A comparative construction in Cicero.

Cicero on sending word (Ad Atticum 11.23) Ipsum Agusium audies, sed tardius iter faciebat. Eo feci ut celeriter eunti darem. You’ll be hearing Agusius himself, but he was making his way rather slowly, so I’ve arranged to give [the news] to someone moving faster. The comparative shows itself here to be more flexible in Latin […]

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