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Grammatici Latini II, p. 4: Priscian, Praefatio

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II 4,1octauus de uerbo et eius accidentibus.
2b21o4,1Praefatio52 Octavus: (m.l.) VIII
II 4,2nonus de regulis generalibus omnium coniugationum.
2b22p4,2Praefatio52 Nonus: (m.l.) VIIII
II 4,3decimus de praeterito perfecto.
2b24q4,3Praefatio52 Decimus: (m.l.) X
II 4,4undecimus de participio.
2b25r4,4Praefatio52 Undecimus: (m.l.) XI
II 4,5duodecimus et tertiusdecimus de pronomine.
2b26s4,5Praefatio52 Duodecimus: (m.l.) XII
2b26t4,5Praefatio52 tertius decimus: XIII
II 4,6quartusdecimus de praepositione.
2b27u4,6Praefatio52 Quartus decimus: (m.l.) XIIII
II 4,7quintusdecimus de aduerbio et interiectione.
2b28w4,7Praefatio52 Quintus decimus: (m.l.) XV
II 4,8sextusdecimus de coniunctione.
2b29x4,8Praefatio52 Sextus decimus: (m.l.) XVI
II 4,9septimusdecimus et octauusdecimus de constructione siue ordinatione
2b30y4,9Praefatio52 Septimus decimus: (m.l.) XVII
2b31z4,9Praefatio52 Octavus decimus: (m.l.) XVIII
2b31a4,92b3Praefatio211 543 (de) constructione: .i. dligeth n-immognama rann
[‘i.e. law of construction of parts’] [analysis]
II 4,10partium orationis inter se.


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