bingley wrote:pg 227 No. 32
But where does naturam optimam fit in?
hlawson38 wrote:10. Legati illius virtus omnibus civibus admirationi fuit.
The courage of that officer was a wonder to all the citizens.
30. Vix quiquam persuadebatur e Graecia omni cessuros Romanos.
Hardly anybody was persuaded that the Romans would leave all of Greece.
34. Si quisque sua manu captum ex hoste domum retulisset, multi servi nobis nunc domi essent.
If each one with his army unit had brought back home a captive from the enemy, we would have many slaves at home.
45. Quo plus custodum fortissimorum imperatori imperatori est, hoc tutior; nam plebs alterius ducis cupida, nihil audaciae agere audebit.
Where the commander has many very strong guards, there (it is) safer; for the common people (although) wanting a different leader, will dare nothing bold.
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