By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg
even though designed specially for these drawing close Roma Aeterna at an sped up velocity, this quantity could be necessary to a person looking an particular 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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10–15): Palātium prīmum mūnītum est, sed ea moenia quadrāta, quibus Rōmulus, prīmus rēx Rōmānōrum, Palātium mūnīvisse dīcitur iam prīdem periērunt, neque ūlla casa restat ex illā urbe antīquissimā, quae ā fōrmā moenium ‘Rōma quadrāta’ appellābātur, praeter ‘casam Rōmulī’ strāmentō tēctam. What might seem daunting at first becomes simpler with rereading and compartmentalizing. ) • relative pronouns/relative clauses • prepositional phrases • words/phrases in apposition Looking at endings and markers will help you determine the relationship of words to each other and the structure of the sentence.
8. The present tense with antequam/priusquam is rare. XXXVII: TRICESIMVM SEPTIMVM: TROIA CAPTA (Vergil) 15 Cum avis volat, ālae moventur. 15) Cum syllabae iunguntur, vocābula fīunt. 29) Cum vocābula coniunguntur, sententiae fīunt. ): Quī nūper Athēnās vēnerat neque ibi fuerat cum urbs ā rēge Mīnōe expugnāta est. 52–53) Aedēs Concordiae antīqua eō tempore aedificāta esse dīcitur cum post longam discordiam quae populum Rōmānum dīvīserat in duās factiōnēs. XXIX): Semper gaudeō cum dē līberīs meīs cōgitō.
83–85) 5. In this last example, the verb in the indirect command (perderet) is in secondary sequence, even though suādent is in the present. The main verb (haerēbat) is past, and the sequence follows the main verb (instead of the subordinate dum clause). XXXI. There it was used with the future perfect indicative: Profectō eum verberābō atque omnibus modīs cruciābō, sī eum invēnerō priusquam Italiam relīquerit. 63–65) Neque enim mihi fās est rēs sacrās tangere priusquam manūs caede cruentās flūmine vīvō lāverō.