Stories from Aulus Gellius Being Selections And Adaptations From The Noctes Atticae
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Stories from Aulus Gellius Being Selections And Adaptations From The Noctes Atticae

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  • STORIES FROM
  • AULUS GELLIUS,
  • BEING SELECTIONS AND ADAPTATIONS FROM THE
  • NOCTES ATTICAE,
    • EDITED WITH NOTES EXERCISES AND VOCABULARIES FOR THE USE OF LOWER FORMS
    • REV. G. H. NALL, M.A.,
    • ASSISTANT MASTER AT WESTMINSTER SCHOOL.
      • London:
      • MACMILLAN AND CO.,
      • AND NEW YORK.
      • 1888.
      • PREFACE.
      • CONTENTS.
      • I AULUS GELLIUS.
      • STORIES FROM AULUS GELLIUS.
        • I. Vergil and His Poems.
        • II. Menander and Philemon.
        • III. The Palm Tree.
        • IV. Socrates and His Wife.
        • V. The Self-Discipline of Socrates.
        • VI. Alexander and Bucephalas.
        • VII. Alcibiades and the Pipes.
        • VIII. Fabricius and the Samnite Gold.
        • IX. Hannibal’s Jest.
        • X. The Death of Milo.
        • XI. A Hoax:—the Story of Papirius Praetextatus.
        • XII. The Result of the Hoax.
        • XIII. Sertorius.
        • XIV. Sertorius and the Doe.
        • XV. Tarquin and the Sibylline Books.
        • XVI. Scipio Africanus Impeached: His Answer.
        • XVII. Scipio Africanus: Another Impeachment.
        • XVIII. Scipio Africanus and the Gods.
        • XIX. Duty and Friendship.
        • XX. Avoid Obsolete Language.
        • XXI. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Challenge.
        • XXII. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Battle.
        • XXIII. Valerius Corvinus:—The Origin Of His Name.
        • XXIV. Aesop.
        • XXV. A Fable of Aesop:—The Lark and the Reapers.
        • XXVI. The Lark and the Reapers (Continued).
        • XXVII. Pyrrus and Fabricius.
        • XXVIII. Androclus and the Lion: Scene in the Circus.
        • XXIX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story.
        • XXX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story (continued).
        • XXXI. The Actor Polus.
        • XXXII. A Greek Orator is bribed, and glories in his Shame.
        • XXXIII. Cicero.
        • XXXIV. Fires at Rome:—a Remedy.
        • XXXV. Arion and the Dolphin. 1. The Robbery.
        • XXXVI. Arion and the Dolphin. 2. The Rescue.
        • XXXVII. The Thracian Husbandman.
        • XXXVIII. Mitridates.
        • XXXIX. The Philosopher and His Pupil.
        • XL. Roman Respect for an Oath; The Story of the Ten Captives.
      • I. Vergil and His Poems.
      • II. Menander and Philemon.
      • III. The Palm Tree.
      • IV. Socrates and His Wife.
      • V. The Self-Discipline of Socrates.
      • VI. Alexander and Bucephalas.
      • VII. Alcibiades and the Pipes.
      • VIII. Fabricius and the Samnite Gold.
      • IX. Hannibal’s Jest.
      • X. The Death of Milo.
      • XI. A Hoax:—the Story of Papirius Praetextatus.
      • XII. The Result of the Hoax.
      • XIII. Sertorius.
      • XIV. Sertorius and the Doe.
      • XV. Tarquin and the Sibylline Books.
      • XVI. Scipio Africanus Impeached: His Answer.
      • XVII. Scipio Africanus: Another Impeachment.
      • XVIII. Scipio Africanus and the Gods.
      • XIX. Duty and Friendship.
      • XX. Avoid Obsolete Language.
      • XXI. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Challenge.
      • XXII. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Battle.
      • XXIII. Valerius Corvinus:—The Origin Of His Name.
      • XXIV. Aesop.
      • XXV. A Fable of Aesop:—The Lark and the Reapers.
      • XXVI. The Lark and the Reapers (Continued).
      • XXVII. Pyrrus and Fabricius.
      • XXVIII. Androclus and the Lion: Scene in the Circus.
      • XXIX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story.
      • XXX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story (continued).
      • XXXI. The Actor Polus.
      • XXXII. A Greek Orator is bribed, and glories in his Shame.
      • XXXIII. Cicero.
      • XXXIV. Fires at Rome:—a Remedy.
      • XXXV. Arion and the Dolphin. 1. The Robbery.
      • XXXVI. Arion and the Dolphin. 2. The Rescue.
      • XXXVII. The Thracian Husbandman.
      • XXXVIII. Mitridates.
      • XXXIX. The Philosopher and His Pupil.
      • XL. Roman Respect for an Oath; The Story of the Ten Captives.
      • NOTES.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
        • XI.
