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TO THE INTRODUCTION AND NOTES.

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αποκατάστασις, 8 16 Aristotle, SS 15, 18 Asia propria, § 3 Attalus, King, $ 3 attraction, SS 5, 7, 13 auxerint, § 5

beati, euphemistic, § 5 Boethius quotes Somnium, 9 boni, Who? § 4

absens, $ 3
abstract for concrete, $ 9
adesse animo, § 2
adversi= avtltodes, § 12
aeternus or immortalis, § 19
Africa propria, § 1
Africanus, Maior,

his children, 12
date of his death, § 2

his friendship with Masinissa, § 1 Africanus, Minor,

Censor, 8 3
date of birth, $ 2
death of, § 3
his ambition, $ 4

fond of Greek literature, il
ager publicus, § 3
agnomen, § 3
amfractus, § 4
anceps, § 3
annus mundanus, § 16
annus vertens, $ 16

Carbo, & 3
celebritas, § 12
Cicero, emulous of the Greeks, 9

his practice of citing verses, § 1
not a servile imitator of Plato, il
Academics, § 13
Cato Maior, SS 7, 19
de finibus, § 21
Hortensius, § 21
Laelius, § 15
letters, 9

4

Cicero, de Natura Deorum, SS 7, Ennius, Annals of, $ 2
9, 16

a believer in Pythagorean doc-
de Officiis, $ 8

trines, § 2
de Re Publica, § 2 I

his dream about Homer, § 2
supposed to be lost, 10 ens, participle, omission of, § 1
cited by Lactantius, &c., 9 Epictetus, $ 18
date of, 9

Er, episode of, 10
Tusculan disputations, SS 18, exponere, $ 18
19

exustiones = εκπυρώσεις, 8 15
cinguli=fwval, $ 13
circulos, $ 7

fatalis sụmma, §
citro, & I

fatorum via, § 4
civitas, definition of, $ 5
clarus, deriv. of, $ 3

galaxy, see Milky way
Cleanthes, SS 15, 21

general meaning, words of, how
climactericus annus, $ 4

limited ? § 20
cognomen, hereditary? $ 3

genitive possessive, § 9
conjunctive, causal, & 2

Gracchi, connected with Scipio, $ 4
of limit, $ 5

reforms of, $ 3
constituas, § 4
contrarius atque, & 9

habeto, & 5
cu for qu, 6

harmony of the spheres, $S 10, II

hypallage, $ 10
dative, after Tribunus, § 1
ethical, $ 9

i and j, 6
of agent, § 1

i not ii, in genitive singular, 6
de via, § 2

illustris, § 3
deinceps, $ 15

imaginum ius, § 2
descriptio or discriptio, § 16 immo, $ 6
disiunctus, $ 10

impius, § 4

impulsus=Kévtpov, § 21
earth, centre of planetary system, in parentibus, $ 8

inanimus not inanimatus, § 20
Egyptians, planetary system of, incitari, § 10

ink, ancient, 10
ellipse, of dicam, & 4

intervallis, § 10
of pertinet, § 13

itaque, § 1
eluviones = kataklvojol, § 15 Iupiter, $ 9

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Laelius, § 4

palimpsest, explanation of, 10
not opposed to reform, $ 3 παλιγγενεσία, 8 16
attributed death of Africanus to participle, contingent use of, § 19
natural causes, 3

parumper, § 4
Latini, § 3

Paulus, L. Ae., $ 6
lustret, § 9

conqueror of Perseus, $ 6
lyre, correct form of, § 10

his sons adopted into other

houses, $ 6
Macrobius, commentary on Som- per me and a me, $ 3
nium, SS 7, &c.

perennis, $ 17
explanation of Virgil, § 13 pietas, § 8
macrocosm, S 18

Plato, planetary system of, § 9
Mai, Cardinal, 10

Alcibiades, S 18
Manilius, § 1

Apology, $ 7
manus=vis, $ 4

Axiochus, $ 18
Marius, ist campaign of, § 3

Leges, $ 19
Mars, Greek name of planet, $ 9 Phaedo, SS 7, 21
Masinissa, § 1

Phaedrus, $ 19
Milky way, SS 3, 8

Republic, $ 9
Milton quoted, $$ 9,

Io, 16,

Sympos., § 21
21

Timaeus, § 16
movendi=motus, $ 19

populariter, § 16

Proclus and Porphyry, § 6
nam in parenthesis, $ 9

Pythagoreans, § 10
neque-et, § 20

purgatory of, § 21
Nile, cataracts of, & II
nodus, § 10

qu or cu, 6
non modo, § 15

quanti = quantuli, $ 7
Numantia, § 3

quasi, use of, § 13
numerus plenus, & 4

quin, 8 6
numquam ne-quidem, $ 19

reditus solis, &

4
obeuntis=occidentis, § 14

Romulus, death of, § 15
obliqui=άντοικοι, 8 12
obsurdesco, derivation of, § 11 Scaevola, Augur, §
offendes, $ 3

Scipio, see Africanus
omnia= το παν, 8 9

Seneca, § 14
orbes, $ 7

seven, number, § 4

4

Stoics, SS 5, 15, 16 supine, § 2 syllepsis, 1

nu

templum, § 7 tmesis, § 14 transversi=meplockol, $ 12 tribunus militum, § 3

Shakspere quoteà, § 11
Shelley quoted, § 16
sidus and stella, § 17
Socii, § 3
Somnium Scipionis, MSS,

merous, 10
its relation to Plato's Repub-

lic, II poetic colouring of Somnium,

§ 1 purpose of, 11 Sophocles, 8 9 sorites, § 19 soul, conceived as a harmony, § 10

immortality of, SS 19–25
imprisoned in the body, § 6
of the universe, § 18

u and v, 6 uertex=rólos, § 13 uester and uos, $ 6 uideant ipsi, $ 17 Villia lex, S 3 uis=copia, § 6 uixerunt, § 8 ultro, $ 8

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