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times than it was in the time of Martial. Those from the Pontus may have been a superior kind. Now vas, which is actually in tuas of the mss., is the word used for the jar in which such fish were kept. Cf. Juv. 7. 119: Quod vocis pretium

? siccus petasunculus et vas Pelamidum. The Hellespont from Homer downwards was famous for fish. Hermippus, enumerating the products of the various countries of the world, says, é d' '

ENOTONTOV OKbußpovs kal rbrta rapixn. One of the commonest proverbs among the many which the ancients used to express the idea which we express by the saying 'coals to Newcastle' was ixous eis 'EXİHOTO . Persius (5. 134) advises an idle young fellow to tako to importing sprats or sardines from the Pontus: saperdas advehe Ponto.

INDEX.

ab usque 1. 1. 99.

aiebam 1. 1. 233. abi, pyrrhic 1. 1. 199. ain, spondee 1. 1. 130; 1. 1. ablative of agent, strange 2. 3. 190 ; monosyllable 2. 2. 18.

167 ; 5. 1. 37. abstinere with accusative 1. 1. Alcumenas, Arg. 2. 1. 186.

Alcuměna or Alcmena, Arg. abstini, perf. of abstineo 3. 2. 1. 5. 45.

aliud superfluous 1. l. 117. absolvere 5. 1. 45.

alliteration, Prol. 1. accent, influence of, Prol. 36 ; alter superfluous l. 1. l; 4. 3.

74; 1. 1. 274 ; 2. 2. 129 ; 3. 12. 3. 9.

ambitio, Prol. 76. accipere in threats l. 1. 132. amens 3. 2. 11. accusative (id, idem) after verbs Amphitruo, spelling, of, Arg. of motion 1. 1. 11.

2. 1; age of 4. 2. 12. acerbus, “untimely" 1. 1. 36. Amphitruo with hiatus 2. 2. Acherung 4. 2. 9; 5. 1. 26. 194 ; 5. 1. 23; 5. 1. 29. active form of verbs usually Amphitruo, source unknown ;

deponent 1. 1. 287 ; 3. 2. 3. class of play; interpolations adeo 1. 2. 6 ; 2. 2. 46; 5. 2. 4. in; merits of ; imitations of ; adferre se 3. 4. 6.

see Introduction. al modum quam l. 3. 31. ana paest, division of, Prol. 55 ; aediles, Prol. 72.

3. 1. 13; 3. 3. 2. aeque in comparisons 1. 1. 139. anapaestic metre, license of l. agere se l. 1. 297.

1. 12; 5. 1. 10. -ai, genitive in l. I. 213. anapaestic dimeters l. 1. 11. aibam 2. 2. 29 ; 2. 2. 175. 13.

261

cum ...

anapaestic tetrameters 6. 1. bacchiac metre: hexameters 10.

1. l. 10; tetrameters 1. I. apapaestic word, second foot 20; 2. 1. 1; 2. 2. 1 ; 2. 2. 10,

of senarius 1. 2. 19; 3. 2. 16; trimeters l. l. 24, 25. 43.

Seyffert's law 2. 2. 19. animatus fui 2. 2. 130. barbers' shops 4. 1. 5. animo male esse 2. 2. 92; 6.1. blatis 2. 1. 81. 6.

Blepharo, Arg. 2. 8. animum advortere, Prol. 95. Byron quoted 1. 1. 87. anno, last year,' Prol. 91. antecedent, omission of, Prol. captare 1. 1. 268 ; 2. 2. 189. 106.

cavea, Prol. 68. apud, scansion of 3. 2. 66. cedu 2. 2. 146. -år, Prol. 38.

cenaculum 3. 1. 3. arbiter, Prol. 16; 2. 1. 9. censeo 3. 3. 12. arbitratus l. 1. 105.

cerritus 2. 2. 144. architectus, Prol. 42.

certo scire 1. l. 117. Argumente, date of, Arg. 1. 1; certum est 1. 1. 111; 4. 3. 14.

licenses in, ibid. ; mistakes clam with acc., Prol. 65. in, ibid.

clancuum 1. 3. 25. Argus, ' Argive,' Prol. 08. clausulae l. 1. 83; 1. 1. 93; argutus 3. 2. 2.

