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portenta II 5, saepe praesentiae II 166, praeter naturam portentis II 14, auspicia ex acuminibus II 9, ex aqua solarium II 87, introitus cum flexibus II 144, a puppi ventis II 125, hominem sine arte II 74, cursus cum admirabili constantia 11 55, see cum. Used as participle Mercurius qui sub terris habetur idem Trophonius III 56, hanc constantiam non possum intellegere sine mente

II 54. adversus aer pellitur('in front') 11 125, caput

II 110, dentes II 134. advesperascit III 94. aedificator mundi i 18 Add., 21. aedifico (mockingly used of Creation) i 19,

III 26. aedilis (decorations by) I 22. Aeeta III 48, 54 (?). Aegialeus III 48. Aegisthus III 91. Aegyptius (superstitions of) I 43, 81, 82, 101,

III 39, 54, 55, 56, 59. Aegyptus III 55, 56 (in acc. after v. of mo

tion). aequabilis tributio (=icovouía) 1 50, calor II

54, motus II 23, 90, partes undique aeq.

II 116. aequabilitas motus II 15, 48. aequabiliter, fusus tactus II 141, mare conglo

batur undique II 116. aequaliter partes nituntur II 115. aequilibritas=igovomía I 109. aer. a new word 11 91. See air and anima. Aesculapius II 62, III 39, 45, 57, 83, 91, n. on

occurrit I 46. aestus maritimi (theories of Aristotle, Posido

nius, &c.) II 19 n., 132, III 24. aetates sempiternae saeclorum II 52. aeternitas. in omni aet. II 51, 54, frui aet.

II 62. aeternus. poetical use II 111, III 41. aether. & new word II 91, caeli complexus

qui aether vocatur II 101, sidera ex purissima aetheris parte gignuntur II 39, ardor caelestis qui aether vel caelum nominatur II 41, called caeli ardor I 33, its divinity I 36, constat ex altissimis ignibus II 91, holds together the universe II 101, 115, the soul is derived from it II 18 (n. on unde sustulimus), personified in Jupiter II 65, fed by exhalations II 83,

cf. calor and ignis. Aether. f. of Caelus III 4, f. of Jupiter III

53, 54. aetheria natura id est ignea II 64, summa

pars caeli aetheria dicitur II 117, non ha

bent aetherios cursus stellae II 54. aflatim vescuntur II 127. affero. lacrymas populo Romano II 7, infe

rias III 42. afficio. vi affectam 'endued with' 1 36, ho.

nore I 38, munere III 66. affigo. (sculptors) Minervae talaria affigunt

III 59. affingo. natura corpori affinxit (membra)

I 92 afflatus. sine aflatu divino nemo vir mag

nus II 167. affluo. imaginum series a deo (P) 1 49 Add.,

ex ipso (deo) imagines I 114; nihil bonis

affluentius cogitari potest i 51. Africanus, instance of divine favour II 165,

his death III 80, foretold by prodigies

II 14.
Africus ventus i 101.

agellus III 85. aggredior ad 'proceed to ' 1 57, III 7. agnitio animi (!)11 Add agnosco deorum cognationem i 91, (to feel

the force of an argument) I 49. agnus aurea coma III 68. ago. quid agat vereor 'what will become of

her' III 48; age (before question) I 83, II

120, age porro III 43; res agitur i 17 Add. agripeta I 72. Air pervades all the other elements I 40,

holding them together by its double action expansive and cohesive II 117, is the coldest element II 26, its quality affects the intellect 11 17, 42, its metamorphoses II 101, III 31, personified in Juno II 66, essential to sight and hearing II 83, is an

exhalation from water II 27. Alabandis (Adaßavdeis) III 39 (?); Alabanden.

ses III 50. Alabandus, eponymous hero of Alabanda III

39, saying of Stratonicus about him III 50. Albucius the Epicurean i 93. Alcaeus I 79. Alcamenes, his statue of Vulcan I 83. Alcmaeo the philosopher I 27. Alco. one of the Dioscuri III 53. Alenus (?) III 74. ales. the constellation Cycnus II 113, ales

avis'winged bird' II 112, alites X oscines

II 160. Alexander. saying of Timaeus on the de

struction of the temple at Ephesus at the

time of his birth II 69, aliqui or aliquis. iratus aliqui deus III 91.

