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Grammatici Latini II, p. 292: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 292,1rum syllaba, ut ab hoc poeta, horum poetarum; ab hac Musa,
II 292,2harum Musarum: producitur enim a tam in ablatiuo singulari quam in
II 292,3genetiuo plurali. et notandum, quod omnes casus tam singularis quam
II 292,4pluralis numeri pares habent numero syllabas in hac declinatione, excepto
116b18b292,4book 73232 12 (in) hác: in prima
116b18292,4book 74122 genitivo: " (116b19=292,5) hic: "
II 292,5genetiuo plurali; hic enim abundat una syllaba. est autem quando hunc
II 292,6quoque per concisionem proferunt, et maxime in compositis et patronymicis,
116b20c292,6book 74221 proferunt: auctores
II 292,7ut Graiugenum pro Graiugenarum Virgilius in III:
II 292,8«Graiugenumque domos suspectaque linquimus arua».
116b23d292,8book 752 graiugenumque .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,9in eodem:
116b24e292,9book 752 eodem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,10«caprigenumque pecus nullo custode per herbam»
II 292,11pro caprigenarum. idem in VIII:
116b26f292,11book 752 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,12«optume Graiugenum, cui me fortuna precari».
116b27292,12book 711
II 292,13in eodem:
116b28g292,13book 752 eodem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,14«omnigenumque deum monstra et latrator Anubis».
II 292,15sic caelicolum pro caelicolarum et trinundinum pro trinundinarum
116b30h292,15116b1book 7211 trinumnundi[num]: na trinoi láithe
[‘the three spaces-of-nine-days’] [analysis]
II 292,16(Cicero pro Cornelio I: «ex promulgatione trinundinum dies
II 292,17ad ferendum potestasque uenisset»), amphorum pro
II 292,18amphorarum. Aeneadum quoque pro Aeneadarum Lucretius in primo uersu:
II 292,19«Aeneadum genetrix, hominum diuumque uoluptas».
II 292,20similiter Dardanidum pro Dardanidarum Virgilius in II:
116b38i292,20book 752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,21«o patria, o diuum domus Ilium et inclyta bello /
116b38292,21book 711 ó (di[vum])
II 292,22moenia Dardanidum».
II 292,23idem in XI:
116b40k292,23book 752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 292,24«uariusque per ora cucurrit /
II 292,25Ausonidum turbata fremor».
117a1a292,25book 7543 ausonidum: pro ausonidarum

 

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