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Grammatici Latini II, p. 384: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 384,1ob ea quae timui», consolabar passiue protulit. Varro: «paupertas
II 384,2enim haec tum non ita nutricata, ut nunc conspicatur»,
II 384,3θεωρεῖται, passiue dixit. Appius Caecus:
II 384,4«amicum cum uides, obliscere miserias, /
II 384,5inimicus sies commentus nec libens aeque»,
II 384,6commentus σεσοφισμένος. Varro: «Vestales incesti conpertae
II 384,7ansa petuntur incognita, consecuta negleguntur», consecuta
II 384,8pro impetrata passiue ait. P(ublius) Aufidius: «si quis alio uocitatur
141b34d384,8book 8572 p.: puplius
II 384,9nomine tum cum lis contestatur, atque olim uocitabatur»,
II 384,10contestatur, μαρτυρεῖται, passiue posuit. Laberius:
II 384,11«uxorem tuam / et meam nouercam a populo lapidibus /
II 384,12consectari uideo»,
II 384,13consectari passiue posuit, διώκεσθαι. Curio: «eum tam inuidiosa
141b39e384,13book 8566[?] *διοκεσται: proprium

 

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