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We have heard that Epaminon- Audio Epaminondas das was modest, prudent, skilled sum modestus, prudens,
in war, merciful and patient. peritus bellum gen., cle* . - • mens, patiensque. Dost thou know that Isocrates Scio-ne Isocrătes ven
sold an oration for twenty talents? do* unus oratio viginti ta- lentum abl. ? Iam glad that thou wilt return. Gaudeo tu redeo. I am glad that thou hast re- Gaudeo tu redeo. turned. - -
I wonder that your brother Miror tuus frater non does not write; I cannot believe scribo*; non possum crethat he is well. - do* is valeo*.
Artaxerxes, the Persian king, , Artaxerxes, rex Persi
•f ) .
Alexander ordered the tomb of Cyrus to be opened; he believed (plupf.) [it] to be filled with gold and silver. Love commanded me to write. ' Authors say that, Helen was the cause of the Trojan war.. I believe the king loves peace. I have heard that necessity is the mother of the arts. We know that the sum and moon afford light. , They believe themselves to be neglected. , Horace (Horatius) says anger (acc.) is a short madness.
These words, whose, wherein, whereby, whereof, wherewith,
are the same as of whom, in which, by which, of which, with which, &c. ; as, He whose name we love, ille cujus nomen amámus ; those whose names we despise, ii quorum nomina contemnimus, &c. And if a preposition comes at the end of a clause, and seems to have no case after it, it belongs to the foregoing relative; as, The man whom I relied upon (that is, upon whom), ille in quo confidébam.
MODEL. , '
He sends Commius, whom Commium, quem ipse
he himself made king there, whose valour and counsel he approved, and whom he thought
regem ibi constituêrat, cujus et virtútem et consilium probábat, et quem