Heribertus Chester Nutting

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Nativitas: 14 Ianuarii 1872; Novum Eboracum
Obitus: 23 Septembris 1934; Berkeleia
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: philologus classicus, professor

Heribertus Chester Nutting (natus Herbert Chester Nutting Novi Eboraci die 14 Ianuarii 1872; mortuus Berceleiae die 23 Septembris 1934) fuit grammaticus, philologus, et paedagogus Americanus.

Vita et opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Universitatem Yalensem anno 1895 finivit, ibidem dissertationem de coniunctivi usu Ciceroniano anno 1897 defendit. In Universitate Californiensi Berkeleiensi litteras Latinas ab anno 1898 usque ad mortem docebat. Trinummum Plauti et Tusculanarum disputationum partes edidit. Opera grammatica varia, necnon Ad Alpes, mythistoriam de vita Romana, scaenasque dramaticas Latinas composuit.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • "Cicero's Use of Subjunctives in si-Clauses," AJP 21 (1900) 260-73;
  • A Supplementary Latin Composition (Bostoniae 1901; 2 ed. 1908);
  • "The Unreal Conditional Sentence in Plautus," AJP 22 (1901) 297-316;
  • "The Order and Modes of Conditional Thought," AJP 23 (1902) 25-39, 149-62; 24 (1903) 278-303;
  • The Trinummus of Plautus (Boston, 1903); Advanced Latin Composition (Bostoniae 1904);
  • "Studies in the Si-Clause, I: Concessive si-clauses in Plautus, II: Subjunctive Protasis with Indicative Apodosis in Plautus," UCPCP 1,2 (1905) 35-94;
  • "Unreal Conditional Sentences in Cicero," AJP 28 (1907) 1-10, 153-78;
  • "Cicero Pro Sulla 18,52," AJP 29 (1908) 316-21;
  • Cicero, Tusculan Disputations I, II, V (Bostoniae 1909);
  • A Latin Primer (New York, 1911);
  • A First Latin Reader with Exercises (Novi Eboraci 1912; 2 ed., 1913);
  • Caesar's Use of Past Tenses in cum-clauses, UCPCP 5,1 (1918);
  • "The Ablative as an Appositive," CP 15 (1920) 389-91;
  • "Oculos Effodere," CP 17 (1922) 313-8;
  • "Cicero's Conditional Clauses of Comparison," UCPCP 5,11 (1922) 183-257;
  • Junior Latin Plays (Berkeleiae, 1922);
  • Teacher's Course in Latin Composition (Bostoniae 1922);
  • "The Imperfect Indicative as a Praeteritum ex Futuro," AJP 43 (1922) 359-61;
  • Ad Alpes: A Story of Roman Life (Berkeleiae 1923; 2 ed., 1927); editio apud Wikifontem
  • "Subjunctive Conditions in Tacitus," UCPCP 7,4 (1923) 143-95;
  • "Cicero Tusculan Disputations i.74," CP 19 (1924) 317-28;
  • "The Indefinite First Singular," AJP 45 (1924) 377-9;
  • "The Latin Conditional Sentence," UCPCP 8,1 (1925);
  • "On the Syntax of fretus," UCPCP 8,8 (1927) 305-30;
  • "The Form si sit. . . erit," UCPCP 8,2 (1928) 187-217;
  • The Utor, Fruor Group, UCPCP 10, 1-5 (1928-9);
  • "Notes on the Agricola of Tacitus," AJP 50 (1929) 266-72;
  • "Predicating Periods in Latin," AJP 51 (1930) 57-61;
  • "On the Use of the Term "Ellipsis," ibid., 224-32;
  • "Notes on confido, fido, diffido," UCPCP 10.9 (1931) 219-43;
  • "Comments on Lucan," UCPCP 11, 3-5 (1931-4) 8-12, 105-41, 249-90;
  • "On the Adnominal Genitive in Latin," UCPCP 10.10 (1932) 245-308;
  • "The Hero of the Pharsalia," AJP 53 (1932) 41-52;
  • "On the History of the Cum-Construction," AJP 54 (1933) 29-38;
  • "Notes on Lucan's Pharsalia," CP 29 (1934) 317-27;
  • Pierino Belli, A Treatise on Military Matters and Warfare (De Re Militari et Bello), vol. 2 (trans.) (Oxoniae et Londinii, 1936).

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