[*] 393. Verbs of naming, choosing, appointing, making, esteeming, showing, and the like, may take a Predicate Accusative along with the direct object:—
- “ō Spartace, quem enim tē potius appellem ” (Phil. 13.22) , O Spartacus, for what else shall I call you (than Spartacus)?
- Cicerōnem cōnsulem creāre, to elect Cicero consul.
- “mē augurem nōmināvērunt ” (Phil. 2.4) , they nominated me for augur.
- “cum grātiās ageret quod sē cōnsulem fēcisset ” (De Or. 2.268) , when he thanked him because he had made him consul (supported his candidacy).
- “ hominem prae sē nēminem putāvit ” (Rosc. Am. 135) , he thought nobody a man in comparison with himself.
- “ ducem sē praebuit ” (Vat. 33) , he offered himself as a leader.