ricelius wrote:While reading De sano homine by Celsus (in my Latin course) I stumbled on the following sentence:
Hunc oportet varium habere vitae genus
It's followed by a list of things that a healthy man should do, so out of context I can guess the meaning to be something like "one should have these different exercises in life".
I guess hunc in accusative refers to the things following the sentence, thus being the subject of the acc.w.inf. But what about the rest?
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