|Statement||calculated for the use of schools.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 24463.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||408|
The American Nepos; a collection of the lives of the most remarkable and the most eminent men, who have contributed to the discovery, the settlement, of America calculated for the use of schools [Wilmer, James Jones] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The American Nepos; a collection of the lives of the most remarkable and the most eminent men, who have contributed to the Author: James Jones Wilmer. Nepotis, Cornelii [ Cornelius Nepos ] / Augustinus van Staveren. This book is from the library of well-known author Francis Marion Crawford (), the son of the American sculptor Thomas Crawford, had an international upbringing. He was born in Rome, educated by a French governess, then at St. Paul¿s School, Concord, N.H. and Trinity. Nepos compares Hannibal's individual greatness to the superiority of the Roman people (1–2). Hannibal's implacable hostility towards the Romans, even after being sent into exile by his fellow-citizens, was a kind of family inheritance (3). Cornelius Nepos' Lives of Eminent Commanders is a collection of short biographies on the most famous generals of antiquity, including Hannibal, Pages:
Cornelius Nepos. Sorte provinciam nactus Hispaniam citeriorem, exque 2 ea triumphum deportavit. Ibi cum diutius moraretur, P. Scipio Africanus consul iterum, cuius in priore consulatu quaestor fuerat, voluit eum de provincia depellere et ipse ei succedere; neque hoc per senatum efficere potuit, cum quidem Scipio principatum in civitate obtineret, quod tum non potentia, sed iure res publica. As this print on demand book is reprinted from a very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is . Cornelius Nepos (/ kɔːrˈniːliəs ˈniːpɒs, ˈnɛpɒs /; c. BC – c. 25 BC) was a Roman biographer. He was born at Hostilia, a village in Cisalpine Gaul not far from Verona. Nepos's Cisalpine birth is attested by Ausonius, and Pliny the Elder calls him Padi accola ("a dweller . Genre/Form: Readers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nepos, Cornelius. Lives of Cornelius Nepos. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American book company .
Introduction. Cornelius Nepos (b. c. –d.c. 25 BCE) is the first biographer in Latin whose works survive and the first biographer from antiquity whose surviving works include a series of lives of political is not known to have been involved in politics, and he seems to have lived a quiet, scholarly life. He was friends with some of the distinguished literary minds of his time. Cornelius Nepos has books on Goodreads with ratings. Cornelius Nepos’s most popular book is Cornelius Nepos. Cornelius Nepos. vellet Atheniensium, idque Lemnii sua sponte 1 5 facerent postulasset, illi irridentes responderunt tum id se facturos, cum ille, domo navibus proficiscens, vento aquilone venisset Lemnum; hic enim ventus, ab septentrionibus oriens, adversum 6 tenet Athenis proficiscentibus. Miltiades, morandi tempus non habens, cursum derexit quo tendebat, pervenitque Chersonesum. The American Nepos: a collection of the lives of the most remarkable and the most eminent men, who have contributed to the discovery, the settlement, and the independence of America: .