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Grammatici Latini II, p. 444: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 444,1idem in I Aeneidos:
II 444,2«feruet opus redolentque thymo fragrantia mella».
160a31e444,2book 852 fervet .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
160a31f444,2book 8563 572 timo: .i. flore.
II 444,3idem in X:
II 444,4«postremi addensent acies».
160a32g444,4book 852 postremi .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 444,5idem in I georgicon:
II 444,6«et Iuppiter umidus austris /
II 444,7denset, erant quae rara modo, et quae densa
II 444,8relaxat».
II 444,9Lucanus in IIII:
II 444,10«densaturque globus, quantum pede prima relato /
II 444,11adstringit gyros acies»),
II 444,12tueor tueris et tuor tueris (Statius in I Achilleidos:
II 444,13«namque modo infensos utero mihi contuor enses».
II 444,14Lucretius in VI:
II 444,15«dilutaque contra /
II 444,16cum tuimur misceri absinthia, tangit amaror»),
II 444,17oleo oles et olo olis (Afranius in fratriis:
II 444,18«non potest, quin illa stacta longeque et cunctis olat».
II 444,19Plautus in mustellaria:
II 444,20«non omnes possunt olĕre unguenta exotica»,
II 444,21nam nisi corripias paenultimam, iambus stare non potest. Terentius
II 444,22in adelphis:
II 444,23«olet unguenta de meo»),
II 444,24excello excellis et excelleo excelles (Lucretius in I:

 

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