legere: to read, to choose: verb
findo, fĭdi, fissum
—to cleave, split, part, separate, divide—
Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) September 03, 2013
—living on figs: living by slander—
Henry George Liddell (@LiddellandScott) September 03, 2013
Instead of -τερος, -τατος or -ῑων, -ιστος the adverbs μᾶλλον more, μάλιστα most, may be used w/ the positive; μᾶλλον φίλος more dear GG 323—
Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) September 03, 2013
Musonius – the Roman Socrates
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Search for the Vicus in Frick, Switzerland
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