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A Gerundive in Juvenal

  • John G. Griffith (a1)


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page 190 note 1 In fact 42, but Cic. De Or. ii. 86 has no place here; as Willdns saw, a cohortatione nostra means ‘in respect of’ and carries no agentival force.

page 190 note 2 Cic. Fin. ii. 30 and Vell. Pat. ii. 48.1 (both Group C below). Cic. Fam. xii. 23. 1 might be added, if the restoration … fers, a te ea … could be regarded as certain.

One may feel fairly sure that this total (43) of textually reliable instances is near the mark. The only list known to me before Roby which has pretensions to completeness is that given by Fr. Schneider (Jahrb. f. kl. Phil., 1845, p. 441), which records 29 out of Roby's 35 Ciceronian references and contains none that Roby may have missed. The small number which have come to light since is significant.

A Gerundive in Juvenal

  • John G. Griffith (a1)


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