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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. 253 (not a transcription from the St Gall manuscript).

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II 253,1in os masculina ablata s, addita ris faciunt genetiuum, ut hic
II 253,2lepos leporis, ros roris, mos moris, flos floris. excipitur nepos
105b37u253,2book 6543 nepos: non addita .ris. facit
II 253,3nepotis, quod quidam commune putauerunt, quamuis femininum sit
II 253,4neptis. alia uero omnia in tis desinunt, ut hic et haec sacerdos
II 253,5sacerdotis, hic et haec compos huius compotis. Liuius in XXVI:
105b39w253,5105b6book 6211 compos: comascnidaid
[‘‘together’-obtainer’] [analysis]
II 253,6«profecto satis compotem mentis esse». o tamen in hoc solo corripitur.
106a2a253,6book 63232 hoc: .i. nomine quod est compos
II 253,7Seneca in Phaedra:
106a3253,7book 64122 phedra: " (106a4=253,9) eadem: "
II 253,8«Hippolyte, me nunc compŏtem uoti facis».
II 253,9in eadem:
II 253,10«compŏte uoto»,
II 253,11et est adonium. eius contrarium impos impotis. Accius in I
106a4b253,11book 613 423 adonium: metrum
106a4c253,11book 63232 eius: .i. compotis
106a5d253,11106a1book 6211 impos: neph ascnaidid
[‘nonobtainer’] [analysis]
106a5e253,11book 6566[?] didascali[con]: nomen artis
II 253,12didascalicon:
II 253,13«falsidica, audax, /
II 253,14gnati mater pessimi, odibilis, natura impos, /
II 253,15excors, ecfera».
II 253,16similiter haec cos cotis, haec dos dotis. excipitur hic et haec bos
II 253,17bouis, quod ideo assumit genetiuo u loco digamma, quia Aeolis quoque
106a9253,17book 653 ideo .. etc.: (m.l.) O (cf. 106a14=253,20)
106a10253,17book 64121 eoles: " (106a11=253,18) quos: "
II 253,18solent inter duas uocales eiusdem dictionis digamma ponere, quos in
106a11253,18book 64122 ponere: :- (106a15=253,22) hoc: :-
II 253,19multis nos sequimur, ὄϜις ouis, ΔᾶϜος Dauus, ὠϜόν ouum (unde in
106a13f253,19book 6543 nominativo: bos
II 253,20nominatiuo quoque huius nominis illos sequimur. nam et Aeolis et Doris
106a13g253,20book 63232 (huius) nominis: bovis
106a13253,20book 64122 illos: .- (106a14=253,20) eoles: .-
106a14253,20book 653 nam .. etc.: (m.l.) O (cf. 106a9=253,17)
II 253,21βῶς dicunt pro βοῦς, ου diphthongum in o longam uertentes. et
II 253,22quod hoc uerum est, ostendunt epigrammata uetustissima, quae literis
106a16h253,22106a2book 6211 epigrammata: innaforliterdi
[‘the epigrams’] [analysis]
106a16253,22book 64121 epigrammata: " (106a17=253,22) quae: "
II 253,23antiquissimis scripta in multis tripodibus legi et maxime in tripode Apollinis,
106a18253,23book 658 (m.l.) ox (cf. comm.)
106a18253,23book 64143 legi: .- (ibid.) et: .-
106a18253,23book 64121 tripode: " (106a19=254,1) qui: "


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Conspectus siglorum


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


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Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 8 December 2023]