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C. Plini Caecili Secundi : Epistularum libri decem / Pliny the Younger

 
dc.contributor Waite, Stephen V.F. Packard Humanities Institute Los Altos
dc.contributor.author Pliny, the Younger
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dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-27
dc.date.accessioned 2019-07-04T11:02:20Z
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dc.date.created 71-113
dc.identifier ota:0363
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/0363
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/0363
dc.description.abstract 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 Partial contents: Liber decimus : ad Traianum Imperatorem, Pp. 292-349
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dc.language Latin
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Latin letters -- 1st century
dc.subject.other Letters
dc.title C. Plini Caecili Secundi : Epistularum libri decem / Pliny the Younger
dc.title.alternative Epistulae 10
dc.type Text
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<A PLAUTUS> <T EPISTULAE> <B 10> <N 0001> <S 000> $C& $PLINIUS $TRAIANO IMPERATORI <S 001> TUA QUIDEM PIETAS, IMPERATOR SANCTISSIME, OPTAVERAT, UT QUAM TARDISSIME SUCCEDERES PATRI? SED DI IMMORTALES FESTINAVERUNT VIRTUTES TUAS AD GUBERNACULA REI PUBLICAE QUAM SUSCEPERAS ADMOVERE. <S 002> PRECOR ERGO UT TIBI ET PER TE GENERI HUMANO PROSPERA OMNIA, ID EST DIGNA SAECULO TUO CONTINGANT. FORTEM TE ET HILAREM, IMPERATOR OPTIME, ET PRIVATIM ET PUBLICE OPTO. <N 0002> <S 000> $C& $PLINIUS $TRAIANO IMPERATORI <S 001> EXPRIMERE, DOMINE, VERBIS NON POSSUM, QUANTUM MIHI GAUDIUM ATTULERIS, QUOD ME DIGNUM PUTASTI IURE TRIUM LIBERORUM. QUAMVIS ENIM $IULI $SERVIANI, OPTIMI VIRI TUI=QUE AMANTISSIMI, PRECIBUS INDULSERIS, TAMEN ETIAM EX RESCRIPTO INTELLEGO LIBENTIUS HOC EI TE PRAESTITISSE, QUIA PRO ME ROGABAT. <S 002> VIDEOR ERGO SUMMAM VOTI MEI CONSECUTUS, CUM INTER INITIA FELICISSIMI PRINCIPATUS TUI PROBAVERIS ME AD PECULIAREM INDULGENTIAM TUAM PERTINERE? EO=QUE MAGIS LIBEROS CONCUPISCO, QUOS HABERE ETI . . .

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