuere, -tribui, -tribu tus, [dis- ] tribuo], 3, distribute, divide, assign, apportion. ditissimus, see dives. diu, comp, diutius, sup. diutisaime, adv., long, for a long time. quam diu, as long as (i. 17). diurnus, -a, -um, [cf. dies], adj., of the day, by day. diiitiims, -a, -um, [diu], adj., long continued, lasting, v. 52. diutissime, see diu. diuturnitas, -tatis, [draturnus], f., long continuance, length of time, long duration, i. 40; iii. 4. diutuinus, -a, -um, comp, -ior [diu], adj., long, prolonged, long continued. . 14. diversus, -a, -urn, sup. diversissimus, [part, of diverto], adj., opposite, contrary; separate, apart; in different directions, different. diverto, -ere, -ti, -sum, [dis- ] verto], 3, go different ways, separate, ii. 24. dives, -itis, comp, ditlor, sup. ditissimus, adj., rich, wealthy, i. 2. Diviciacus, -i, [Kel. Deiviciacos, from deivos, 'god '], m.: (1) An Aeduan of great influence, loyal to Caesar, who at his intercession pardoned Dumnorix, his brother, leader of the Aeduan national party which was hostile to Rome (i. 18 ), and the Bellovaci (ii. 14, 15). Cf. N. to p. 58, II. i. 3, 16, 18, 19., 31, 32, 41; ii. 5, 10, 14, 15; vi. 12; vii. 39. (2) A chief of the Suessiones. ii. 4._ Divico, -onis, [Kel., ..."
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Good. No Jacket. Book. 12mo-Between 6 3/4" and 7 3/4" Tall. 296 page book is in good condition with edgewear, scuffed cover, and smokey smell. A masterly translated edition in correct and idiomatic English that will be of interest to thegeneral reader about Caesar's dramatic report of his activities in Gaul as well as an attempt to keep the rendition as close to the original as possible so that it may serve as a guidepost and aid to the young student who may be somewhat baffled in his/her attempt to cope witht he original Latin.
Good with no dust jacket. Sound binding and hinges. Writing on endpapers. Notations in text. Pages slightly tanned. Cloth over boards is edge worn with some discoloration and overall shelf wear.; Text in Latin with questions, notes, glossary in English.; 7.5" tall; 464 pages.
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