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Grammatici Latini II, p. 519: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 519,1deposco depoposci. a curro composita utroque modo prolata
180a15c519,1book 10543 utroque: aliquando duplicant aliquan- do non duplicant
II 519,2inueniuntur ab auctoribus, ut decurro decurri et decucurri. excipitur etiam
II 519,3diuido, quod praeteritum diuisi facit. supina illa quidem, quae a do
180a16d519,3book 10542 divido: quia non divididi facit
II 519,4componuntur, mutant o in i correptam et assumunt tum, ut reddo
II 519,5redditum, credo creditum, perdo perditum. alia uero omnia do in
II 519,6sum conuertunt, ut ludo lusum, rado rasum, caedo caesum,
II 519,7defendo defensum, tundo tunsum. Virgilius in IIII georgicon:
180a22519,7book 1058 (m.d.) ox (tusum ex tussum cum punct. del., sive profuit Prisc., proderit Virg. (cf. Ms. K in app. cr. H.)
180a22e519,7book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilii/ georgicon .IIII.o
II 519,8«profuit et tunsum gallae admiscere saporem».
II 519,9idem in I eorundem:
180a23f519,9book 1052 idem: (m.l.) virgilii/ georgicon .I.
II 519,10«durum procudit arator /
II 519,11uomeris obtunsi dentem, cauat arbore lintres».
II 519,12cudo similiter cusum. idem in eodem:
180a25g519,12book 1052 idem: (m.l.) virgilii/ georgicon .I.
II 519,13«lapidemque reuertens /
II 519,14incusum aut atrae massam picis urbe reportat».
II 519,15cado quoque cāsum facit, ca tamen paenultima producta. in omni
II 519,16enim supino siue participio praeteriti producitur a paenultima, exceptis
II 519,17dătum et stătum et sătum et rătum. illud etiam sciendum, quod
180a29h519,17book 1053 datum et statum et satum et ratum: (m.l.) ├" retro (cf. 53b3; 169b14; 195a25)
II 519,18n ante do habentia, quae amittunt n in praeterito, amittunt eandem in
II 519,19supino et geminant s, si sit paenultima breuis in praeterito, ut findo fĭdi
II 519,20fissum, scindo scĭdi scissum. sin producatur, unam s habet, fundo
II 519,21fūdi fusum; composita simplicium terminationes sequuntur. cedo etiam
II 519,22cessum et pando passum faciunt, quamuis etiam a patior et a
180a35519,22book 104142 pa*sum (n): " (ibid.) quamvis: "
180a35519,22book 104144 pa*sum (n): ..- (180a38=519,26) pa-sis: ..-
180a36519,22book 104144 patior: : (ibid.) pateo: : (180a37=519,24) pasis: :
II 519,23pateo passum dicimus. unde Virgilius in III:
180a36519,23book 104142 pasum: " (ibid.) unde: "
180a36i519,23book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 519,24«at pater Anchises passis de litore palmis».
II 519,25idem in I:
II 519,26«crinibus Iliades passis peplumque ferebant».

 

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