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is wrongly altered by Weissenborn. For termini cf. Ar. Eth. 9, 4, 1, οις αι φιλίαι ορίζονται.

p. 144, n. on § 90, l. 19. quod contra: see Madv. Fin. 5,76; Munro on Lucr. 1, 82.

p. 164, Appendix on the Text. Since this edition was first issued (1879) a valuable recension of the text has appeared by C. F. W. Müller (in the series of Teubner texts). It contains much fuller information concerning the Paris Ms than was given by Mommsen. On a careful consideration of all its readings, I am not inclined to allow to it a preponderant influence in the constitution of the text, though I admit it is of very high value*.

p. 156, § 8, l. 20. multum : so PL; G multam; edd. generally multi.

p. 157, n. on § 20. nil unquam. Formerly I read nil quicquam, but the phrase is not Ciceronian. It occurs in mss of De Or. 1, 134, where quisquam is now read by edd.

p. 158, n. on 32, l. 24. concertatio: Iwan Müller objects that this word has always a bad or not good' sense. But the same is true of certatio ; in either case we have oxymoron, similar to that in Ligar. 16 honesto mendacio.

p. 159, nn. on $ 41. Many corrections of the words deinde and quae have been proposed. C. F. W. M. marks the passage as corrupt.

$ 49, 1. 30. inanibus: C. F. W. M. inanimis (an old em.), needlessly.

n. on § 50, 1. 4. et tam trahat: in favour of trahat, cf. Hor. Sat. 2, 6, 75 quidve ad amicitias, usus rectumne, trahat nos ? Sen. Ep. 6, 3 cum animos in societatem honesta cupiendi par voluntas trakit; Rep. 6, 25 suis te oportet illecebris ipsa virtus trahat ad verum decus. The last passage may help to defend illiciat, the reading of the best MSS, rejected by C. F. W. M. Cic. has just been mentioning (8 49) the allurements of ordinary life, and now says that even these cannot allure like similarity of character. The observation of Gernhard (quoted by Iwan Müller in his review of this edition) that illiciat is a vox indigna amicitia, is quite beside the mark. Against Brieger's omission of ad before amicitiam cf. Plin. Ep. 4, 15, 2 cum sit ad conectendas amicitias tenacissimum vinculum morum similitudo.

p. 160, n. on $ 65, 1. 27. quem: the preceding and succeeding sentences, if attentively read, confirm my em. (which Iwan Müller condemns). The whole passage relates to the ideal friend. For quem quaerimus cf. Fin. 2, 37; Tusc. 4, 37; ib. 5, 42 and 110.

p. 161, n. on § 96. cooptatio : unfortunately in the index to Vol. I of the Corp. Inscr. coptato is given for coaptato (as in the transcript of the inscription). For coptato cf. Lucr. 5, 342 coperuisse with Munro's n.

* An examination of the Paris ms which I was enabled to make by the courtesy of its present possessor (Mr Quaritch) has confirmed me in my view. Unfortunately my examination came too late for use in the present edition. I hope to publish the results of it elsewhere.

INDEX

TO THE MATTERS CONTAINED IN THE INTRODUCTION,

NOTES AND APPENDIX.

N.B. In references to the notes two figures are given. The first indicates
the page on which the note occurs; the second the number on the left-hand side
of the page, under which number the note is placed.

abest (tantum abest ut) 118 19
abicere se 100 16
ablatives of -u stems 64 1

of respect 75 33
of instrument 95 31

juxtaposed 73 13
abstract for concrete 116 23; 140 1
ac, atque at beginning of sentence

99 4; 121 12
Academy (New), its opinions 9;

77 10; 77 18; 82 29
accedere proxime 86 23
accipere excusationem 107 6
accusatives of -i stems 156

of Greek names in -es 160
acquiescere in 151 24
adesse in consilio 104 4
adhibere rationem, diligentiam 143 5
adire pericula 91 24
adiutor 103 20
adjectives placed before nouns 61 4

superlative of, in -bilis

adjectives with adverbial force 109

18
admodum 63 13
adulatio 144 24
adulescens 74 20
adumbrare 148 32
Aemilius Papus 106 25
aequalis... par 101 22
aequitas 139 24
agere cum aliquo 65 5

cum populo 147 26
agi cum aliquo 74 16
agnomen 68 5
Ahenobarbus 147 23
aio...nego 145 4
aiunt (in ut aiunt etc.) 85 15