(vague sense), esse aliquod numen II 4, esse aliquam mentem II 18, necessitate

aliqua II 88, aliqua natura II 115. alius. (res) alia ex alia nexa I 9, alii per alia

11 7i, alia (closing a list without et) III
52, cf. cetera, reliqua; Gen. alii (?)

II 123.
Allegory used by Stoics I 36, 37, 41, II 62, 63,

64, III 62 foll. allicere (elicere oss) 1 116. alligo vinclis II 64. Alliteration in c, consentiens conspirans

continuata cognatio quem non coget comprobare II 19, cotidiana conveniens constansque conversio II 54, convenientia consensuque naturae quam quasi cognatione continuatam conspirare dicebas III 28, acerbum cor contundam et comprimam (quotation) III 68, cetera...celeri caelestia II 104; in cl, clarum...clam clepere (quotation) IN 68; in d, desipere delirare dementes esse dicebas I 94; in m, major mihi moles, majus miscendumst malum (quotation) III 68; t and m, terram tuentem maria moderantem III 93; in v, volvit vertices vi suscitat (quotation) II 89, velut-vim-aves-avertunt -volucres-vastitate--vento-invectas I 101. Cf. Theobald De annominationis et alliterationis ap. Ciceronem usu pp.

25 Bonn 1852 alludo litoribus II 100 (confused with other

words in Mss). Almo III 52. alo. terra alat et augeat 11 83, cf. 81, vapori

bus altae stellae il 118; cum agellus non

satis aleret (dominum) 1 72. Alphabet Latin II 93. alte emergit II 113. altissimus gradus II 34, natura II 64, ignes

II 91, a domiciliis nostris altissimus caeli complexus II 101.

altitudines montium II 98, speluncarum (?)

ib. ; altitudinum immensitas I 54.
altor omnium rerum mundus II 86.
alvi natura 11 136, purgatio III 57, contingit

caput alvo ii 11i.
amando procul a sensibus II 141 Add.
ambitus rotundi stellarum II 49.
ambulo. naturae artificiose ambulantis III

27.
amfractibus incisum II 47.
amica varietati fortuna 11 43.
amiculum grandi pondere III 83.
amitto captum 'let go' II 124.
amo X diligo I 121; (of self-complacency)

vestra amatis II 73.
amoenitates orarum 11 100.
Amor (mythological) III 44.
Amphiaraus II 7, III 49.
amplector. stirpes amplexa alat terra 11 83.
amplifico. sonum II 144, (sensations) ampli-

ficata interimunt III 34.
amplitudines () 11 98.
an (with the former alternative unex-

pressed) an tu mei similem I 84, an
quicquam tam puerile I 88 (97), an obli-
tus es II 2, an Atti Navii lituus II 9, an
ne hoc quidem intellegimus II 17; (in-
troducing contrasted clauses) an cetera
mundus habebit, hoc unum non habebit
II 18, an vero non possis adduci &c. II