        • XII.
        • XIII.
        • XIV.
        • XV.
        • XVI.
        • XVII.
        • XVIII.
        • XIX.
        • XX.
        • XXI.
        • XXII.
        • XXIII.
        • XXIV.
        • XXV.
        • XXVI.
        • XXVII.
        • XXVIII.
        • XXIX.
        • XXX.
        • XXXI.
        • XXXII.
        • XXXIII.
        • XXXIV.
        • XXXV.
        • XXXVI.
        • XXXVII.
        • XXXVIII.
        • XXXIX.
        • XL.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • XIII.
      • XIV.
      • XV.
      • XVI.
      • XVII.
      • XVIII.
      • XIX.
      • XX.
      • XXI.
      • XXII.
      • XXIII.
      • XXIV.
      • XXV.
      • XXVI.
      • XXVII.
      • XXVIII.
      • XXIX.
      • XXX.
      • XXXI.
      • XXXII.
      • XXXIII.
      • XXXIV.
      • XXXV.
      • XXXVI.
      • XXXVII.
      • XXXVIII.
      • XXXIX.
      • XL.
      • EXERCISES
        • TO BE TRANSLATED INTO LATIN.
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
        • VI.
        • VII.
        • VIII.
        • IX.
        • X.
        • XI.
        • XII.
        • XIII.
        • XIV.
        • XV.
        • XVI.
        • XVII.
        • XVIII.
        • XIX.
        • XX.
        • XXI.
        • XXII.
        • XXIII.
        • XXIV.
        • XXV.
        • XXVI.
        • XXVII.
        • XXVIII.
        • XXIX.
        • XXX.
        • XXXI.
        • XXXII.
        • XXXIII.
        • XXXIV.
        • XXXV.
        • XXXVI.
        • XXXVII.
        • XXXVIII.
        • XXXIX.
        • XL.
      • TO BE TRANSLATED INTO LATIN.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • XIII.
      • XIV.
      • XV.
      • XVI.
      • XVII.
      • XVIII.
      • XIX.
      • XX.
      • XXI.
      • XXII.
      • XXIII.
      • XXIV.
      • XXV.
      • XXVI.
      • XXVII.
      • XXVIII.
      • XXIX.
      • XXX.
      • XXXI.
      • XXXII.
      • XXXIII.
      • XXXIV.
      • XXXV.
      • XXXVI.
      • XXXVII.
      • XXXVIII.
      • XXXIX.
      • XL.
      • LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.
      • ENGLISH-LATIN VOCABULARY.
      • ORDER OF THE “STORIES” COMPARED WITH THE BOOKS OF THE “NOCTES ATTICAE.”
      • INDEX TO THE MOST IMPORTANT NOTES.
    • London:
    • MACMILLAN AND CO.,
    • AND NEW YORK.
    • 1888.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • I AULUS GELLIUS.
    • STORIES FROM AULUS GELLIUS.
      • I. Vergil and His Poems.
      • II. Menander and Philemon.
      • III. The Palm Tree.
      • IV. Socrates and His Wife.
      • V. The Self-Discipline of Socrates.
      • VI. Alexander and Bucephalas.
      • VII. Alcibiades and the Pipes.
      • VIII. Fabricius and the Samnite Gold.
      • IX. Hannibal’s Jest.
      • X. The Death of Milo.
      • XI. A Hoax:—the Story of Papirius Praetextatus.
      • XII. The Result of the Hoax.
      • XIII. Sertorius.
      • XIV. Sertorius and the Doe.
      • XV. Tarquin and the Sibylline Books.
      • XVI. Scipio Africanus Impeached: His Answer.
      • XVII. Scipio Africanus: Another Impeachment.
      • XVIII. Scipio Africanus and the Gods.
      • XIX. Duty and Friendship.
      • XX. Avoid Obsolete Language.
      • XXI. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Challenge.
      • XXII. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Battle.
      • XXIII. Valerius Corvinus:—The Origin Of His Name.
      • XXIV. Aesop.
      • XXV. A Fable of Aesop:—The Lark and the Reapers.
      • XXVI. The Lark and the Reapers (Continued).
      • XXVII. Pyrrus and Fabricius.
      • XXVIII. Androclus and the Lion: Scene in the Circus.
      • XXIX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story.
      • XXX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story (continued).
      • XXXI. The Actor Polus.
      • XXXII. A Greek Orator is bribed, and glories in his Shame.
      • XXXIII. Cicero.
      • XXXIV. Fires at Rome:—a Remedy.
      • XXXV. Arion and the Dolphin. 1. The Robbery.
      • XXXVI. Arion and the Dolphin. 2. The Rescue.
      • XXXVII. The Thracian Husbandman.
      • XXXVIII. Mitridates.
      • XXXIX. The Philosopher and His Pupil.
