Livy's History of Rome, book 22, with Engl. notes and tr., by a graduate

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1862
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30. lappuse - ... cent, cives estis. Sed ante, quàm opprimit lux, majora" que hostium agmina obsepiunt iter, per hos, qui inordinati " atque incompositi obstrepunt portis, erumpamus. Ferro " atque audacia via fit, quamvis per confertos hostes : cuneo «"quidem hoc laxum atque solutum agmen, ut si nihil obstet, "transibimus. Itaque ite mecum, qui et vosmetipsos et "rempublicam salvam vultis.
5. lappuse - Sine timidum pro cauto, tardum pro considerato, imbellem pro perito belli vocent : malo te sapiens hostis metuat quam stulti cives laudent. Omnia audentem con21 temnet Hannibal, nihil temere agentem metuet.
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