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Grammatici Latini II, p. 289: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 289,1Ouidius in XIII metamorphoseon:
II 289,2«tuque tuis armis, nos te poteremur, Achille».
115b33r289,2book 752 +(m.l.) -v (Ovidius citatur)
115b33289,2146book 713 túque tuís armís nós te .. etc.
II 289,3idem in XII:
II 289,4«armiger ille tui fuerat genitoris, Achille»).
115b35s289,4book 752 +(m.l.) -v (Ovidius citatur)
II 289,5nec mirum, cum Graecorum quoque poetae similiter inueniantur protulisse
II 289,6uocatiuos in supra dicta terminatione. Ἀνακρέων·
115b37t289,6book 73232 (in) supradicta (terminatio[ne]): .i. in .é.
II 289,7«ἥλιε καλλιλαμπέτη»
II 289,8posuit pro καλλιλαμπέτα, Ἱππῶναξ·
II 289,9«εὔηθες κριτή»
115b40u289,9115b1book 73112 221 capite: vocativus graecus
[‘Greek vocativ’]
II 289,10pro κριτά, et Apollonius Argonauticorum in III:
115b40w289,10115b1abook 7543 capita: baed báriagoldae
[‘it were this that would be regular’] [analysis]
II 289,11«Αἰήτη, κείνην μὲν ἄφαρ διέχευαν ἄελλαι»
II 289,12pro Αἰήτα, in eodem:
II 289,13«Αἰήτη, σχέω μοι τῷδε στόλῳ, οὔτι γὰρ αὔτως»
II 289,14[in femininis etiam]. Alcaeus Νήρη pro Νήρης posuit et

 

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