After searching in vain for the better part of two years I finally located a bookstore in Toronto that regularly carries Loeb's. I was estatic until I started adding up totals and realized that I'd either have to become a millionaire or selectively choose which to purchase. I believe there are close to 500 titles currently available and sadly I only own four.
Martial Epigrams I (1947) trans. Walter C. A. Ker
Suetonius II (1950) ...
I'm confused about the correct way to say 'three days ago'. My Longmans' book says abhinc plus accusative. N&H also shows an example with abhinc followed by the accusative: 'three days ago - abhinc tres dies' but in the key to the exercises, the time is in the ablative: (36.9)'I saw my friend at Carthage three months ago - Tribus abhinc mensibus Carthagini meum amicum vidi'
Should the time be ablative or accusative?
Im translating a letter by Pliny called A Roman Suicide, and i came across a bit that i have been having difficulty with:
Dixerat sane medico admoventi cibum: Kekrika i got it as something like "When, indeed, the doctor brought up food he said:______"
i cant figure out what this greek word would mean, i wasnt sure if this belongs in the latin ...