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Grammatici Latini II, p. 344: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 344,1faciunt ablatiuum in uis uel guis uel ctis uel mnis uel gnis
131a8344,1book 758?[?] (m.l.) o (guis .. gnis inter se mutata sunt in Ms.)
131a8344,1book 74141 faciunt: " (ibid.) ablativum: " (131a9=344,2) nomina: "
II 344,2terminantia nomina nominatiuum et alia fere omnia, quorum extrema syllaba
II 344,3in is desinit a duabus incipiens consonantibus, ut auis ab aue uel
II 344,4aui (Horatius in I carminum:
II 344,5«Nereus fata: mala ducis aui domum, /
II 344,6quam multo repetet Graecia milite»),
II 344,7nauis a naue uel naui (Cicero de suppliciis: «quo enim tibi
II 344,8naui opus fuit?». Terentius in Andria:
II 344,9«naui fracta apud Andrum [insulam]».
II 344,10idem in heautontimorumeno:
II 344,11«aduenientem, e naui egredientem ilico /
II 344,12abduxi ad cenam».
II 344,13in eadem:
II 344,14«dies triginta aut plus ego in naui fui».
II 344,15Virgilius uero per e protulit in V:
II 344,16«at media Mnestheus incedens naue per ipsos /
II 344,17hortatur socios»),
II 344,18ciuis a ciue uel ciui (Iuuenalis in IIII:
II 344,19«quid illo ciue tulisset /
II 344,20natura in terris».
II 344,21Cicero in Verrinarum IIII: «quod Siculus a ciui Romano, ciuis
II 344,22Romanus datur * primum suae legis, quod ciuis cum ciui
131a23344,22book 758?[?] (m.l.) o (quod civis civi agere Ms.)

 

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