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Hints on translation from Latin into English, by Alexander Souter.

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Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in London, New York, The Macmillan company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Translating and interpreting,
  • Latin language -- Translating into English

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTranslation from Latin into English.
    SeriesHelps for students of history,, no. 20
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA6025 .S6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6629202M
    LC Control Number20019874
    OCLC/WorldCa4578370

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Hints on translation from Latin into English, by Alexander Souter. by Alexander Souter Download PDF Ebook

Their number is legion, and by Alexander Souter. book mention of merely a few here must not be taken to imply any criticism of the unmentioned. The translator from Latin, then, must know the Latin language and literature, but his English translation will always benefit by the criticism of one whose special acquirement is a fine sense for English.

We have seen in our day a representation of the mutilation of Attis, that famous god of Pessinus, and a man burnt alive as Hercules. Paul Ricoeur. No law forbids the sifting of the crimes which it prohibits, for a judge never inflicts a righteous vengeance if he is not well assured that a crime has been committed; nor does a citizen render a true subjection to the law, if he does not know the nature of the thing on which the punishment is inflicted.

I am an infant-killer; why do they not Hints on translation from Latin into English the torture to get from me the truth? Diogenes, too, makes utter mock of Hercules and the Roman cynic Varro brings forward three hundred Joves, or Jupiters they should be called, all headless.

Of smaller size. The Roman writers never wrote nonsense. An Abbot of Vezelay. Then, further, wherever by Alexander Souter. book are — at home, abroad, over the seas — your lust is an attendant, whose general indulgence, or even its indulgence in the most limited scale, may easily and unwittingly anywhere beget children, so that in this way a progeny scattered about in the commerce of life may have intercourse with those who are their own kin, and have no notion that there is any incest in the case.

Domitiantoo, a man of Nero's type in cruelty, tried his hand at persecution ; but as he had something of the human in him, he soon put an end to what he had begun, even restoring again those whom he had banished. Descubre la Biblia. You put Christians on crosses and stakes: what image is not formed from the clay in the first instance, set on cross and stake?

The Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles. When I was looking for some suitable and proper exordium, I In a commentary on the Epistles of St.

Michael C. Luke He shows that the earliest Christians drew on a tradition shared with the Qumran community and other Jewish groups of the time, in which each group chose its own emphasis—ritual, metaphorical, or initiatory.

Very often he will have nothing to trust to but his common sense. Translation Studies at the Interface of Disciplines.Jan 27,  · This book is in no way trying to take away from what the King James Version has accomplished.

The King James Version is a book to be commended for all that it has accomplished. For four centuries, when English-speaking people spoke of “the Bible,” they meant the King James Version. Biography. Souter was born in Perth, and studied at the University of Aberdeen and the University of galisend.com subsequently became a Latin assistant at Aberdeen.

While at Cambridge he studied under J. E. B. Mayor, whom Souter would credit with influence on his later scholarship. In he was appointed professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis at Mansfield College, Oxford. Nov 30,  · Alexander Souter used to tell us that Lewis and Short contained an average of sixty errors to the page; he had compiled a list of them which began to rival the Dictionary itself in length.

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