P. Cauer, " De dialecto attica vetustiore quaestiones epigraphicae," in G.
Quodlibeta Disputata, and his Quaestiones Disputatae.
The first and the second parts are wholly the work of Aquinas, but of the third part only the first ninety quaestiones are his; the rest of it was finished in accordance with his designs.
Of these treatises are: De anima intellectiva (1 270); Quaestiones logicales; Quaestiones naturales; De aeternitate mundi; Quaestio utrum haec sit Vera; Homo est animal nullo homine existente; Impossibilia.
Of Plautus belong to two families, which are proved by the errors which they have in common to be descended from a single source (Sicker, "Novae quaestiones plautinae," in Philologus suppl.
Studiis atque operibus (1845); Quaestiones Nigidianae (1890), and edition of the fragments (1889) byA.Swoboda.
Greek prayer: C.Ausfeld,De graecorum precationibus quaestiones (1903).
Ernst, De Geometricis illis quae sub Boethii nomine nobis tradita sunt quaestiones, 1903; A.
8, &c.; the very different representations in Plato's Protagoras and Theaetetus;, the fragments in Johannes Frei, Quaestiones Protagoreae (Bonn, 1845), and A.
Paul's First Trial, Cambridge, 1899); besides the older essays of Rettig (Quaestiones philippienses, Giessen, 1831) and C. Muller (Comment.
At the same place, too, he wrote Quaestiones Hebraicae on Genesis, 2 and a series of commentaries on Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, the Twelve Minor Prophets, Matthew and the Epistles of St Paul.
Strenge, Quaestiones philochoreae (Gottingen, 1868); C. Wachsmuth, Einleitung in das Studium der alten Geschichte (1895).
Terwen, De Areopago Atheniensium Quaestiones Variae (Utrecht, 1894); G.
The lemma is enunciated as follows: " Quaestiones omnes, quae per sinus, tangentes, atque secantes absolvi solent, per solam prosthaphaeresim, id est, per solam additionem, subtractionem, sine laboriosa numerorum multiplicatione divisioneque expedire."
28; Plutarch, Quaestiones romance, 16, 17.
They never during the Republican period lost the right of criminal jurisdiction, in spite of the fact that so many spheres of this jurisdiction had been assigned in perpetuity to standing commissions (quaestiones per petuae).
264 M OX avLKa.: Quaestiones mechanicae: Mechanical questions.
9-11; Plutarch, Quaestiones Graecae, ch.
The criminal jurisdiction of the quaestors appears only to have terminated when towards the close of the republic trial by permanent courts (quaestiones perpetuae) was extended to criminal cases.'
For the next four years he devoted himself entirely to philosophic and theological writing, and published Quaestiones celeberrimae in Genesim (1623); L'Impiete des deistes (1624); La Verite des sciences (1624).
But as the author appears to have known and made use of the Quaestiones Naturales of Seneca (written A.D.
Wagler, De Aetna poemate quaestiones criticae (1884); B.
On the stylistic argument as applied to Platonic controversies Janell's Quaestiones Platonicae (1901) is important.
On the other hand, new and permanent jury courts (quaestiones perpetuae) were instituted at Rome, over which the praetors were called on to preside.
His functions were considerably modified by the introduction of the standing jury courts (quaestiones perpetuae).
His principal works are In Gratiani Decretum commentarii (4 vols., Venice, 1578); Expositio brevis et utilis super toto psalterio (Mainz, 1474); Quaestiones spirituales super evangelic totius anni (Brixen, 7498); Summa ecclesiastica (Salamanca, 1550).
His Formularium tabellionurn (a directory for notaries) and Quaestiones (a book of decisions) are no longer extant.
Weicker, De Sirenibus quaestiones selectae (Leipzig, 1895), in which the writer endeavours to show that the Sirens, like the Harpies, were originally the souls of the dead, their employment on tombstones expressing the desire to find a permanent abode for the souls; and Der Seelenvogel in der alten Literatur and Kunst (1902), with bibliography; J.
Schulze, Quaestiones epicae (GUterslohe, 1892).
And iv.; on metre, &c., Hartel's Homerische Studien (i.-iii., Vienna); Knos, De digammo Homerico quaestiones (Upsala, 1872-1873-1878); Thumb, Zur Geschichte des griech.
Hoffmann's Quaestiones Homericae (Clausthal, 1842) is a useful collection of facts.
Rodhe, Num Jeremias Threnos scripserit quaestiones (Lundae, 1871); F.
His Arabic studies he collected under the title Perdifficiles Quaestiones Naturales, printed after 1472.
To Varro's researches are mainly due the traditional dates assigned to the era of the kings and to that of the early republic. Minor writings of the same class were the De Vita Populi Romani, apparently a kind of history of Roman civilization; the De Familiis Trojanis, an account of the families who "came over" with Aeneas; the Aetia (Ai:TCa), an explanation of the origin of Roman customs, on which Plutarch drew largely in his Quaestiones Romanae; a Tribuum Liber, used by Festus; and the constitutional handbook written for the instruction of Pompey when he became consul.
Paulcke, De tabula iliaca quaestiones Stesichoreae, 1897, an exhaustive treatise).
These latter were printed in 1496 at Bologna, and entitled Expositio Aurea super totam artemveterem; Quaestiones in quattuor libros sententiarum (Lyons, 1495).
He published Quaestiones in quartum sententiarum praesertim circa.
Sacraments (Paris, 1512, 1516, 1518, 1537; Rome, 1522), and Quaestiones quodlibeticae XII.
Lucius Calpurnius Piso, surnamed Frugi (the worthy), Roman statesman and historian, was tribune in 149 B.C. He is known chiefly for his lex Calpurnia repetundarum, which brought about the system of quaestiones perpetuae and a new phase of criminal procedure.
Lipsius, Quaestiones logographicae, 1886).
The second part consists of 36 causae (cases proposed for solution), subdivided into quaestiones (the several questions raised by the case), under each of which are arranged the various canones (canons, decretals, &c.) bearing on the question.
The form of the Saturnalia is copied from Plato's Symposium and Gellius's Nodes atticae; the chief authorities (whose names, however, are not quoted) are Gellius, Seneca the philosopher, Plutarch (Quaestiones conviviales), Athenaeus and the commentaries of Servius (excluded by some) and others on Virgil.