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Grammatici Latini II, p. 191: Priscian, book 5 (De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu)

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II 191,1factus est dies nisi quod ascensionem solis secutus est dies? inueniuntur
II 191,2tamen etiam nomina loco participiorum in huiuscemodi elocutione posita,
II 191,3ut Virgilius in VII:
88,16c191,3book 552 *virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 191,4«non uobis rege Latino /
II 191,5diuitis uber agri Troiaeue opulentia deerit»,
II 191,6rege Latino pro regnante Latino, quamuis in huiuscemodi quoque
88,19d191,688,01book 535 quamvis: adas
[‘although’] [analysis]
II 191,7constructionibus subauditur participium substantiuum. Graeci autem in
88,21e191,7book 5?[?] (participium) substantivum: potente
II 191,8huiuscemodi constructione solent pro genetiuo participii etiam infinitum uerbum
II 191,9ponere, ut ἐν τῷ βασιλεύειν Τραϊανόν, ἀντὶ τοῦ βασιλεύοντος Τραϊανοῦ.
88,24f191,988,02book 5566[?] 59 221 *βασιλ*ευε: proprium masued
[‘a proper name if it is’] [analysis]
88,24g191,9book 5566[?] 221 *in traiano: . nomen. artis
88,24h191,988,03book 5543 221 *ναντιτου: .i. exemplum confail infinitivus and argenitin rangabala
[‘i.e. an example so that an infinitive is therein for the genitive of a participle’] [analysis]
II 191,10etiam tunc pro genetiuo ponitur Graeco, quando per participium habens
88,25191,10book 552 etiam: (m.l.) IIII
88,26i191,1088,04book 5421 331 habens: as habens
[‘which is ‘having’’] [analysis]
II 191,11et accusatiuum interpretamur eum, ut pulchra forma mulier, id est
II 191,12pulchram formam habens, magna altitudine domus, id est magnam
II 191,13altitudinem habens; pro datiuo quoque, quando cum in uel sub
88,30191,13book 552 pro dativo .. etc.: (m.l.) I
88,31191,13app.book 54143 ponitur: .- (88,32=191,14) et: .-
II 191,14praepositionibus iungitur, ut in illo, sub illo, et quando ipsum ablatiuum
88,32191,14book 552 et .. etc.: (m.l.) II
89 m.i.abook 559 (m.i.) Ox V
89 m.i.bbook 5541 (m.i.) in alia .i. in alia editione
II 191,15interpretamur per accusatiuum et praepositionem per, ut uinco te manu, id est
II 191,16per manum, uideo te lumine, id est per lumen.

 

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