The Letters of the Younger Pliny
Wildside Press LLC, 2008. 4. 30. - 260페이지
The Letters of the Younger Pliny has been translated, with an introductory essay, by John B. Firth. The Teubner text, edited by Keil, has been followed for this translation.
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accused admiration affection afraid applause Artemidorus banished Bassus bath beautiful Bithynia Caius Catullus chamber character charm Cicero Classicus consul Corellius Cornelius Cornelius Tacitus Cottius Court death decurio delighted Demosthenes deserved dignity Domitian eloquence Emperor enjoy Farewell father favour feel friends Fundanus give ground hand hear Herennius Senecio honour hope judges judgment Julius learned letter listen living look Lucceius Albinus Macrinus Marius Priscus matter Mauricus mind modesty Moreover Nepos Nerva never orator owing pass pleading pleasure Pliny Pliny the Younger Pliny's portico praetor praise Priscus province reason recital regard Regulus replied Roman Rome Rufus Senate sesterces side slaves speak speech Spurinna style Tacitus tell thing thought told Trajan Tranquillus turn verses villa wife wish words worthy write written XIX.—To XVIII.—To young YOUNGER PLINY