Salute’em in Your Letter

The fixed accusative phrase (Ryan) salūtem (tibi) appears at the beginning of Latin letters. The sense of dīcit is implied.

  • Seneca Luciliō suō salūtem: Dear Lucilius, (Seneca gives greeting to his dear Lucilius.)
  • Caesar Pompeiō magnō suō salūtem: Dear Pompey Magnus,

The Essential AG: 397dn2