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Grammatici Latini II, p. 511: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 511,1Frugi in II annalium: «quodcumque deliquisset,
II 511,2ignosciturum adfirmabat». notandum tamen, quod cognosco cognoui
II 511,3cognĭtum et agnosco agnoui agnĭtum in frequentiore usu faciunt, pro o
II 511,4paenultima producta, quam uetustissimi seruabant analogiam sequentes, i
II 511,5correptam adhibentia. unde Iuuenalis in I:
II 511,6«agnĭtus accipies, iubet a praecone uocari /
178a29511,6book 1013 vocari .
II 511,7ipsos Troiugenas»,
II 511,8Lucanus in II:
II 511,9«calida mihi cognĭtus axis /
178a30511,9book 1013 axis .
II 511,10Aegypto atque umbras numquam flectente Syene».
II 511,11Sallustius tamen secundum analogiam in II historiarum: «neque
II 511,12inermos ex proelio uiros quemquam agnōturum». Pacuuius
178a32e511,12178a2book 10543 agnoturum: .i. riagol arside
[‘i.e. a rule of the ancients’] [analysis]
II 511,13secundum utrumque protulit:
178a32f511,13178a3book 10543 utrunque: .i. iardligud arside ⁊ iar/sindligud dano/ fil hindiu.
[‘i.e. according to a rule of the ancients and also according to the rule which exists today’] [analysis]
178a32511,13book 104144 utrunque: " (178a33=511,14) cogni- ta: " (ibid.) agnota: "
178b m.s.abook 1059 (m.s.) criste benedic
II 511,14«in turba Oresti cognĭta agnōta est soror»).
II 511,15pasco paui seruauit in supino s solum: pastum. compesco compescui
II 511,16et dispesco dispescui et posco poposci et disco didici a praesenti
II 511,17tempore faciunt supinum mutatione o in i correptam et additione tum:
II 511,18posco poscĭtum, compesco compescĭtum, disco discĭtum. unde
II 511,19Apuleius participium futuri protulit in Phaedone de anima: «sic
II 511,20auditurum, sic disciturum, qui melius sit, haec omnia et singula
II 511,21sic agere aut pati, ut patiuntur atque agunt».
II 511,22in xi finientia praeteritum perfectum faciunt supinum secundum
II 511,23praedictam regulam: dixi dictum, duxi ductum; peperci uero uel parsi
II 511,24parsum facit supinum secundum in si terminantium regulam, unde
II 511,25parsurus participium futuri. Varro in laterensi:

 

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