Hic et bella gerebat ut adulescens, cum plane grandis esset, et Hannibalem iuveniliter exsultantem patientia sua molliebat; de quo praeclare familiaris noster Ennius: unus homo nobis cunctando restituit rem; noenum rumores ponebat ante salutem; ergo plusque magisque viri nunc gloria claret. 11 Tarentum vero qua vigilantia, quo consilio recepit!

This remarkable picture of Caesar's method of enforcing discipline is described by a person who was evidently present; and it may be taken as a correction to the vague stories of his severity to these officers which are told by Dion Cassius. To Atticus, xi. 7. Citizens. Where the African coast turns south from Cape Bon. "Animum enim altum et erectum prae se gerebat." De Bello Africano.

"'Centum fronte oculos, centum cervice gerebat Argus, et hos unus saepe fefellit amor." But there was something about Myrtle, he hardly knew whether to call it dignity, or pride, or reserve, or the mere habit of holding back brought about by the system of repression under which she had been educated, which kept even the old Master of Arts at his distance.

"'Centum fronte oculos, centum cervice gerebat Argus, et hos unus saepe fefellit amor." But there was something about Myrtle, he hardly knew whether to call it dignity, or pride, or reserve, or the mere habit of holding back brought about by the system of repression under which she had been educated, which kept even the old Master of Arts at his distance.