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34. Quamobrem placŭit či, ut mitteret

Wherefore it pleased to him, that he should send legatos

ad Ariovistum, qui postularent ab ambassadors to Ariovistus, who should demand from eo,

deligěret aliquem locum medium him, he should choose

place middle utriusque colloquio;

velle agěre of each

for a conference ; himself to will to act (treat) cum čo de Republicâ et summis rebus with him about the Republic and the highest affairs utriusque.” Ariovistus respondit şi legationi : "Si of each." Ariovistus answered to that embassy :

If esset (imp. subj.) opus ipsi à any (thing) was

needful to himself from Cæsăre, fuisse venturum

ad eum ; Cæsar, himself to have been about-to-come to si ille vělit (pres. subj.) quid

se, he wills

any (thing) from

himself, oportere illum venire ad

se : præterea, to behove him to come to himself : besides, himself něque audere

venire sine exercitu in neither to dare to come without an army

into those partes Galliæ,


Cæsar possideret (imp. subj.); parts of Gaul, which Cesar něque posse contrahěre exercitum in

unum to be able to draw-together an army

into locum sine

magno commeatu atque molimento : place without great provision and trouble : autem videri mirum sībi, quid negotii

but to seem wonderful to himself, what of business esset aut Cæsări

omnino Romano might be either to Cæsar

at-all to the Roman popúlo, in sủâ Galliâ, quam

vicisset (pl. perf. people, in his Gaul, which he had conquered subj.) bello.



did possess ;



aut or

} Rev. H. Adler, Ph.D., Jews' College, London.



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