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Priscian, Ars grammatica: book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

Text of Priscian from Hertz ed., Grammatici Latini, vol. II, p. 249 (not a transcription from the St Gall manuscript).

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II 249,1«non illic Libycae posuerunt ditia gentes /
II 249,2templa»),
II 249,3hic et haec Samnīs huius Samnitis. sic Caesar de analogia .
104b33h249,3104b5book 6541 561 samnis: .i. biid do anmmaim inna cathrach ⁊ do anmmaim habitatoris ⁊ intan as nomen habitatoris is and biid neutar húad
[‘i.e. (Samnis) is as the name of the city and as the name of the inhabitant, and when it is the name of the inhabitant then there is a neuter (samnite) from it’] [analysis]
II 249,4Lucanus in II:
II 249,5«Romanaque Samnis /
II 249,6ultra Caudinas sperauit uulnera furcas».
104b35249,6book 64111 caudinas: " (104b36=249,6) furcas: "
104b35i249,6book 6571 +caudinas (. furcas): (m.d.) in orosio
II 249,7huius neutrum Naeuius Samnite protulit in carmine belli Punici,
104b37249,7book 64121 samnite: " (104b38=249,8) cuius: "
II 249,8ad cuius similitudinem debet etiam hoc dite dici. excipitur hic glīs
104b39k249,8104b6book 6543 glis: ní glitis dogní
[‘it is not glitis that it makes’] [analysis]
104b39l249,8book 6214 563 +glis: (m.d.) smaragdus dicit/ genus murium
II 249,9gliris, quod pro t r habuit, et haec uīs huius uis, cuius plurale similiter
II 249,10uis tam Lucretius quam Sallustius protulerunt. Lucretius in II:
II 249,11«sed quam multarum rerum uis possidet in se /
105a3a249,11105a1book 63115 211 vis: .i. inna nert
[‘i.e. the strengths (acc. pl.)’] [analysis]
105a4249,11book 613 sé . atque
II 249,12atque potestates».
II 249,13Sallustius in III historiarum: «male iam adsuetum ad omnis
II 249,14uis controuersiarum».
105a5b249,14book 63115 vís: .i. accusativus pluralis
II 249,15illa quoque tam in is quam in er finita nomina regulam seruant
II 249,16in er terminatorum, id est accepta is faciunt genetiuum, ut hic puluis
II 249,17et puluer pulueris, hic cucumis et cucumer cucumeris, hic cinis et
II 249,18ciner cineris, hic uomis et uomer uomeris. praeterea Caesar
II 249,19declinat pubis puberis; quidam, ut Probus, pubes puberis, quidam puber
105a12c249,19book 6313 212 pubis: cicero .i. cum aetatem significat
105a12249,19book 64122 pubis: .- (105a13=249,20) hoc: .-
II 249,20puberis. ex hoc tamen compositum inuenitur similem habens
II 249,21nominatiuum genetiuo, hic impubis huius impubis. Virgilius in V:
105a15d249,21book 652 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 249,22«inpubis Iuli».
II 249,23ab eo neutrum impube Horatius protulit in epodo:
II 249,24«ut haec trementi questus ore constitit /

 

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Manuscripts

G
St Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 904 (a. 851)
L
Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, BPL 67 (a. 838)
K
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. CXXXII (s. IXb)
E
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Latin 10290 (s. IXc–d)
M
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Cod. A 138 sup. (s. IX)
T
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 229 (C.1.8) (s. XI)

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Glosses

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et/ocus
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id est/ed-ón
= spiritus asper
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Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <http://stgallpriscian.ie/index.php?kV=2&kP=249&id=6704> [accessed 13 July 2024]