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Boethius, Consolatio Philosophiae, Book Two , Prosa 7: (search)
s ). The first quantum is accusative; the second is adverbial. quodam: here, "as it were, so to speak." artata: < arto , "compress." habitaculi: "dwelling-place." saeptum: used of any small penned-in area. insolentia: "un-accustomedness, infrequency." non modo: for non modo non . urbium: sc. fama . M. Tulli: Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 - 43 B.C.), the orator. quodam loco: Cicero, De Republica 6.22, recounting the famous dream of Scipio ( Somnium Scipionis ) on which Macrobius wrote a commentary in the fifth century. B.'s father-in-law Symmachus had arranged for the Macrobius work to be copied under his aegis. Caucasus: Cicero and B. seem to have used this name for different mountains: Cicero the Himalayas, B. the modern Caucasus between the Black and Caspian Seas.