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Grammatici Latini III, p. 26: Priscian, book 14 (De praepositione)

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III 26,1extra, infra, inter, intra, cum sint deriuatiua, magis aduerbia esse
III 26,2uidentur praepositiua quam praepositiones. possunt enim haec etiam sine
213a1b26,2book 143232 haec: .i. adversum ⁊ reliqua
III 26,3casualibus uerbis adiungi, ut ego in campo curro, tu extra, ego supra
III 26,4aspicio, tu infra; sic etiam similia. sciendum tamen, quod omnia
III 26,5aduerbia, quae solent casibus adiungi, Romani artium scriptores inter
III 26,6praepositiones posuerunt, quia sunt praepositiua casualium et grauantur
213a626,6book 144142 posuerunt: " (ibid.) quia: "
213a6c26,6213a1book 1435 4228 quia: .i. is airi insin darigensat
[‘i.e. it is therefore they have done it’] [analysis]
213a7d26,6book 1452 gravantur: (m.l.) Accentus
213a7e26,6213a2book 14211 541 gravantur: graif foraib olṡodain as sainreth do remsuidigthib
[‘the grave accent on them, which is peculiar to prepositions’] [analysis]
III 26,7omnibus syllabis uel quia interpretatio eorum apud Graecos modo
213a7f26,7213a3book 14543 interpretatio: .i. inson fritaindle lagrecu
[‘i.e. the word which corresponds to them with the Greeks’] [analysis]
III 26,8praepositionis modo aduerbii uim obtinet, ut:
213a8g26,8book 14421 ut: .i. exemplum
III 26,9«ante ora patrum»;
III 26,10hic ante τὸ πρό significat, quod est praepositio Graeca. at uero:
213a926,10book 144121 pro: (. (ibid.) quod: (.
213a1026,10book 144141 at: .- (213a12=26,14) significat: .-
III 26,11«ante leues ergo pascentur in aethere cerui»
III 26,12et:
III 26,13«ante pererratis amborum finibus exul»,
213a11h26,13book 1452 572 ante .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilii/ bocolica
III 26,14hic ante τὸ πρότερον significat et est sine dubio aduerbium. similiter
213a1126,14book 14111[?] híc
213a12i26,14213a4book 14421 ante: aní as .ante.
[‘that wich is ante’] [analysis]
III 26,15contra quando κατά significat, loco praepositionis est accipiendum, ut
213a1326,15book 144122 contra: : (213a16=26,17) eius: :
III 26,16contra contionem Metelli; cum uero τὸ ἐξεναντίας, quod proprium
III 26,17est eius, significat, aduerbium est sine dubio, ut ego in hanc partem
III 26,18specto, tu contra. Iuuenalis in I:
III 26,19«stat contra starique iubet»;
III 26,20aduersum quoque ideo praepositionem esse putauerunt, quia pro ἐπί
III 26,21praepositione Graeca solet aliquando poni, ut Terentius in Andria:
III 26,22«† idque aduersum te gratum fuisse habeo gratiam»;
III 26,23quando autem τὸ ἐναντίως significat, magis aduerbium ostenditur, ut
III 26,24Terentius in Phormione:
III 26,25« † ei loco exaduersum /
213a23k26,25book 1434 543 exadversum: .i. adverbium
III 26,26tonstrina erat quaedam».
III 26,27secundum quoque, quando pro κατά et μετά accipitur, loco
213a24l26,27book 14543 *κατα: .i. prepositione
213a25m26,27book 14543 *μετα: adverbio
III 26,28praepositionis est. Sallustius in Iugurthino: «secundum ea, uti
213a26n26,28book 1436 543 secundum (ea): prepositio

 

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