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Grammatici Latini II, p. 346: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 346,1«ferit amne citato /
II 346,2Maliacas Sperchios aquas»),
II 346,3anguis ab angue uel angui (Statius in IIII:
II 346,4«angue ter excusso».
II 346,5Horatius in I epistularum:
II 346,6«alter Mileti textam cane peius et angui /
II 346,7uitabat chlamydem»).
II 346,8similiter ab ungue uel ungui (idem in eodem:
II 346,9«ad haec ego naribus uti /
II 346,10formido et, luctantis acuto ne secer ungui»).
II 346,11inuenitur etiam a minore uel minori, a leuiore uel leuiori et a
II 346,12maiore uel maiori. Iuuenalis in V:
II 346,13«numinibus miserum † urguebat Atlanta minori /
131a46e346,13book 752 +(m.l.) -v (Juvenalis citatur)
II 346,14pondere».
II 346,15Statius in VI Thebaidos:
II 346,16«numquam hunc animum natura minori /
II 346,17corpore nec tantas ausa est includere uires».
II 346,18Iuuenalis in III:
II 346,19«non defuit illi, /
131a49346,19book 713 illi ,
II 346,20unde emeret multa pascendum carne leonem /
131a50346,20book 713 leonem .
131a50f346,20book 752 +(m.l.) -v/ prod- (???) (Juvenalis citatur)
II 346,21iam domitum. constat leuiori belua sumptu /
131a51346,21book 711 leviorí
131a51346,21book 713 sumptu .
II 346,22nimirum et capiunt plus intestina poetae».
131a52346,22book 713 .. capiunt plus, intes,tína po,etae
II 346,23Lucanus in VII:
II 346,24«uixque reuulsa solo maiori pondere pressum /
131b1346,24book 713 pressum .
II 346,25signiferi mersere caput».

 

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