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Grammatici Latini II, p. 484: Priscian, book 9 (De generali uerbi declinatione)

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II 484,1obeo obitus, ὁ τεθνεώς; occido occasus, ὁ δύνας; potus, ὁ πεπωκὼς
171b42m484,1book 925 potus: a verbo poto
172a m.s.abook 959 (m.s.) χb- (Christe benedic)
II 484,2καὶ ὁ ποθείς, ut iuratus ὁ ὀμόσας καὶ ὁ ὀμοθείς. Catullus:
II 484,3«sed haec * fuere; nunc recondita /
II 484,4senet quiete»;
172a2484,4book 94142 senet: " (172a2=484,5) enim: "
II 484,5senesco enim inchoatiuum est. Sallustius in IIII historiarum:
172a2b484,5172a1book 94226 25 senesco: huandí as seneo
[‘from seneo’] [analysis]
II 484,6«omnes quibus senecto corpore animus militaris erat».
II 484,7Caelius in IIII: «custodibus discessis multi interficiuntur».
II 484,8Claudius: «pugna acriter commissa multis utrimque interitis».
II 484,9Laeuius in Protesilao:
II 484,10«cupidius miserulo obito».
II 484,11Lucilius in II:
II 484,12«quae horis sublata duabus /
II 484,13omnia sunt sole occaso ductoque».
II 484,14a decresco quoque decretum Laeuius protulit in III
II 484,15erotopaegnion:
II 484,16«nocte dieque /
II 484,17decretum et auctum».
II 484,18Terentius in hecyra:
II 484,19«quid ais? cum uirgine una adulescens cubuerit /
II 484,20plus potus».
II 484,21hoc tamen idem Iuuenalis passiue protulit in IIII:
II 484,22«epotaque flumina Medo /
II 484,23prandente»,

 

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