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Grammatici Latini II, p. 245: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 245,1Gigantis] Γύγου et Γύγητος, Κόμης [proprium] Κόμου et Κόμητος,
II 245,2μύκης μύκου et μύκητος, Μύνης Μύνου et Μύνητος, Ποδῆς Ποδοῦ
II 245,3et Ποδῆτος, Μέγης Μέγου et Μέγητος, Πύδης Πύδου et Πύδητος.
II 245,4similiter Thales, Apelles, Menes, Ageles, Calles, Dares uarie
103b35245,4book 658 (m.l.) ox (ταλλες corr. gloss. (?L? ex οαδες; Thales H.)
II 245,5declinantur. unde Virgilius duplicem accusatiuum Graecum protulit in V:
103b37k245,5book 652 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 245,6Dareta et Daren, illos secutus, qui Ποδῆτα et Ποδῆν, Μέγητα et
103b38l245,6book 63232 illos: graecos
103b39m245,6book 6221 543 πουδετα (et ποιδην): duplices accusativi
II 245,7Μέγην protulerunt, ut:
II 245,8«praecipitemque Daren ardens agit aequore toto»,
103b41n245,8book 652 [precipi]temtemque: (m.l.) virgilius
103b41o245,8book 6572 agit: entulus
II 245,9in eodem:
104a1a245,9book 652 in eodem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 245,10«sed finem inposuit pugnae fessumque Dareta».
II 245,11sin in ου terminent genetiuum Graecum, primae erunt declinationis, ut
104a3b245,11book 642210[?] *(primae) declinationis: .i. sunt
104a3245,11book 653 in ou: (m.l.) = (cf. 104a24=246,13)
II 245,12Ἀχάτης Ἀχάτου, Achates Achatae, Ἀγχίσης Ἀγχίσου, Anchises
104a4c245,12book 6566[?] +achates: proprium
II 245,13Anchisae. saepissime tamen huiuscemodi nomina antiqui et secundum
II 245,14tertiam protulerunt declinationem, ut Orontes Orontae et Orontis,
II 245,15Timarchides Timarchidae et Timarchidis, Herodes Herodae et Herodis.
104a8d245,15104a1book 6571?[?] 541?[?] erodes: .i. e. glan airdixe and issed dogní hirodes
[‘i.e. e pure long in it: this is what Herodes makes’] [analysis]
II 245,16Horatius in II epistularum:


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