17 Add.
Anacoluthon. (change of mood) facit Socra-

tem disputantem eundemque dicere I
31, dicemus.. non est...sed esse I 75,
necesse est sentiat-venire 111 36; tegen-
di causa factae et ne voces laberentur II
144 Add.; (from Indirect to Direct)
Chrysippus docet...esse debere, est au-
tem II 38 & 39 Add., grues trianguli
efficere formam, ejus autem angulo aer
pellitur II 125, fateamur habere-habe-

mus I 44.
(principal verb attracted into subordi-

nate construction) quem ad modum as-
severant interire (for intereunt) 11 94,
cf. quae cum viderent II 95.
(from personal to impersonal) poterunt

intellegi 11 71.
(of Case) sed ipse Juppiter-hunc II 64, ea
quae nuper-curant ii 126, quibus quies-

cerent II 143.
etiam per jocum 11 7, esse hominem-arro-

gantiae est in 16.
Anactes (al. Anaces) III 53.
anas. anitum ova II 124.
Anaxagoras I 26.
Anaxarchus III 82.
Anaximander I 25.
Anaximenes i 26.
anceps, quasi 'amphibious' i 103.
Andromeda II 112, elided before aufugiens

II 111.
anguis volucris i 101; the constellation Draco

II 109.
anguitenens (=Ophiuchus) 11 109.
angulus summus 'the apex' II 125, angulis

incisum II 47.
angustia conclusae orationis II 20 Add., animi

angustiae I 88, fretorum angustiae 11 19.
angustus. brevius angustiusque concludun-

tur II 20, urget angustius II 22.
anhelo. frigus de pectore II 112.
anicula 1 55, 94.
anilis II 70, III 12.
aniliter III 92.
anima 'air', quae spiritu ducitur in 38, 36,

anima unde animantium constet animus

ex quo animal dicitur (?) 111 36, animam
illam spirabilem (P) 18, animus ex igni
atque anima temperatur 11 36, (in Lu-
cretius) 1 26 n.; (soul) pro sale datam

sui 11 160.
animadverto (followed by cum) 11 24.
animal (named from animus) i 26, III 36;

ignis ex sese ipse animal est ib.; (defined
by sensation and appetite) II 34, 81, 122,
III 32, 33; (the lower animals are without
reason) 11 34, 133, III 66, but have quid-
dam simile mentis II 29, the ant indeed
has mens ratio memoria III 21; (are
created for man) 11 158–161; (each kind
seems to itself the best) 1 77 foll. ; (each
element has its appropriate animals) I

103, II 42. See Zoology.
animalis cibus (aërial nutriment') 11 136,

animali spirabilique natura (?) 11 91, III
34; (' living ') nihil esse animale extrin-

secus (?) III 36.
animans (1) adj., mundum animantem i 23,

II 47, 22, animantes imagines i 120, ani-
mans natura i 123, animantia principia

II 75 Add.
(2) subst. II 24, 37, 45, 83, 101, 130, 132, 136,

153, used as masc. 1 24, as f. 11 101 n., as

neut. II 128, III 34 (?).
animare abs. 'to give life' i 110.
animus (see on anima, animal), est in ani.

mo facere II 20, sive ex animo fit sive

simulate II 168. Cf. Soul.
annales Ennii 11 93.
anniversarias vicissitudines II 97.
annuas frigorum et calorum varietates II

101.
annus magnus II 51, Frag. 5; anno vertente

II 53.
anquiro I 45.
anser II 123.
Antecanis (?) 11 114.
antecedo (neut.) of the stars )( subsequor II

51, 52, 53.
antecello. sensus antecellit sensibus II 145.
anteceptam animo rei informationem I 43.
anteeo. hominis natura anteit animantes II

153.
anteferre figuram suae 1 77.
antegreditur stella solem II 53.
Anteros III 59.
anteverto. tum antevertens tum subsequens

II 53.
anticipatio=póanyus I 43.
anticipo. ita est informatum anticipatum-

que mentibus nostris 1 76.
Antiopa III 54.
Antisthenes I 32.
Aoede III 54.
aperio. aperiuntur stellae )( occultantur II

51, cf. se aperire II 52; aperit de istoc

oratio (quot.) 11 91.
aperta mens ‘unbodied' 1 27.
aperte 'frankly'i 11.
Apis i 82.
Apollo II 68 (derivation of name compared

with that of Sol), III 55, 57, (legislator of
Sparta) III 91. worshipped with unbloody

offerings at Delos III 88 n.
Apollodorus (the Stoic) 1 93; (the Epicurean)

I $ 89 n. on non vestro more and p. lii;

(the tyrant) III 82.
Aposiopesis after sed tamen i 90.
Apostrophe. num quid tale Epicure I 88 n.
Apotheosis, see Gods.
appetitio=opun X declinatio 11 58, III 33.
appetitus animi 11 34, cum appetitu acces.

sum ib., rerum app. II 29.

