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Grammatici Latini II, p. 247: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 247,1Demostheni, Thucydidi, Euripidi pro Aristotelis, Demosthenis, Thucydidis,
II 247,2Euripidis ponentes. Virgilius in I:
II 247,3«praecipue pius Aeneas nunc acris Oronti, /
104a31n247,3book 652 +precipue .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
104a31o247,3book 6543 orenti: pro orentis
II 247,4nunc Amyci casum gemit».
II 247,5idem in eodem:
104a32p247,5book 652 +idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 247,6«Troas, relliquias Danaum atque inmitis Achilli»,
104a33q247,6book 6543 achili: pro achilis
II 247,7in II:
II 247,8«quis talia fando /
104a33r247,8book 652 quis .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 247,9Myrmidonum Dolopumue aut duri miles Vlixi».
II 247,10Terentius in heautontimorumeno:
II 247,11«Archonidi * filiam»
II 247,12pro Archonidis. Cicero in IIII Verrinarum: «in Timarchidi
104a36247,12book 64112 timarcidi: ., (104a37=247,12) [po]testate: .,
II 247,13potestate sociorum populi Romani antiquissimorum atque
II 247,14amicissimorum liberos, matresfamilias, bona fortunasque omnes
II 247,15fuisse». idem in eodem datiuum similiter protulit: «neque in praesentia
II 247,16Timarchidi quid responderet habuit». et magis secundum tertiam
104b1a247,16book 63114 543 timarcididi: .i. dativus
II 247,17ea proferunt nominatissimi auctores (idem in Arato:
II 247,18«sub pedibus profertur finita * Booti, /
II 247,19spicum inlustre tenens, splendenti corpore Virgo»,
II 247,20pro Bootis). Terentius in hecyra: «Callidemidem, hospitem /
104b5b247,20book 63116 543 *callide: .i. ablativus calles
II 247,21Myconium». Cicero in Protagora: «quid tu, unde tandem appares, o

 

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