"It was his Cornelius Nepos
that Master Edward was repeating when he referred to King Mithridates," continued the count, "and you interrupted him in a quotation which proves that his tutor has by no means neglected him, for your son is really advanced for his years."
I studied Latin because I believed that I should read the Latin authors, and I suppose I got as much of the language as most school-boys of my age, but I never read any Latin author but Cornelius Nepos
. I studied Greek, and I learned so much of it as to read a chapter of the Testament, and an ode of Anacreon.
, IN HIS LIVES OF Eminent Commanders (the Palatine Press edition), notes that Alcibiades was, "when occasion required, laborious, patient, courteous, liberal, and splendid, no less in his public than in his private life; he was also affable and courteous, conforming dexterously to circumstances; but when he had unbent himself, and no reason offered why he should endure the labor of thought, was seen to be luxurious, dissolute, voluptuous, and self-indulgent, so that all wondered there should be such dissimilitude, and so contradictory a nature, in the same man." The standard moral categories, in any case, somehow do not seem to apply to him.
The key market players profiled in this study include Cap Gemini S.A., Jam cracker, Inc., Compute Next Inc., Accenture plc, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Nepos
Technologies Ltd, NEC Corporation, Green Cloud Technologies, LLC, Appirio, Inc., Blue Wolf Group LLC, Dell Inc.
Lest we think we are particularly ill-fated in this regard, we must bear in mind that examples of nepotism (nepos
means 'nephew') can be found all over the world, in second-generation national leaders, for instance - George W.
Com relacao aos autores que teriam influenciado a escolha dos summi uiri, e a escrita dos elogia, podemos citar: Marco Terencio Varrao, Cornelio Nepos
e Tito Pomponio Atico, alem de Tito Livio e Virgilio:
Notes on the immature biology of two Riodinine butterflies: Metacharis ptolomaeus and Napaea nepos
first century BCE) in Book XV of his Library, and by Cornelius Nepos
in rhetoric, and Roman exempla collections by Cornelius Nepos
, Hyginus, Augustus, and Valerius Maximus.