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Grammatici Latini II, p. 383: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 383,1Cicero ad Nepotem: «hoc restiterat etiam, ut a te fictis
II 383,2adgrederer donis», adgrederer passiue dixit, ἐνεδρευθῶ. in eodem: «qui
141b12383,2book 812 donís
II 383,3habet ultro appetitur, qui est pauper aspernatur», passiue,
141b13383,3book 858?[?] (m.l.) .. (in eodem .. est sine err.; *** (asper pro pauper del.) 141b14)
II 383,4ἐξουθενεῖται. Nepos: «aedis Martis est in circo Flaminio
141b14c383,4book 8566[?] 3111 nepos: proprium nominativus
II 383,5architectata ab Hermodoro Salaminio», architectata passiue posuit,
141b16383,5book 84144 221 architectata (pasive): " (141b17=383,5) αρχιτεκτονυεισα: "
II 383,6ἀρχιτεκτονευθεῖσα. Ennius:
II 383,7«adsectari se omnes cupiunt»,
141b18383,7book 8111[?]
II 383,8adsectari passiue, ἀκολουθεῖσθαι. Alpheus philologus:
141b18383,8book 84144 221 assectari: " (141b19=383,8) ακοδουθεισθαι: "
II 383,9«Themistocles cum a formoso adsectaretur», passiue, ἠκολουθεῖτο.
141b20383,9book 84144 221 assectaretur: " (141b21=383,9) εκολορεστο: "
II 383,10Aufustius: «omnia argumentata nomina», argumentata passiue,
II 383,11πιστωθέντα. Caelius: «ex scriptis eorum, qui ueri arbitrantur»,
II 383,12passiue, ὑπολαμβάνονται. Verrius:
II 383,13«blanditusque labor molli curabitur arte»,
II 383,14blanditus, κολακευθείς, passiuam habet hic significationem. Asinius
141b26383,14book 8111[?] híc
II 383,15Pollio: «sed cum ob ea quae speraueram dolebam, consolabar

 

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