By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg
notwithstanding designed in particular for these coming near near Roma Aeterna at an speeded up velocity, this quantity should be precious to a person looking an specific exposition of that volume's implicitly provided grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, A Companion to Roma Aeterna additionally comprises new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.
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6. preface: Ōrātiōnem porrō omnem constāre rēbus et verbīs: in rēbus intuendam inventiōnem, in verbīs ēlocūtiōnem, in utrāque conlocātiōnem, quae memoria complecteretur, āctiō commendāret. Introduction xxxvii All of our authors received training in rhetoric, sound principles applicable not only to speeches but to any kind of composition. 7 Sometimes we have other ancient sources with which to compare our texts and thus get some idea of the inventiō and dispositiō of our authors. For the most part, however, a narrower scope confines our evaluation of prose style: the dispositiō of material within a section of a work (What does the author include?
XIV, you learned that the dative and ablative plural of duo, duae, duo is duōbus, duābus, duōbus. The ending -ābus also distinguishes the gender of two easily confused nouns: deus/dea and fīlius/fīlia. 160–161) 12. Possibilis, possibile first appears in Quintilian (first century AD) to translate the Greek δυνατόν; it does not, in classical Latin, replace fīerī posse. 100) IV. XIX. A noun and adjective in the genitive case add a qualifying description, often giving details of number or measurement: Quīntus est puer septem annōrum.
Introduction xxxix • Does the author prefer abstract or concrete nouns? • What choices has the author made between synonyms? III. , historical infinitives, impersonal passives, repeated grammatical elements)? • Which sentences are long, which short? • How are the longer sentences constructed? ▷▷ Are clauses strung along paratactically, or hypotactically? , with participles, or with conjunctions)? ▷▷ Which thoughts occur in the main clauses, which in subordinate clauses? ▷▷ Do the clauses follow one another by an easily comprehensible logic, or must the reader work to piece the sentences together?
A Companion to Roma Aeterna: Based on Hans Ørberg’s Instructions, with Vocabulary and Grammar by Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg