A caesarian analogy

Classical Quarterly 66 (1):400-402 (2016)
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While Caesar as man of letters is most famous for his commentarii, it should not be forgotten that he also wrote two volumes on Analogy and was the author of various verses, one set of which, on the comic playwright Terence and his relationship to Menander, runs as follows : tu quoque, tu in summis, o dimidiate Menander,poneris, et merito, puri sermonis amator.lenibus atque utinam scriptis adiuncta foret uis,comica ut aequato uirtus polleret honorecum Graecis neue hac despectus parte iaceres! 5unum hoc maceror ac doleo tibi deesse, Terenti.

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Choice Word and Measured Phrase in Caesar, Fragment 1.W. Jeffrey Tatum - 2011 - Philologus: Zeitschrift für Antike Literatur Und Ihre Rezeption 155 (2):375-379.

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