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Grammatici Latini II, p. 515: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 515,1«donec uetuerunt castra, cecidit»),
II 515,2pedo pepedi. Horatius in I sermonum:
II 515,3«uin tu /
II 515,4curtis Iudaeis obpedere? :: nulla mihi, inquam, /
II 515,5religio est».
II 515,6idem in eodem:
II 515,7«nam displosa sonat quantum uesica, pepedi».
179a26515,7book 1058 (m.l.) ., (in eodem om. Ms. vel magis ve*sica)
II 515,8ab eo quod est sīdo praeteritum non inueni. Lucanus in III:
II 515,9«sidentia pessum /
II 515,10corpora caesa tenent».
II 515,11Virgilius ex eo compositum in V:
II 515,12«subsidunt undae tumidumque sub axe tonanti /
179a29h515,12book 1052 subsidunt .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 515,13sternitur aequor aquis».
II 515,14eius passiuum Statius protulit in II Thebaidos:
II 515,15«summisque insiditur astris».
II 515,16cūdo secundum Diomeden et Charisium et Phocam cusi,
179a32i515,16book 104228 cusi: facit
II 515,17secundum alios cudi. et uidetur etiam Virgilius sic protulisse in I
179a33515,17book 104122 cudi: .- (ibid.) sic: .-
179a33515,17book 104142 videtur: ., (179a35=515,21) enim: .,
179a33k515,17book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 515,18Aeneidos:
II 515,19«ac primum silicis scintillam excudit Achates /
179a34515,19book 104145 excudit: . (179a34=515,20) suscepit-que: .
II 515,20suscepitque ignem foliis».
II 515,21excudit enim tam praesens quam praeteritum potest intellegi, sed quia
II 515,22suscepit subiunxit, melius praeteritum intellegitur. idque etiam Seruius
179a36l515,22179a6book 10543 suscepit: .i. ar ata sechmadachte nail and ideo preteritum est aní as cudit
[‘i.e. because there is another preterite there, therefore cudit is preterite’] [analysis]
II 515,23in commentario Aeneidos comprobat his uerbis: «excudit autem

 

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