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Grammatici Latini II, p. 200: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 200,1Valerius in Phormione:
II 200,2«quid hic cum tragicis uersis et syrma facis?»
II 200,3pro syrmate. Plautus in Persa:
II 200,4«† theatrum lepida condecorat schema».
91b17200,4book 64111 lepida: " (ibid.) scema: " {= E 56v8-9}
91b17g200,491b3book 6211 lepida: .i. sulbair {= L 58r18 a}
[‘i.e. cheerful’] [analysis]
91b17h200,4book 6212 +lepida: fulgida
II 200,5Caecilius in hypobolimaeo:
91b19k200,5book 6566[?] cicilius: proprium
II 200,6«filius in † me incedit satis hilara schema».
II 200,7Pomponius in satura:
II 200,8«cuiusuis leporis Liber diademam dedit»,
II 200,9pro diadema. Laberius in cancro:
91b19i200,9book 63115 543 deiadima: .i. pro accusativo hodie
91b20l200,9book 6566[?] liberius: proprium
91b20m200,9book 6566[?] cancrone: nomen artis
II 200,10«nec Pythagoream dogmam doctus».
II 200,11Plautus in milite glorioso:
II 200,12«glaucumam ob oculos obiciemus eumque ita /
91b22n200,1291b4book 63115 543 glaucomam: .i. áinsid dano cetni diil laarsidi
[‘i.e. the accusative, then, of the first declension with the ancients’] [analysis]
II 200,13faciemus, ut quod uiderit ne uiderit».


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