(dicere aiunt) 114 26
ακούειν 108 12
ακριβής 69 το
alias (adverb) 62 10
alienus 86 25
yurtinuando (after si) 92 23
aliquis... aliqui 140 11
aliquis... quis (after si) 96 6
aliquis...ullus 115 16
alliteration 66 19; 88 18; 94 10;

112 23; 122 25; 138 30
alter idem 138 8
amicitiae volgares 136 33
amicorum paria 81 15
anacoluthon 62 11; 68 68 6; 81

13; 112 19; 134 3; 134 11; 135 22

65 12

used as substantives 66

18;

78 19;

86 32 ;

100 13; 110 25; 117 8;
121 16; 122 25; 143

10; 146 12
connected by et 99 8
positive supplied from

superlative 107 2
agreeing with last of

several nouns 137 23

7021

ανήκοος 108 12

brevity of style 81 12; 101 26; 133 30
animadvertere...animum advertere Brutus (D. Iunius Brutus Gallaecus)

70 16
animans 116 32
ansas ad aliquid 125 3

C. for Gaius 64 21
antea (proleptic) 121 17

cadere in 115 13
antecedent: see "ellipse'

Caecilius 150 2
antevertere 82 24

Caeso 64 21
αποδέχεσθαι 107 6

Caius not found 64 21
αποπροηγμένα 73 15

calculi 124 14
apparet ut 139 10

calx 151 29
appetere 114 31

capitale odium 63 16
applicare 101 21

Carbo 18; 107 2; 109 18; 146 15
applicatio 95 31

carceres 151 29
apposition 130 19; 133 26

Carneades 17; 77 18
arbitratu...arbitrio 64 1

Cassius (Spurius) 97 15
Arcesilas 77 18

Cato (the censor) 68 2; 69 10
Archytas 142 14

Cato (the censor's son) 72 2
Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics 11; Cato (the censor's grandson) 107 2
13

causa nostra 123 6
dialogues 13; 14

causae diligendi 99 9.
Politics 85 23

cautio (una cautio est) 137 27
assentatio 144 24

celeberrimus 76 4
asyndeton 66 25; 88 20; 105 12 ; censere 79 29
110 26; 111 10; 116 32; 121 19; ceterus (proleptic) 69 9; 122 21
122 22; 125 32; 127 28; 131 5;

spelling 155
144 18

chiasmus 66 22; 91 10; 115 11;
atque corrective 118 23

123 7; 129 1; 132 12
in enumerations 140 5

Cicero, his philosophical works 7-9
attraction 63 13; 63 19; 84 7; 101

his opinions 9; 10
24; 105 22; 117 4; 118 10; 122

a man of letters 7 n.
26; 122 30; 141 20; 142 18

Laelius, scope 10; 11
attributive phrases 87 2; 118 15;

Greek sources 11:12
127 2; 142 18

title 12
audacia 85 17

time of writing 13
audience in theatre 9329

form 13
audio 108 12

interlocutors 14 sq.
augurs 70 17

summary 20 sq.
αυτάρκης 119 23

De re publica 15; 16; 19;
αυτός...εκείνος referring to same sub-

20; 94 6
ject 124 23

Cato maior 15; 66 19; 75 30
ballot, vote by 109 18

Academica 67 29
belua 87 6

circumfluere 119 32
beneficium (abstract) 97 24

clarus (of things) 76 5
benevolentia 91 12

Clitomachus 17
Bias 125 31

Cn. for Gnaeus 64 21
blanditia 144 24

coaptatio (for cooptatio) 161
blandus 114.

coepi (construction of) 109 19
Blossius 104 3; 105 13

cognomen (use of word) 68 5
bonitas 1159

put before nomen 106 25

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collocation (order of words) 71 22;

73 8; 74 19; 76 7; 93 33; 109
16; 119 30; 120 6; 121 12; 122

21; 132 16; 138 8; 142 12
comes...dux 105 12
comici senes 150 2
commemorare 81 ui
commentari 70 17
commoditas 90 3
commodus 121 17
communicare 90 2
communis homo 129 28

vita 105 22
concedere ut 84 13
conciliatrix 105 16
condicio 102 11
condimentum (metaphorical) 130 12
conditional sentences, incomplete

