Init.) between the'Os/3poi of, say, Herodotus and the language of Iguviuin, of which we may now offer some description, using the term Umbrian strictly in this sense.
Init.), was, avoiding the generalities of Plato, to prepare his audience by explaining the subject of investigation and its nature.
2 See above (ad init.).
To him the city owed her trade in cloths and velvets, from which so much wealth accrued to her 1 Fidelis Expositio Errorum Serveti, sub init.
Hartleben, Champollion, sein Leben and sein Werk (2 vols., 1906); also EGYPT: Language and Writing (ad init.).
Init., 4, 7, 18, 36, cf.
There are, as we have seen (ad init.), three types - syllogism, induction and analogy.