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Euripides, Heracleidae (ed. David Kovacs), line 1018 (search)
es both the proposal Alcmene made in 1022-4 and the hero's tomb for Eurystheus on which his benefactions to Athens depend. Moreover, Alcmene's next words are a justification for killing, not for leaving to the dogs. Some editors put a lacuna after 1052. Had Alcmene suggested leaving Eurystheus unburied, of course, someone would have had to reply to her, if only to prevent the loss of the benefits to Athens of the hero's tomb. But 1053 joins nicely on to 1052, and there is no indication of incomps to Athens depend. Moreover, Alcmene's next words are a justification for killing, not for leaving to the dogs. Some editors put a lacuna after 1052. Had Alcmene suggested leaving Eurystheus unburied, of course, someone would have had to reply to her, if only to prevent the loss of the benefits to Athens of the hero's tomb. But 1053 joins nicely on to 1052, and there is no indication of incompleteness in syntax. For you must not hope that you will live to exile me yet again from my native land.
Plato, Republic, Book 7, section 525e (search)
that experts in this study, if anyone attempts to cut up the ‘one’ in argument, laugh at him and refuse to allow it; but if you mince it up,Cf. Meno 79 CKATAKERMATI/ZH|S, Aristot.Met. 1041 a 19A)DIAI/RETON PRO\S AU(TO\ E(/KASTON: TOU=TO D' H)=N TO\ E(NI\ EI)=NAI, Met. 1052 b a ff., 15 ff. and 1053 a 1TH\N GA\R MONA/DA TIQE/ASI PA/NTH| A)DIAI/RETON. KERMATI/ZEIN is also the word used of breaking money into small change. they multiply, always on guard lest the one should appear to be not one but a multiplicity of parts.Numbers are the aptest illustration of the principle of the Philebus and the Parmenides that thought has to postulate unities which sensation (sense perception) and also
the war had ended — are not included in the enrollment, as they formed no part of the body under consideration in the matter of percentage of loss. Their number had already entered into the calculation of the regiments in which they had previously served. A careful examination of the rolls of the First Maine Heavy Artillery, name by name, shows that 2202 men only were enrolled prior to the surrender at Appomattox. A similar case is found in the Fifty-seventh Massachusetts, which carried 1052 names, officers and enlisted men, on its rolls up to the close of the war. On the 9th of August, 1865--four months after the fighting had ceased — its rolls were increased by a transfer of the Fifty-ninth Massachusetts, which was consolidated with it. The names thus added were not included in the enrollment under consideration. In the following table will be found every regiment in which the loss in killed and died of wounds exceeded tell per cent. of the total enrollment: Regimental p
d the influx and efflux. Diodorus Siculus also describes the canal. His measurements differ from the modern ones. Herodotus states that the Lake Moeris was excavated 1385 B. C., and was 450 miles in circumference. It was probably a natural basin artificially adapted as a reservoir to be filled during high Nile. Nebuchadnezzar constructed a canal 400 or 500 miles long, running from Hit, the Is of Herodotus, to the Bay of Graine, on the Persian Gulf. It is referred to by Strabo (xvi. 1052). It has been traced by Colonel Rawlinson from Hit almost to the Bay of Graine. Herodotus and Pliny mention the canals of Asia Minor. The first constructed in Europe was probably that dug by Xerxes across the low Isthmus of Athos. The Greeks attempted to cut one across the Isthmus of Corinth. Among the early European canals may be mentioned the canal through the Pontine Marshes, made 162 B. C.; and the Fossa Phillistina and Carbonania, dug by the Etruscans, and which derived their wat
Capt. Calvin D. Cowles , 23d U. S. Infantry, Major George B. Davis , U. S. Army, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph W. Kirkley, The Official Military Atlas of the Civil War, Index. (search)
ville Campaign 25 i, 517, 629, 648, 649, 653, 673, 683, 697, 699, 767 Fredericksburg 21, 1127, 1129; 51 i, 1033 Gettysburg Campaign 27 II, 686, 711 Kelly's Ford 25 i, 51 Kernstown 12 i, 362-365 Kilpatrick's Expedition 33, 215 Leed's Ferry 21, 26 McDowell 12 i, 474, 475 Mathews County 29 i, 1017 Mine Run Campaign 29 i, 19; 29 II, 496, 522, 932, 933 Morton's Ford 33, 117 Northern Virginia Campaign 12 i, 177-179, 260; 12 II (Sup.), 1052; 12 III, 959, 960 Rapidan to the James 36 i, 546-548, 754-756; 36 II, 408, 411, 419, 458, 491, 497, 706, 717 726; 36 III, 60, 89, 126, 188, 190-192, 224, 845 Rappahannock River 29 i, 557, 614, 615 Richmond Campaign, 1864-1865 40 i, 559-563, 631-633; 40 II, 7, 315, 571; 42 i, 190, 229, 233, 433, 435, 436, 448, 449, 513, 670, 841; 42 II, 372, 1049; 42 III, 319, 1221; 46 i, 262; 46 II, 1169 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad 29 i, 947 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, Va.:
ntioned also in Col. J. M. Hall's report. (955-957) Report of Col. M. F. Bonham, commanding regiment. (959, 960, 961, 976) Mentioned in reports of Colonel Lightfoot, Sixth Alabama, of Colonel Pickens, Twelfth Alabama, and of Gen. A. H. Colquitt. (1052) Confederate roll of honor, battle of Chancellorsville, Third regiment of infantry of Alabama: Sergt. Walter Ransom, Company C; Sergt. George H. Ellison, Company E; Corp. H. H. Hardy, Company G; Private C. D. Rouse, Company H; Corp. W. H. Powers, Captain Renfro, while bravely leading the advance and calling on the men to follow, fell, mortally wounded. Being senior officer, I now assumed command of the regiment. (965,966) Mentioned in reports of Colonel Garvin and Lieut. M. J. Taylor. (1052, 1053) Roll of honor of the Fifth regiment, battle of Chancellorsville: Capt. W. T. Renfro, Company B; Private John Summers, Company B; Private F. M. Burnett, Company C; Sergt. John H. Cowan, Company D; Private L. H. Thornton, Company E; Private W<
22. Maria M., of Medford, m. Abram D. Tasker, 13 Sept. 1840. John, Jr., m. Mary C. Barker, of Boston, 28 Jan. 1841. Woolson, Sarah, m. Stephen Robbins, both of Lexington, 11 July, 1754. Sybil—called Wilson—m. Thad. Bowman, 1753—see Wilson. Wootton, John, s. of John and Rebecca, d. 7 July, 1739, a.— (g. s.). Wright, widow Ann, d. 22 Feb. 1772, a. 80. Elizabeth, of Woburn, m. John Symmes, Jr., of Medford, 31 Oct. 1780—fee $100. Chandler, d. 27 Oct. 1824, a. 55. See Wyman's Chas., 1052. Wybert, Thomas, of Boston, m. Mary Pierpont, of Camb., 27 Jan. 1776. Wyer, Lydia, w. of Eleazer, late of Charlestown, was adm. Pet, ch. 6 Oct. 1776, and Anne, dau. of Eleazer, of Charlestown, was bap. here same time. See Wyman, 1055, No. 18. Anna, dau. of David—late of Charlestown—was bap. here 11 Aug. 1776. See Wyman, 1056. [Charlestown was burnt by the British 17 June, 1775.] 2. Doct. Edward, d. 19 Sept. 1788, a. 37 [gravestone in enclosure of family of Rev. Samuel Cook