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V. Aeneid 5.225-43

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 *Any verb in this passage is translated, keeping the original tense-form as correctly as possible.  present: blue  future: pink  past: red  subjenctive: green5.225-6And now there remains only Cloanthus at the very goal line;The contender (=Mnestheus) chases and presses him with the greatest power.5.227-8Then the clamour is doubled indeed, everyone stimulates the chasing side enthusia...

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7.62-85a Cicero's Speech

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7.63-7Tullius, the greates authority of the Roman oratory, under whose rule and toga (=consulship) that savage Catiline had feared the peace-making axe (=facis), carried the voice of everyone; Then, as a soldier, being angry about war and having been patient with such a long silence, he was longing for the rostrum and the Forum.  His eloquence added strength to the weak Cause.7.68-72"On behalf ...

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Quint. 2.5.10-13

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 2.5.10  Even it also is not useless (=It also is useful) for the orations, which are sometimes corrupted and full of faults and which, however, most people admire out of the improperness of their judgement, to be read openly and to be shown, in them, how much improperness, obscurity, tumidity, meanness, dirtiness, wantonness, weakness are there; These things are not only praised by most p...

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Quint. 2.5.1-9

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 2.5.1  But (we'll talk) about the method of declamation a little later.  Meanwhile, because we are discussing the first rudiment of rhetoric, it seems not to be omitted as well that I would advise how much a rhetor would be able to contribute for the progress of the students if he instructs the students entrusted to him in reading history and even oratories just as the recitation of poet...

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Quint. 2.4.38b-42

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 2.4.38b  However, the quality of justice tends to be examined not simply.  For, it is asked about the thing (=the action) itself whether it is worth a punishment or reward; or (it is asked) about the degree of the punishment or the reward, which can be blamed as either greater or smaller.2.4.39  Also, utility (of a law) is decided sometimes by its nature and sometimes by the times. ...

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Petr. 111.5-8

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111.5  Therefore, there was only one fable in the whole country; People of all social orders were confessing that only that one appeared shinningly to be the true example of chastity and love.  Then, meanwhile, the ruler of the province ordered that thieves be crucified next to that tomb, in which the matron was weeping over the recent corpse (of her husband).111.6  Thus, next evening, when...

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