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appeto. mare terram 100, proprium est

animantium ut aliquid appetant i 104;

(neut.) sentire et appetere II 81.
appulsus solis I 24, frigoris et caloris II 141.
apte cadere 'to suit' i 19.
aptus. (1) part. inter se aptae colligataeque

I 9, inter se conexa et apta II 97, apta
inter se et cohaerentia III 4, undique
aptum II 37, aptius ‘more compact' 11 47,
115: (2) adj. ad jocandum II 46, ad per-

manendum II 58.
apud Cottam at his house' i 15.
aqua pl. respiratio aquarum II 27, efferves-

cunt subditis ignibus ib., maris aqua-

rumque reliquarum vapores II 118.
Aquarius (constellation) II 112.
aquatilis bestia II 124.
Aquila (constellation) 11 113.
Aquilius M'. 11 14.
Aquillius C. III 74 (his definition of dolus).
aquilonis tangitur auris (of a star) 1 111

Add., cf. II 112; aquilonibus reliquisque

frigoribus II 26.
aquilonius () 11 50 (aquilenta M$8).
ara. in aram confugere III 24, pro aris et

focis III 94; (constellation) 11 114.
araneola II 123.
Aratus II 104, (quotations from) 11 104-114,

159.
arbitro v.a. II 74.
Arcadia III 53, 57. Arcades III 57, 59.
arceo. arcet et continet quod recepit II 136,

flumina arcemus II 152.
Arcesilas I li, 70.
arcessitu i 15.
Arche III 54.
Archilochus III 91.
Archimedes (his orrery) II 88.
architectus i 72, II 141, X faber II 35 n. ; (of

the Creator) i 19, II 90.
Arctophylax (= Bootes) 11 109.
Arcturus II 110.
Arctus II 109, 110, 111; Arctoe 11 105.
arcus (rainbow) 111 51, arqui ib.; (constella-

tion) II 113.
Ardea, seat of the worship of Natio III 47.
ardor caeli=aiońp 1 33, 37, mundi II 32, side-

rum ardores II 92, continente ardore

orbem I 28 (®).
Areopagus II 74.
argentea mensa III 84.
Argiva Juno I 82.
Argo (the ship) II 89; (constellation) 11 114.
argumentum cur III 10, argumenti exitum

explicare i 53.
Argus slain by Mercury III 56.
aries (constellation) ii 111; (of Atreus) III

68 n.
Aristaeus olivae inventor 11 45.
Aristippus. asоtos ex Aristippi schola exire

III 77, vol. I p. xxiii.
Aristo of Chios I 37, his saying 111 77.
Aristoteles vol. I p. xxvi foll.; his arg. for the

eternity of the world used by Epicureans
I 20; Epicurean criticism of his doctrines
I 33, 93; reff. to his dialogue De Phi-
losophia I 33, 107 (on Orpheus), II 37
undique aptum n., II 42 (forms of life
belonging to each element), II 44 (stars
move of their own accord), II 51 mag-
num annum n., II 95 (ground of natural
theology), 11 125 (flight of cranes); points
of agreement between him and Posido-

nius vol. II p. xix foll.
arrideo I 79, III 1.
arripio. 'assume' i 76; unde arripuit 11 18,

III 27, arr. ad reprehendendum II 162.

