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De agri cultura / compiled by Stephen V.F. Waite

 
dc.contributor Waite, Stephen Packard Humanities Institute
dc.contributor.author Cato, Marcus Porcius, 234-149 B.C.
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dc.date.created 160 BCE
dc.date.issued 1976-01-01
dc.identifier ota:0322
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0322
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/0322
dc.description.abstract In Latin Title from title page of source text Forms part of Project LIBRI (Literary Information Bases for Research and Instruction), a collection of literary texts collected by Stephen W.F. Waite, begun as the American Philological Association Respository of Classical Texts in Machine-Readable Form Publication based on this text: Concordantia in Catonis librum De agri cultura / edited by Ward W. Briggs, Jr. ; with the technical assistance of Timothy R. White. -- Hildesheim ; Zürich ; New York : Olms-Wiedmann, 1983. -- (Alpha-Omega. Reihe A, Lexika, Indizes, Konkordanzen zur klassischen Philologie ; 70) -- ISBN 3-487-06696-3. Bibliotheca scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana
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dc.subject.lcsh Manuals -- Italy -- 2nd century B.C.
dc.subject.other Manuals
dc.title De agri cultura / compiled by Stephen V.F. Waite
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<A CATO> <T DE AGRI CULTURA> <C 000> <S 01> EST INTERDUM PRAESTARE MERCATURIS REM QUAERERE, NISI TAM PERICULOSUM SIT, ET ITEM FENERARI, SI TAM HONESTUM SIT. MAIORES NOSTRI SIC HABUERUNT ET ITA IN LEGIBUS POSIVERUNT; FUREM DUPLI CONDEMNARI, FENERATOREM QUADRUPLI. QUANTO PEIOREM CIVEM EXISTIMARINT FENERATOREM QUAM FUREM, HINC LICET EXISTIMARE. <S 02> ET VIRUM BONUM QUOM LAUDABANT, ITA LAUDABANT; BONUM AGRICOLAM BONUM=QUE COLONUM? <S 03> AMPLISSIME LAUDARI EXISTIMABATUR QUI ITA LAUDABATUR. MERCATOREM AUTEM STRENUUM STUDIOSUM=QUE REI QUAERENDAE EXISTIMO, VERUM, UT SUPRA DIXI, PERICULOSUM ET CALAMITOSUM. <S 04> AT EX AGRICOLIS ET VIRI FORTISSIMI ET MILITES STRENUISSIMI GIGNUNTUR, MAXIME=QUE PIUS QUAESTUS STABILISSIMUS=QUE CONSEQUITUR MINIME=QUE INVIDIOSUS, MINIME=QUE MALE COGITANTES SUNT QUI IN EO STUDIO OCCUPATI SUNT. NUNC, UT AD REM REDEAM, QUOD PROMISI INSTITUTUM PRINCIPIUM HOC ERIT. <C 001> <S 00> QUO MODO AGRUM EMI PARARI=QUE OPORTEAT <S 01> PRAEDIUM QUOM PARARE COGITABIS, SIC IN ANIMO . . .
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<A CATO> <T DE AGRI CULTURA> <C 000> <S 01> EST INTERDUM PRAESTARE MERCATURIS REM QUAERERE, NISI TAM PERICULOSUM SIT, ET ITEM FENERARI, SI TAM HONESTUM SIT. MAIORES NOSTRI SIC HABUERUNT ET ITA IN LEGIBUS POSIVERUNT; FUREM DUPLI CONDEMNARI, FENERATOREM QUADRUPLI. QUANTO PEIOREM CIVEM EXISTIMARINT FENERATOREM QUAM FUREM, HINC LICET EXISTIMARE. <S 02> ET VIRUM BONUM QUOM LAUDABANT, ITA LAUDABANT; BONUM AGRICOLAM BONUM=QUE COLONUM? <S 03> AMPLISSIME LAUDARI EXISTIMABATUR QUI ITA LAUDABATUR. MERCATOREM AUTEM STRENUUM STUDIOSUM=QUE REI QUAERENDAE EXISTIMO, VERUM, UT SUPRA DIXI, PERICULOSUM ET CALAMITOSUM. <S 04> AT EX AGRICOLIS ET VIRI FORTISSIMI ET MILITES STRENUISSIMI GIGNUNTUR, MAXIME=QUE PIUS QUAESTUS STABILISSIMUS=QUE CONSEQUITUR MINIME=QUE INVIDIOSUS, MINIME=QUE MALE COGITANTES SUNT QUI IN EO STUDIO OCCUPATI SUNT. NUNC, UT AD REM REDEAM, QUOD PROMISI INSTITUTUM PRINCIPIUM HOC ERIT. <C 001> <S 00> QUO MODO AGRUM EMI PARARI=QUE OPORTEAT <S 01> PRAEDIUM QUOM PARARE COGITABIS, SIC IN ANIMO . . .
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