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coniectura, ix. 51.
contingit, x. 43.
contra, adverb, x. 21.
corpora (“grains '), v. 48.
Cyaneae, x. 34.
Cyclades, xi. 8.
Cyzicus, x. 29.

jii. 9.

Dardanelles, x, 34.
Dardania, X. 25.
dative of agent, v. 29; vii. 32.
death by drowning, p. 104.
debitor, use of, v. 10.
decumanus fluctus, ii. 50.
deduco, i. 39.
deification of the emperor, see

Augustus.
deliciae, ii. 80.
deminutio capitis, p. 105.
di bene, ii. 41.

- faciant, i. 58.

-facerent, i. 58.
dico (=cano), ii. 103.
Dioscuri

, worship of, at Samo-
thrace, X. 45.
doctus, v. 57.
donec, ix. 5.
doves, p. 108.
duco, of verse, xi. 18.

(' I suck'), viii. 43.
dum, with perf. indic., viii. 23.
with perf. indic. and imperf. in-

dic. in corresponding clause,

Fabius Maximus, p. xxxvi; p. 68.
facio, construction, i. 58.

- (I suit'), x. 44.
famē, vi. 9.
fas, ii. 96.
fatum, p. 104.
fero, of fate, iii. 101.

( I say '), i. 36.
fibrae, ix. 49.
Flaccus, p. xxxix.
focus (=ara), iii. 43.
forsitan with subj., i. 69.
funus, iii, 22, 89; vii. 38.
Gallio, p. xlvii.
genitive of gerund and gerundive,
Graecinus, p. xxxix.
h, sound weak, i. 16.
Haemonia, x. 30.
hederae, vii. 2.
Helle, X. 15.
hic, ix. 12.
hic ... ille, ii. 24.
hirtus, iii. 90.
Homer imitated, v. 53, 67.
horti, xi. 37
Hyades, xi. 16.
hypallage, iii, 6.
iaceo, viii. 13.
iam tunc, ix. 41.
Ibis, pp. xvi. xxvi; vi. 13.
Icarus, i. 90.
ille ... hic, ii. 24.
ille ... ille, x. 50.
illi, adverb, i. 17.
imago, vii. 1.
improbus, xi. 41.
in (' in respect of '), ii. 17.

in the case of), v. 39; ix. 24.
(' in the number of'), iii. 68.
increpo, transitive, iv. 24.
incustoditus, vi. II.
indicative, with quod, i. 3.
for subj., denoting possibility,

etc, viii. 17.

ix. 17.

ellipsis, ii. 41; viii. 29, 33.
eloquium, ix, 46.
epithets, two with one subst., xi. 3.
Erymanthis, iv. I.
et, position, x. 2.

- (= quamvis), ix. 35.
Euryalus, v, 23.
Euxinus, etymology, x. 41.
evinco, x. 33.
excutio, i. 78.
exilis, ii. 86.

indicative, pluperfect, i. 80.
infinitive, after do, i. 34.
- perfect for present, v. 4.

poetic use, 132.
inoffensus, ix, 1.
insigne of ship, x. I.
nvideo, i. 1.
invidiosus, ii. 67.
Ionian sea, iv. 3.
ipse, vii. 16, 37.

Mettus Suffetius, iii. 73.
Milesian colonies on the Euxine,

X. 41.
Minerva bellatrix, v. 76.

- flava, x. I.

Naso, vii. 10.
navis, v. 17.
Neritius, v. 57.
Nisus, v. 23.
numen, ii. 8.
numeri, viii. 47.
numquam, viii. 23.

laevus, ii. 83; iv. 19; xi. 31.
Lampsacus, x. 27.
Laodamia, vi. 20.
Lares, iii. 43.
lectulus, xi. 38.
libellus, vii. 33.
Lucretius, reminiscence of, viii. 11,

42 ; ix. 13.
ludo, of love poetry, ix. 61.

Oedipus, i. 113.
omens, iii. 55 ; ix. 49.
omission of substantive verb, i.17.
Ophrynium, p. 91.
order of words, ii. 109 ; iii. 16.
Orestes, v, 21.
Ovid, life, p. xi ff. ; his daughter,

p. xvii ; his third wife, pp. xvi,
68; vi. 15; her daughter, p.
xvii; cause of his banishment,
p. xlix ff.; his voyage to Tomi,
pp. xix, 90; his defence of his
life, ix. 59; his works, p. xxiii
ff.; his treatment of legends,
ix. 27. STYLE — p. liv ff.
coining of words, p. 106;
conceits, ii. 50; repetitions
(mannerism), viii. 4; use of
strings of illustrations, viii. 1;
variety of expression, p. 104

(ii. 23).
oxymoron, iii. 89; iv. 4.