ars naturae II 83, cf. artes II 132 n., artes

quarum judicium est oculorum II 145,
ars medicinae () 11 12, ignem magistrum
artium II 57, homines artium III 23 Add.;
(the ideal in art suggests the divine in
nature) II 35, artis proprium creare II
57, nulla ars imitari sollertiam naturae
potest I 92 Add., II 81, 87, 142; artes

works of art' II 87.
Arsinoe III 57.
Arsippus III 57.
arte. calorem continet artius II 25, arte tan-

gendi () II 146.
arteria (1) artery'11 25, spiritus per arterias

diffunditur II 138; (2) aspera arteria

'windpipe' II 136 Add., 149.
articulatim membra dividit III 67.
articulus 'finger' I 79.
artifex. natura non artificiosa sed artifex II

58.
artificiosus II 58, ignis artificiosus (TŪP Tex-

VLKÓv) 11 57, artificiosi operis vim ii 138,
aurium artificiosum judicium II 146; na-

turae artificiose ambulantis III 27.
artus. commissuras et artus II 150, commis-

suras ad artus finiendos (€) 11 139.
arx. in capite tamquam in arce II 140 Add.
ascisco augures 'acknowledge as augurs'

II 7.
ascripticios cives III 39.
Asia III 58.
asinorum utilitates II 159.
dowuatos (Latin equivalents) i 30 Add.
asotus III 77.
asper. See arteria.
asperitas. saxorum asperitates II 98, stir-

pium asp.weeds' 11 99 Add.
aspirantes pulmones (of an expiration) II
aspiratio aeris 'ventilation'11 83.
aspis (worshipped in Egypt) in 47.
assensio (=ovykata Decis). ass. cohibere =

étréXELV I 1.
assensu omnium dicere II 4.
assequi quanto consilio gerantur 11 97.
assiduitas cotidiana II 96.
assuesco consuetudine II 96.
assumo. (with Dat.) nihil nostrae laudi as.

sumptum III 87.
Astarte III 59.
Asteria (mother of Hercules) III 42, (m. of

Hecate) III 46.
astringo X relaxo II 136, astringentibus se

intestinis II 137; astrictus () 11 26.
Astronomy. heliocentric hypothesis I 21 (ce-

leritate n.), Venus and Mercury revolve
round the sun II 53, 119; geocentric II
91, 98; planets, their direct and retro-
grade motions, their names number or-
der conjunction and opposition, pe-
riodic times II 51-54, 103, 119; magni-
tude of the heavenly bodies II 92, 102,
103, their nutrition by exhalations II 40,
83, 118, III 37: Annus Magnus II 51, fr.
5; gravitation II 98, 115; expansive and
cohesive forces II 115, 116, 117; planetary
influences II 119; constellations as de-
scribed by Aratus II 104-115; their re.
semblance to the objects after which
they are called, their number 104;
horizon II 108 (hoc caput n.); eclipses II
158. See under sun, moon and names of

planets and constellations.
Astypalaea III 45.
Asyndeton adversative I 20, 21, 23, 70, 74, 102,

106, II 1, III 5, 7, 32, 35, 69. Cf. alius,
cetera, reliquus.

at vero (abrupt transition) II 100; (strong

opposition) II 10, III 87.
Atargatis or Derceto nn. on II 111, III 39.
Athenae 1 79, 84, 85, II 74, III 46, 49, 50, 55,

57.
åleos I 63, III 89, cf. 1 62, 118.
Atilius Calatinus II 61.
atomus I 65, 73, 109, 114, 11 94; see corpus,

corpusculum, individuum, inclinatio,

declino.
atque (strong force) and indeed' 1 4; (after

negative clause) III 84; similiter facis

ac si me rogas III 8.
atqui=adda uno I 57, II 10, 18, 89; intro-

ducing and premiss II 16, 41; or atque

(?) i 16, II 41, 78.
Atreus, nii 53, 61, 71.
attendis hoc, quicquid usum non habeat, ob-

stare i 99, cf. Caecin. 90,
Attico sermone i 93, scurra ib.
attingo. labor non attingit deum i 22, cf. III