(apodosis only) 66 24;

115 10; 128 16
with double protasis 105 18;

158
tenses in 77 14
with indicative in apodosis

and subjunctive in protasis

97 21; 153 22
confirmare 73 11
conglutinare, conglutinatio 101 27
coniunctio (grammatical term) 71 22

('association') 133 20
coniunctus (as adjective) 97 22
consentiens 129 29
consilium 104 4
constantia 71 29
contemnere 133 31
contemptus 100 17
contendere ab aliquo 106 29
contingere 71 30
contio 148 31
contrahere 116 27
contumacia 121 15
convenientia rerum 150 IT
coram 64

4
Coriolanus 111 2
corroboratis aetatibus 134 8
Crassus 147 23
credo (parenthetic) 70 14
Critolaus 17
cum (with perfect) 116 29
cum (mecum et cum) 64 21

difficile dictu 91 8
diffluere 119 28
diffundi 116 23
diligentissime 70 18
Diogenes Laertius 11 n.

Babylonius 17
discedere ab aliquo 62 5
discidium (spelling) 91 16
disputare, construction of 62 6; 66

13
disputatio 67 27
dissuere 136 4
distantia 135 20
divitior 124 16
docti 82 28
doctrina 68 6
dolor 75 28
dubitare (construction) 61 3
dumtaxat 120 5
duos...duo 157
dux...comes 105 12

eague = και ταύτα 82 29
ecflorescit 151 18
efficere aliquid ex aliquo 108 14

143 1 ;

140 II

134 3

efficere aliquem consulem 134 6 et, after a negative 95 29; 138 4
elegi 129 30

connecting adjectives 99 8
ellipse of verba dicendi 62 10; 71 omitted, see 'asyndeton'

27; 77 18; 101 30; 102 33; et...que 135 27
110 23; 128 19

et...ac 137 17
of parts of the verb esse, viz. etiamnum 75 32
est 100 15; 116 30; 137 20; euphemism 126 10; 149 29

144 16; 149 33 Euripides imitated 112 19; 128 20;
erat 110 30
sunt 80 31; 138 30; 145 8 eventus=fatum 79 30
sit 105 9

evolare 79 28
esse 84 7; 84 11; 98 30; 118 evomere 142 6
9; 118 15; 129 24

exardescere, exardere 136 5
fuisse 106 25

excludi 89 29
of subject to verb 106 31; exiliter 123 14.

107 33; 116 27; 125 29; expetendum 89 24

127 32; 139 20; 149 18 expetere 114 31
of verb in the infinitive 72 32; exprobrare officia 133 27

95 22; 131 28; 141 16 exsistere 96 6
of verb in one person to be extremum 79 26; 87 6

supplied from same verb
in another 99 5;

Fabricius Luscinus 84 10; 106 25
of positive verb to be sup-

fabulae 132 12
plied from negative 125 30 facere amice 72 32
of positive adjective to be facio ut 65 7

supplied from superlative fallax (of things) 130 24
107 2

famulatus 132 14.
of antecedent to relative 98 Fannius 16; 94 6
28; 126 19; 133 25

fastidium 121 15
of non to be supplied from ne fere 63 14; 155
... quidem 1439

fidelitas 129 30
of interrogative particle 99 3 fides, fiducia (construction) 120 2
of videbatur (supposed) 157 filum (metaphorical) 94 5
of si (supposed) 145 4

florere 65 12
of si in aut si...aut 128 22 fortuna 75 33; 121 113
See also nam; quamquam ;

forum (in forum versus agere) 147 26
conditional sentences incom- fraus 143 4
plete

friendship, its ancient treatment u
eluere 1363

definition of 87 1
Empedocles 91 18; 92 20

only inter bonos 83 3
enim, position of 83 1; 117 7

equality in 131 33
Epicureans 10; 77 10; 113 25; 114

similarity of character in
26; 119 28; 141 32
Epicurus 153 24

whether based on simi-
επιθυμία 85 17

larity ? 139 18
equality between friends 132 33
erumpere in 136 I

G. for Gaius not found 64 21
esse=verum esse 67 29

Gabinius 109 21
et, in et is quidem 69 II

Gaius 64 21
in enumerations 76 7

Gallus (C. Sulpicius) 72 2

135 15

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