      • XL. Roman Respect for an Oath; The Story of the Ten Captives.
    • I. Vergil and His Poems.
    • II. Menander and Philemon.
    • III. The Palm Tree.
    • IV. Socrates and His Wife.
    • V. The Self-Discipline of Socrates.
    • VI. Alexander and Bucephalas.
    • VII. Alcibiades and the Pipes.
    • VIII. Fabricius and the Samnite Gold.
    • IX. Hannibal’s Jest.
    • X. The Death of Milo.
    • XI. A Hoax:—the Story of Papirius Praetextatus.
    • XII. The Result of the Hoax.
    • XIII. Sertorius.
    • XIV. Sertorius and the Doe.
    • XV. Tarquin and the Sibylline Books.
    • XVI. Scipio Africanus Impeached: His Answer.
    • XVII. Scipio Africanus: Another Impeachment.
    • XVIII. Scipio Africanus and the Gods.
    • XIX. Duty and Friendship.
    • XX. Avoid Obsolete Language.
    • XXI. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Challenge.
    • XXII. Torquatus and the Gaul:—The Battle.
    • XXIII. Valerius Corvinus:—The Origin Of His Name.
    • XXIV. Aesop.
    • XXV. A Fable of Aesop:—The Lark and the Reapers.
    • XXVI. The Lark and the Reapers (Continued).
    • XXVII. Pyrrus and Fabricius.
    • XXVIII. Androclus and the Lion: Scene in the Circus.
    • XXIX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story.
    • XXX. Androclus and the Lion:—the Slave’s Story (continued).
    • XXXI. The Actor Polus.
    • XXXII. A Greek Orator is bribed, and glories in his Shame.
    • XXXIII. Cicero.
    • XXXIV. Fires at Rome:—a Remedy.
    • XXXV. Arion and the Dolphin. 1. The Robbery.
    • XXXVI. Arion and the Dolphin. 2. The Rescue.
    • XXXVII. The Thracian Husbandman.
    • XXXVIII. Mitridates.
    • XXXIX. The Philosopher and His Pupil.
    • XL. Roman Respect for an Oath; The Story of the Ten Captives.
    • NOTES.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • XIII.
      • XIV.
      • XV.
      • XVI.
      • XVII.
      • XVIII.
      • XIX.
      • XX.
      • XXI.
      • XXII.
      • XXIII.
      • XXIV.
      • XXV.
      • XXVI.
      • XXVII.
      • XXVIII.
      • XXIX.
      • XXX.
      • XXXI.
      • XXXII.
      • XXXIII.
      • XXXIV.
      • XXXV.
      • XXXVI.
      • XXXVII.
      • XXXVIII.
      • XXXIX.
      • XL.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • XI.
    • XII.
    • XIII.
    • XIV.
    • XV.
    • XVI.
    • XVII.
    • XVIII.
    • XIX.
    • XX.
    • XXI.
    • XXII.
    • XXIII.
    • XXIV.
    • XXV.
    • XXVI.
    • XXVII.
    • XXVIII.
    • XXIX.
    • XXX.
    • XXXI.
    • XXXII.
    • XXXIII.
    • XXXIV.
    • XXXV.
    • XXXVI.
    • XXXVII.
    • XXXVIII.
    • XXXIX.
    • XL.
    • EXERCISES
      • TO BE TRANSLATED INTO LATIN.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
      • X.
      • XI.
      • XII.
      • XIII.
      • XIV.
      • XV.
      • XVI.
      • XVII.
      • XVIII.
      • XIX.
      • XX.
      • XXI.
      • XXII.
      • XXIII.
      • XXIV.
      • XXV.
      • XXVI.
      • XXVII.
      • XXVIII.
      • XXIX.
      • XXX.
      • XXXI.
      • XXXII.
      • XXXIII.
      • XXXIV.
      • XXXV.
      • XXXVI.
      • XXXVII.
      • XXXVIII.
      • XXXIX.
      • XL.
    • TO BE TRANSLATED INTO LATIN.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • X.
    • XI.
    • XII.
    • XIII.
    • XIV.
    • XV.
    • XVI.
    • XVII.
    • XVIII.
    • XIX.
    • XX.
    • XXI.
    • XXII.
    • XXIII.
    • XXIV.
    • XXV.
    • XXVI.
    • XXVII.
    • XXVIII.
    • XXIX.
    • XXX.
    • XXXI.
    • XXXII.
    • XXXIII.
    • XXXIV.
    • XXXV.
    • XXXVI.
    • XXXVII.
    • XXXVIII.
    • XXXIX.
    • XL.
    • LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY.
    • ENGLISH-LATIN VOCABULARY.
    • ORDER OF THE “STORIES” COMPARED WITH THE BOOKS OF THE “NOCTES ATTICAE.”
    • INDEX TO THE MOST IMPORTANT NOTES.
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