38, eruditum pulverem II 48.
Attraction (of pron. to gend. of predi-

cate) ista est veritas 1 67, eam esse cau-
sam i 77, non erit ista amicitia I 122,
mare quem Neptunum esse dicebas III
52; (but on the other hand) Indus qui
est fluminum maximus II 130; (of Part.
to gend. of nearer substantive) nervi
sicut venae a corde tractae for tracti II
139; (of Genit. of Pron. to case of go-
verning word) eam facultatem for ejus
fac. III 8, n. on quam similitudinem II
27: (of attribute of antecedent into re-
lative clause, see Adjective) is quem e
Vulcano natum esse dixi custodem Athe-
narum III 57; (of principal subject
into relative clause) iratus aliqui quem
irasci negatis deum (?) III 91; (of case
after quam) quam Sospitam i 82 Add.,
quam te i 86; (after ut) ut in homine
mentem II 29; (of relative into subordi.
nate clause) qui quoniam intellegi no-
luit omittamus III 35, quorum cum re-
manerent animi di sunt habiti II 62, 1 12
n.; (of subordinate subject into prin.
cipal object) animi natura n. I 23; (of
principal verb into relative clause)
quemadmodum asseverant n. II 94; (of
subordinate to person of principal v.)
ut poetae cum potestis fugitis i 53; see

under Sequence.
Attus Navius 11 9, III 14.
auctor i 10, lucem auctoris 'an expounder'

I 11.
auctoritas saepe obest, sine ratione valeret

I 10, homo sine auctoritate il 74, auc-
toritates contemnis III 9, auctoritatem

dare III 91.
audio 'to attend' Zenonem 1 59, Democritea

1 73; audiens 'a student' in 77; audia.
mus Platonem 1132, si me audiatis
(“take my advice') II 74, II 168; fando
auditum est I 82, auditum est pantheras
habere remedium II 126; e patre il 11,
14, (followed by cum with subj.) de fami.

liari cum te anteferret i 58.
auditione accipere (=axoy mapadaußavelv) II

95.
auditus 'the ear' 11 144.
aufugiens aspectum 11 111.
augeo joined with alo 11 33, 81, 83, aer terram

auget imbribus II 101, os spiritu augetur

II 132.
augesco. semina oriri et augescere II 26, suis

seminibus quaeque gignuntur augescunt
II 58.

augur 11 10, 11, 12, 1 55, (nostri) 11 55, 160;

(of foreign diviners) 11 7; augurum pre-

catio III 52.
augurales libri 11 11, III 52 n.
augurii disciplina 11 9.
auguro. rerum augurandarum causa 11 160.
auguste sancteque II 62, III 53.
augustus joined with sanctus i 119, 111 79.
aureola oratiuncula III 43.
aureum illud genus II 159, coma III 68, barba

III 83, amiculum III 83, Victoriolas III 84.
Auriga (constellation) II 110.
Auroram salutans I 79 Add.
aurum Tolossanum III 74.
auspicari ‘to take the auspices' 11 11.
auspicia ponere 'to lose the right to take

auspices' II 9, ausp. peremnia, ex acu-

minibus, cum viri vocantur II 9.
aut vero X an vero ii 115.
autem (=8é for yap) 1 121, introducing paren-

thetical remark II 25.
Authority v. Reason. See Religion.
aveo II 1.
averto. per litteras nomen III 73.
Avis (constellation) 11 112.
axis caeli 1 52.
bacae quae ex stirpe funduntur 11 127.
Balbus. Vol. I p. xli and Add.
barba aurea III 83.
barbaria cuncta i 81 Add., (of a particular

country) 11 88, 126.
barbatus Aesculapius III 83, Juppiter I 83,

100.
basis trianguli 11 125.
beatitas or beatitudo i 94, afterwards bea-

tum i 110.
beatus. ii qui beati putantur ('well off")

