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Grammatici Latini II, p. 227: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 227,1eorum causa». G(aius) Licinius in II: «peruersum esse alii modi
II 227,2postulare». Caesar in Anticatone priore: «uno enim excepto,
II 227,3quem alius modi atque omnis natura finxit, suos quisque
II 227,4habet caros». uni pro unius Titinius in barbato:
98b1a227,4book 63113 uni: .i. genitivus
II 227,5«quod quidem pol mulier dicet, /
II 227,6namque uni collegi sumus».
II 227,7ipsi pro ipsius Afranius in homine:
98b4227,7book 64122 afranius: ., (98b6=227,9) idem: .,
II 227,8«ipsi me uelle uestimenta dicito».
98b4b227,8book 63113 ipsí: .i. genitivus
II 227,9toti pro totius idem in suspecta:
II 227,10«adeo ut te satias caperet toti familiae».
98b7c227,10book 63113 53 toti (familiae): genitivus feminini in .í. ut in pronomine ostendet
II 227,11soli pro solius Cato in I originum: «nam de omni Tusculana
98b8d227,11book 6571 +soli pro solius: (m.l.) in basili-
II 227,12ciuitate soli Lucii Mamilii beneficium gratum fuit». idem
II 227,13nulli pro nullius: «qui tantisper nulli rei sies, dum nihil agas».
II 227,14potest tamen hic datiuus accipi: nulli rei pro nulli utilitati.
98b12e227,1498b1book 64228 *potest: .i. rombí fri tobarthid in hoc exemplo
[‘i.e. it can be with the dative in this example’] [analysis]
98b13f227,14book 63113 nulli (utilitati): .i. genitivus
98b13227,14book 658 (m.d.) ¹ (indicat errorem in gl. f)
II 227,15Terentius in Andria:
II 227,16«quandoquidem tam iners, tam nulli consili».
II 227,17ulli pro ullius Plautus in Truculento:

 

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