2. 1. 24 ; 2. 2. 21. artifices, Prol. 70.

clueo 2. 2. 15. -as, genitive in, Arg. 2. 1; 2. coetus, 'engagement '2. 2. 25. 2. 199.

collus 1. 1. 291. assum, pot adsum 3. 3. 1.

comparere, 'to be forthcoming' asyndeton, Prol. 13; 3. 2. 3; 2. 1. 85. 3. 4. 8.

comparative, a stronger posi. al scin quomodo 1. 1. 202. tive, Prol. 56. atque in comparisons 1. 1. 120; comprecari ture 2. 2. 109. intensive 1. 1. 178.

comprimere, pun on 1. 1. 194. atque, introducing new arrivals concinnare 1. 3. 31 ; 2. 2. 96. 3. 2. 72.

condignus 1. 3. 40. alra bilis 2. 2. 96.

coniector 5. 1. 76. attat 1. 1. 109.

conloqui with accusative 1. 1. attraction of antecedent 4. 185; 3. 2. 17. 1. 1.

conquaestores, Prol. 65. autumare 1. 1. 165.

consecution of moods 1. 1. 41;

1. 2. 25, 26. Bacchae of Euripides 1. 1. 203; contemplo 1. 1. 287. 5. 1. 12.

continrio, close ' () 2. 3. 21. Bacchanalia 2. 2. 71.

contra l. 1. 63.

convertitur, active in sense (?) | liiambio ending, Prol. 46; 1. 1. 1. 84.

3. 47. corrumpere oculos 1. 3. 32.

disparare 1. 3. 51. corrumptus 5. 1. 6.

distaellet 1. 2. 5. covering of head in prayer 6. divini credere 2. 2. 40. 1. 42.

divorce, formula of 3. 2. 47. creduim 2. 2. 140.

domo 2. 2. 6. credo with genitive 2. 2. 40. dormire, metaphorical 1. l. Creon 1. 1. 40.

142. cretic metre l. 1. 65.

Dryden's Amphitruo, Introd. cabitus 5. 1. 60.

ducere se, to take oneself ' 4. maxume 1. 1. 45; 1. 1. 3. 8. 273.

ductare rationes 2. 2. 38.

duellum, trisyllabic 1. 1. 36. d paragogicum, Prol. 149; 1. 1. duint, Prol. 72.

115; 1. 1. 38, 39; 1. 1. 98 ; dum with perfect 2. 1. 54.
1. 1. 112; 1. 1. 162; 2. 2. 87; durare 3. 1. 1.
2. 2. 173.

durus sopor 1. 1. 152. dactyl, trochaic division of 1. dust in battle 1. 1. 80.

1. 155. dactyl not followed by ana e, aphaeresis of, in es and est, paest 3. 2. 8; 3. 2. 68.

Prol. 101. dactylic word, accent on last -e long in Naucrate 2. 2. 228.

syllable of, Prol. 94 ; 102; 1. ecrustor ). 3. 39.

1. 191; 2. 2. 68; 3. 2. 1. eccere 1. 2. 4. dative of 5th declension in •e eccum, Prol. 120. 1. 1. 237 ; 1. 3. 48.

ecflictim amare 1. 3. 19. dative where genitive would be ecquis 4. 1. 12. usual, Prol. 44, 82.

edepol qui 2. 2. 144. decel with dative 2. 2. 188 ; 3. edictare 2. 2. 184. 4. 25.

ego accented on last syllable delenire 2. 2. 112.

without lengthening 2. 1. 56. deliberative present indicative, ego equidem 2. 2. 132. Prol. 56; 1. 1. 237.

ei, scansion of, Arg. 2. 4. delirare 2. 1. 40; 2. 2. 157. Electrus or Electrius = Elec. detexere, metaphorical l. 1. tryon, Prol. 99. 140.

em with accusativo 2. 2. 146. diaeresis bad 1. 3.15; diaerosis emendations in Amphitriio, in spondee 2. 2. 176; 5. l. new, Prol. 36; 45; 69; 81; 96;

141; 1. 1. 5; 1. 1. 25; 1. 1. dicto audiens 3. 4. 6.

30; 1. 1. 80; 1. 1. 91; 1. ). die, dative 1. 3. 48.

109; 1. 1. 113; 1. 1. 152; 1.

49.

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