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[10-14] catena etc., c. 31, 12.

ulli

cuiusq., c. 36, 4; 34, 35, 9.

digressi ex c., sonst sagt L. a, 39, 35, 1: a Philippi colloquio digressi.

et Aetol., c. 37, 4: legatique. ... in eo ... ut, 30, 19, 3; 8, 14, 2; 33, 41, 9, vgl. cum eo, ut; 30, 10, 21; 36, 5, 3; ab eo, 25, 6, 11 u. ä.

opprimer., das Object ist aus dem folg. urbis zu entnehmen.

iust. b. wie c. 4, 7: iusto proelio, anders c. 33, 3.

mari, s. 31.23.

Euthym.

et ipse, 36.18.2 u. a., et ipse geht nur auf den Begriff der Entfernung.

specul. p., c. 26, 9.

quid m., was der Grund des Verzuges sie.

sciret, c. 19, 4; 27, 35, 4.

unde ven., 24.20.3 u. oft. [p. 64]


Versuch de Römer Demetrias zu gewinnen.

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