Macaulay, his criticism, p. lv.
Macer, Aemilius, p. xv.
Macer, Pompeius, p.

xlv.
Madvig, v. 1, 4, 23.
Maeonides, i. 47.
magis (=potius), ii. 89.
marriage, legislation to promote,
media plebs, i. 88.
Meleager, vii. 18.
Messalla, house of,
- pedigree, p. xxxiii.
M. Valerius Messalla Corvinus,

p. XXX.
M. Valerius Corvinus, Messal-

linus, p. xxxi.
- M. Aurelius Cotta Messallinus,

p. xxxiii.
meta, ix. I.
Metamorphoses, i. 117; p. 72;
metaphor, i. 39; iii. 13, 18, 88 ;

iv. 13, 16; v. 3, 17; vii. 19,
29, 30; ix, 1, 41, 48; xi. 18:

P. 106.

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Palatine hill, i. 69.
Parrhasis, iii. 48.
passi capilli, i. 12.
passive in middle sense, iii. 47.
Patroclus, ix. 29.
Penates, iii. 43.
Penelope, vi. 22.
penetrale, i. 105.
perago reum, i. 24.

vii. 13, 19.

I

Samos ( =Same), v. 67.
Samothrace, x. 45.
sarcina, iii. 84.
Severus, p. xlvii.
sic ... ut, ix. 62.
simile, vi. II ; ix. 13:

compressed, iii. 73.
si quis, vii. 1.
sodales, iii. 65.
sparsi capilli, i. 12.
Sterope, xi. 14.
sto, ix. 17.
sub, ii. 109; iii. 19.
subjunctive, consecutive (restric-

tive), i. 88; iii. 102.
– hypothetical, iii. 21; vi. 29;

viii. 45.

- jussive (interrogative), il. 31.
- optative, i. 58 ; ix. 3.

of attendant circumstance, ii.

95; iii. 26.

pereo, iv, 28.
Perilla, pp. xvii, xxix.
person, change of, vii. 40.
petīt (perfect), x. 25.
Philetas, vi, 3.
Phoceus, v. 21.
pius, ii. 96.
play upon words,i. 16; ii. 86 ()
Pleiades, xi. 14, 16.
plural (poetic), ii. 39.
poetical inconsistency, i. 88, 115,
Pompeius, Sextus, pp. xxxviii, xl.
preposition, anastrophe of, vi. 29;

ix. II.
princeps, i. 33; vi. 23.
prior (=s.cundus), vi. 19.
prosody :-
long final vowels shortened,

e, i, 25.

0, p. 104; ii. 69, 77 ; vii. 10.
quadrisyllabic ending of penta-

meter, X. 34.
synizesis, iii. 92.

valě impossible in Ovid viii. 21.
Protesilaus, vi, 20.
proverbial expressions, iii. 35 ;

viii. I.
provincial governors, accom-

panied by their wives, iii. 19.
Pylades, v. 21.
quamlibet, ix. 24:
quamvis, with indic., i. 25; ii. 11.

with subj., v. 50.
- adverbial, ix. 39.
qui, v. 41.
quid (“ how small'), viii. 17.
rapidus, use, vii. 20.
relative, restrictive, vii. 8.
respicio, viii. 13.
rings, vii. 1. 7.
Rufinus, p. xlvii.
Rufus, p. xvi.

with priusquam, v. 13.

with quod, i. 20; ii. 84.
subscribo, ii. 3.
Symplegades, x. 34.

tamen, i. 96.
Telegonus, i. 113.
Telephus, i. 100.
Tempyra, p. 92.
texta, iv. 9.
textual criticism :-

gloss, ii. 78.
MSS. of Tristia, p. 1x ff.

elegies wrongly divided

in, p. 82.
lines transposed in, vi. 29.
reading of, wrong, viii. 21;

p. 109.
reading of, perhaps right,

ii. 81.
Theseus and Pirithous, iii. 66.
thing for person, v. 36.
titulus, i. 53.
tmesis, x. 22.
Tomi, pp. xix; v. 61. x. 41.

Salanus, p. xlvii.

Trojan race, founders of, x. 25
Turnus, ii. 5.
turris, p. 108.
tutela of ship, iv. 8; X. I.
Tuticanus, p. xlviii.,
Tyndaridae, X. 45

vel, viii. 21.
Vergil, reminiscences of, ii. 99;

iii. 25, 93 ; iv. 6; viii. 41, 42;

ix. 49 ; x. 7 ; xi. 23. Cp. p. 109
vesper, ii. 28.
Vestalis, p. xlviii.
ullus, with negatives, v. 1.
Vlysses, i. 113 ; ii.9; v.57; vi. 22
ut in indirect questions, ix. 7.

vaccinium, i. 5.
vale, indeclinable substantive, iii.

57 ; viii. 26.
vastus, i. 85.

Zerynthus, p. 91.

THE END.

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