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2014-07-28 Latin - grammar:

Dear Robert,    actually this is a duplicate question that I've already answered.    Anyway, here's my previous answer:    1.In "Nulla sancta societas/Nec fides regni est" ( Cicero, De Officiis, I, 26)

2014-07-28 Military History - WW1:

I found a regimental history of the 357th at http://www.90thdivisionassoc.org/90thDivisionFolders/357thbook/357hist.pdf    There's also good info at the Army Center of Military History's site: http://www

2014-07-27 Latin - grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.In "Nulla sancta societas/Nec fides regni est" ( Cicero, De Officiis, I, 26), which is a quotation from Ennius,  the genitive  “regni” depends on the verb "est" in the sense that "no

2014-07-27 Italian Language - use of "latte" and "latti":

Dear Rich,      the plural of  the noun “latte” is “latti”, though the plural is not so common as it  is used in some sentences like e.g. :“Questa è la gamma dei nostri latti”, “Esistono latti speciali

2014-07-26 Latin - grammar:

Dear Robert,      1.In “....credamusque, quia fiat, quod dictum est, appellatam fidem.” (Cicero, De Officiis, I, 23)  the infinitive “esse” is just  understood after “appellatam”, and the relative  “quod

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