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Grammatici Latini II, p. 382: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 382,1literis testata sunt omnia», testata passiue, μαρτυρηθέντα. Aelius:
141a44t382,1book 8566[?] melius: proprium
II 382,2«inpubes libripens esse non potest neque antestari»,
II 382,3προδιαμαρτυρηθῆναι. Cato in IIII originum: «duo exules lege publica
141b2382,3book 84144 221 exsecra[ri]: " (141b3=382,4) καταραθηντες: "
II 382,4execrari», passiue, καταραθῆναι. Sallustius in III historiarum: «at
II 382,5Lucullum regis cura machinata fames breui fatigabat»,
141b4382,5book 812 curá
II 382,6machinata passiue dixit. Metellus Numidicus in oratione, qua apud
II 382,7populum G(aio) Manlio tribuno plebis respondit: «nam ut aliis
141b7a382,7book 8572 g.: gaio
II 382,8plerumque obuenienti magistratu ob metum statuae
II 382,9polliceantur», passiue, ἐπαγγελθῶσιν. reor quoque et uereor et solor.
141b10b382,9book 8543 reor (.. etc.): communia esse ostendit reliqua

 

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