II 95.
bellica disciplina 11 161.
bellus. quam bellum erat 1 84.
belua (of animals indiscriminately) 1 77, 101,

II 29, 100.
Belus III 42.
bene bonis sit, male malis 111 79, bene plane-

que III 83.
beneficentissimus II 64.
bestiae cicures X ferae II 99, terrenae aqua-

tiles volatiles II 151, terrenae aquatiles

ancipites i 103.
bilis secreta a cibo II 137.
bipes I 95.
bis bina II 49 and Addenda.
blanda conciliatrix 1 77.
blandiloquentia (quotation) 111 65.
Boeotia. * (temple lands tax-free) III 49.
bonasus II 127 n.
boni dei III 84, bona venia I 59 Add.
bonitas erga homines (goodness) II 60, III 84;

(honesty) 111 75.
Bootes II 109, 110.
Botany. use of root and bark, movements

of climbing plants, antipathies in the
vegetable kingdom ir 120, propagation by
seed II 127, the vital principle of plants
is natura in the narrower sense II 33 n.,

their vyeuovikov resides in the root 11 29.
Brachylogy: (objective for subjective state-

ment) idcirco consuluit for idcirco con-
suluisse dicitur III 70, cur di homines
neglegant 111 79, incredibile est (for vide-
bitur) si attenderis II 149, prosperae om-
nes res, siquidem satis dictum est 11 167;
(in comparisons) ut tragici poetae potes-
tis (for possunt) 1 53, ut cum fruges
appellamus II 60, ut cum Titanis bella
gesserunt II 70; assimilis spongiis mol-
litudo II 136 Add., vita similis deorum
II 153, hominis natura anteit animantes
ib.;. quoniam n. 1 27, de singulis III 93,
dividit-esse II 82, quid censes non tri.
buturas 1 78, 1 82. See censeo, laudo,

nomino, perhibeo.
brassica (8) 11 120.
breviter () 11 65.
Britannia(typical of barbarism)11 88; Britan-

nici aestus III 24.
brumae similitudo in luna II 50.
brumalis orbis III 37.
Brutus vol. I p. xli.
Cabirus III 53 n., 58.
Cadmus III 48.
cado. (“suit') in solem 1 95, in figuram 1 23,

in majestatem II 77, apte ad animum
afficiendum (?) 1 21; (come under') in

cogitationem i 21 n. and Add.
caelestis. volumen I 43, natura II 64; caeles-

tia 'heavenly bodies' II 56, 64.
Caelius Antipater II 8.
caelum (=aether) II 80, 91, 101, 116.
Caelus 11 63, III 44, 53, 55, 56, 59, 62.
Caepio. n. on auri Tolossani 111 74.
caerulei oculi Neptuni 1 83.
caesii oculi Minervae I 83.
Calatinus II 61, 165.
calceoli repandi 1 82.
Calchas 11 7.
Calendar, Julian 11 49 n.
calesco a spiritu II 138.
calficio. ad calficiendum corpus II 151.
callidus. natura qua nihil potest esse calli.

dius II 142, (etymology) III 25, nihil ho-

rum nimis callide (?) 1 70.
calo. nullis calonibus venisse 111 11.
calor. mundi fervor perlucidior est quam hic

noster calor II 30, tectis calores pellamus

II 151.
calumnia Academicorum II 20.
Camirus III 54.
Campus ‘hustings' III 69.
Cancer Ii 110.
candens. hoc sublime candens (quotation)

II 4 Add., 65, III 10, 40.
candida vox 146 n.
candor solis II 40.
Canicula (Sirius) 111 26.
canis (deified) 111 47; (Sirius) 11 114; similis

lupo 1 97 Add.
Cannae 111 80.
canora vox X fusca II 146.
cantheriis venisse (ironical, of the Dioscuri)

