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John's Dialogus De Oratoribus - P. Cornelius Tacilus, Dialogus de Oratoribus, Erklärt von John Constantin Dr.: Berlin, Weidmannsche Buchhandlung1899. Pp. vii + 164. Price 2 Mark 10 Pf.

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page 68 note 1 See an article entitled ‘La eritica del “dialogo deglioratori” nell' ultimo decennio,’ by Valmaggi L., in the Rivista di Filologia for April, 1899.

page 69 note 1 The references are to Halm's text (Teubner, 1889).

page 70 note 1 Cp. these passages in detail: 36, 4, ‘Nam etsi horum quoque temporum oratores ea consecuti sunt quae composita et quieta, et beata re publica tribui fag erat, tamen ilia perturbatione ac licentia plura sibi adsequi videbantur, &c. 37, 19, ‘Quae mala sicut non accidere melius est isque optimus civitatis status habendus est in quo nib.il tale patimur, ita cum acciderent ingentem eloquentiae materiam subministrabant.’

page 71 note 2 The personality of Maternus may again, it seems to me, be detected in the phrase ‘cum in plerisque iudiciis crederet populus Bomanus sua interesse quid iudicaretur,’ 39, 19.

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