This is from a Latin reader, I've been going through. A couple of sentences I'm not sure about. 1. Apion, doctus homo, vidisse se Romae scripsit recognitionem inter sese mutuam ex vetere notitia hominis et leonis [...] Here, " inter sese mutuam ex vetere notitia hominis et leonis" is what's giving me trouble. 2. [...] Multae ibi saevientes ferae erant, sed praeter alia omnia leonum immanitas admirationi fuit praeterque omnis ceteros unus. Here, "praeterque omnis ceteros unus" is the problem for me. The gist is: "beyond any one", but "omnis" is really why I'm writing. Thanks!