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Grammatici Latini II, p. 199: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 199,1Rhuncus ac Purpureus, filii Terras»
91a37p199,1book 6572 +rhumcus: unus ex eis
91a37q199,1book 6572 +porpureus: alter
II 199,2pro Terrae. in eodem:
II 199,3«ei uenit in mentem hominum fortunas»
II 199,4pro fortunae. Ennius in XVII annali:
II 199,5«dux ipse uias»
II 199,6pro uiae. Cicero in IIII Verrinarum: «liberos, matres
II 199,7familias, bona fortunasque omnes». dicitur tamen et pater familiae et
91a42r199,791a3book 634 4228 tamen: .i. cesu pater familias asruburt
[‘i.e. although it is pater familias that I have said’] [analysis]
II 199,8patres familiae et familiarum et familiis. Marcus Brutus de
91b1a199,8book 6423 et (familiarum): .i. pater
II 199,9officiis: «itaque patres familiae domini sumus». Sallustius in
II 199,10Catilinario: «sed filii familiarum, quorum e nobilitate
91b4b199,1091b1book 6313 filii (familiarum): .i. combí dano filius familiarum nominativo
[‘i.e. so that filius familiarum is the nominative then’] [analysis]
II 199,11maxima pars erat, parentes interficerent». Cicero in
II 199,12frumentaria: «itaque ex his scribis, qui digni sunt illo ordine,
91b7c199,1291b2book 6313 patribus (familiis): .i. huandí as pater familiis
[‘i.e. from patres familiis’] [analysis]
II 199,13patribus familiis, uiris bonis atque honestis, percontamini».
II 199,14neutra eiusdem terminationis Graeca sunt et addita tis faciunt
91b8d199,14book 63233 (eiusdem) terminationis: .i. in .a.
91b9199,14book 653 peripe[tasma]: (m.l.) O= (cf. 91b30=201,3-5)
II 199,15genetiuum, ut hoc peripetasma huius peripetasmatis, hoc poema huius
91b9e199,15book 6214 563 peripe[tasma]: .i. genus vestimenti {cf. K 36r32 a .i. nomen vestis E 56v3 genus vestis vel ambulatio superadiectio}
91b10199,15book 658 (m.l.) ox (huius peripetasmatis add. sec. man. (.tis. Ms.))
II 199,16poematis. haec tamen antiquissimi secundum primam declinationem saepe
II 199,17protulerunt et generis feminini, ut Plautus in Amphitrione cum
II 199,18seruili schema pro schemate:
91b13f199,18book 63116 543 [sce]mate: pro ablativo hodie
II 199,19«nunc ne hunc ornatum uos meum admiremini, /
II 199,20quod ego huc processi sic cum seruili schema».

 

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