III 11.
cantum et auditum II 89, vocis tibiarum

nervorumque cantibus II 146.
capeduncula 111 43.
capesso medium locum ii 115, pastum 11 121,

cibum II 122.
capio tabernaculum 11 11, cognitionem 11 140.
capito ("big-headed') 1 80.
Capitolium. meetings of tribes there I 106,

temples on 11 61.
capra fera II 126; (constellation) 11 110.
Capricornus II 112.
Carbo I 64.
cardo (the pole) 11 105.
careo. quae sunt his carentia II 21, nullius

sensu carentis II 22.
caritas inter bonos i 122.
Carneades I 4, 11, 11 162; quoted III 29, 44,

vol. I p. xxviii, in p. Ix.
carpo. animum ex quo nostri animi carpe-

rentur 1 27; alia carpunt alia vorant alia
mandunt 11 122.

carum est verbum amoris i 122.
Cassiepia II 111.
Castor and Pollux (appearances of) 11 6, III

11--13, their mortality proved from Ho-

mer III 11; III 53.
castus. cultus castissimus II 71. caste 1 3.
casus. dubitant de mundo casune sit effectus

aut necessitate an ratione 11 88; conver-
sis casibus (by a change of inflexions')

II 64.
Cato the censor, his saying about the haru.

spices I 71 n., specially favoured by

heaven II 165, tum princeps III 11.
Catulus the elder, his epigram on Roscius I

79, an example of undeserved misfortune
III 80. The younger a colleague of Cotta's

in the pontificate 1 79.
caulis. a caulibus refugere vites II 120.
cavea (the cage in which the sacred chickens

were kept) 11 7.
cavillor. in eo cavillatus est grave esse ami-

culum III 83.
cedo mihi deorum liniamenta 1 75, cedo se-

nem (quotation) 111 73.
celo. tu me celas I 74.
censeo. quid censes (with abbreviated ques-

tion) 1 78, 82.
censoria lex (respecting the farming of the

taxes) III 49.
Centaurus 11 51, 70, see Hippocentaurus;

(constellation) 11 114.
Cepheus (constellation) 11 111.
cera. in ceris diceretur (?) i 71; (stock ex-

ample of a Moimois) III 30.
Cerberus III 43.
Cercops, author of the Orphic poems accord-

ing to Aristotle i 107.
Ceres (personification of earth) 1 40, II 67, III

52, 62; (=corn) II 60, III 41.
certus. quid certi habeo i 6, 14; mundum

pro certo rotundum dicitis u 48; certis
verbis II 10; certiora quam quae ad Sa-

gram III 13.
cervae se purgant 11 127 Add.
cervices natae ad jugum 11 159.
cessant pueri i 102, di 11 59, III 93.
cessatione nihil melius I 102 Add.
cetera (without preceding et) pulmones jecur

cetera i 92, 111 45; (with que) qui discor-

diam qui cupiditatem ceteraque 1 28.
ceteroqui (?) 1 60.
Ceus, Chius or Cius i 118.
Charon III 43.
Chelae (constellation) 11 114.
Chimaera (example of non-ens) i 108, 11 5.
chirographum 111 74.
Xpovos II 64.
Chrysippus 1 39, quoted 11 16, 37, 63, 160, III

18,25,63, nicknamed Chrysippa by Epicu-

reans 1 93; see vol. 1 p. XXX.
cibus. animalis ‘aerial nutriment' II 136;

(used of the exhalations which feed the
heavenly bodies) III 37; cibo quo utare

(predicative Dat.) 11 43 Add.
Cicero. Vol. I p. xxxv foll., claims to have

been always a student of philosophy 15,
impelled to write by his present enforced
leisure and to divert his mind from grief
at the loss of his daughter 7-9, defends
his choice of the Academy, reference to
his Academica 10-12; his poetry, ad.
mired by contemporaries and copied by
Lucretius, special features of it II 104 n.
Biographical details (put in the mouth of
Cotta): residence at Athens 1 79, there
heard the Epicureans Zeno and Phaedrus
I 59, 93, saw shrine of Hecate in Greece

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