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Grammatici Latini III, p. 113: Priscian, book 17 (De constructione)

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III 113,1est enim dimetrum iambicum coniunctum penthemimeri heroicae. sed etiam
III 113,2duae syllabae in unam coëunt, ut Virgilius in VI:
239b2a113,2book 17571 13 unam: .episynaliphe secundum donatum
239b2b113,2book 1752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 113,3«fixerit aeripedem ceruam licet aut Erymanthi /
III 113,4placarit nemora»,
III 113,5aeripedem pro aëripedem, tetrasyllabum protulit pro pentasyllabo.
III 113,6sed etiam dictio diuiditur, ut si dicam: res publica felix est et res felix
III 113,7est publica; magister militum fortis, militum fortis magister. Virgilius
239b7c113,7book 1752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 113,8in III georgicon:
III 113,9«septem subiecta trioni»,
239b8d113,9book 17571 13 ([septem]) subiecta (trioni): t├emesis secundum donatum
III 113,10pro septemtrioni subiecta. etiam diuisa possunt coniungi, ut malefida,
III 113,11argiletum, huiusmodi, malesana. orationibus similiter accidentes
239b9e113,11book 17541 argiletum: .mors argi. reliqua
239b9113,11book 1758?[?] argiletum: (m.d.) X
III 113,12coniunctiones est quando coniungunt duas uel plures orationes, est quando
III 113,13subtractae dissoluunt, ut:
III 113,14«conticuere omnes intentique ora tenebant»,
239b12f113,14book 1752 conticuere .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
III 113,15Virgilius in II. idem in eodem:
239b13g113,15book 1752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 113,16«Acamasque Thoasque /
III 113,17Pelidesque Neoptolemus primusque Machaon»;
III 113,18contra:
III 113,19«alii naualibus ite, /
239b15h113,19book 1752 alii .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
239b15i113,19book 17571 13 ite (ferte): .dialiton secundum donatum
III 113,20ferte citi ferrum, date tela, impellite remos!»

 

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