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Grammatici Latini II, p. 276: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 276,1in eus Graeca sunt et us in i mutantia faciunt genetiuum: hic
II 276,2Tydeus Tydei. in huiuscemodi tamen terminatione quaedam inueniuntur
II 276,3mutatione eus diphthongi in es longam prolata, ut Ἀχιλλεύς Achillēs,
II 276,4Περσεύς Persēs, Οὐλιξεύς Vlixēs, in quo Doris sequimur, qui pro
112a40276,4book 64121 dores: .- (112b1=276,4) qui: .-
II 276,5Φυλεύς Φύλης, pro Ὀρφεύς Ὄρφης et Ὄρφην dicunt, pro Τυδεύς
II 276,6Τύδης. sic Antimachus in I Thebaidos:
II 276,7«Τύδης τ᾽ Οἰνείδης»,
II 276,8et uocatiuum in e productam:
II 276,9«τὸν καὶ φωνήσας προσέφης, Οἰνήϊε Τύδη»,
II 276,10teste Herodiano, qui hoc ponit in I catholicorum . similiter Ibycus
112b7a276,10book 6566[?] ybicus: proprium
II 276,11«ὀνομακλυτὸν Ὄρφην»

 

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