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Priscian, Ars grammatica: book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

Text of Priscian from Hertz ed., Grammatici Latini, vol. II, p. 523 (not a transcription from the St Gall manuscript).

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II 523,1comestum quam epotum in uenas atque in omnes partes
II 523,2corporis permanaret?».
II 523,3in go r antecedente, si non sint a regendo composita, go in
II 523,4si conuertentia faciunt praeteritum perfectum, ut mergo mersi, spargo
II 523,5sparsi, tergo tersi. dicitur tamen et tergeo. alia uero in xi
II 523,6conuertunt go praesentis et faciunt supra dictum tempus, ut rego rexi,
II 523,7cingo cinxi, ango anxi, tingo tinxi, pingo pinxi. a regendo
II 523,8composita, quamuis in praesenti syncopam e paenultimae patiantur, tamen
II 523,9in praeterito perfecto eam euphoniae causa seruant, ut porgo porrexi,
II 523,10pergo perrexi, surgo surrexi. nam porrigo et corrigo et arrigo
181a13d523,10181a1book 10541 nam: nifil ráthugud forsuidib
[‘there is no guarantee (?) for these’] [analysis]
II 523,11e in i conuertentia aptissime seruant secundum proportionem simplicis
II 523,12declinationem. excipiuntur frango fregi, ago egi, lego legi, quorum
181a15523,12book 104142 excipi[untur]: :- (181a21=523,17) pango: :-
II 523,13composita sequuntur simplicium declinationem: confringo confregi,
II 523,14perfringo perfregi, exigo exegi, subigo subegi, cogo coegi, perlego
181a17523,14book 1012 exé[gi]
II 523,15perlegi, relego relegi. excipiuntur ex hoc composita: neglego neglexi
181a18523,15book 1053 relego relegi: (m.l.) o- (cf. 181b10)
181a18e523,15181a2book 10543 ex[cipiuntur]: ni in gi fóidit asech-madachte
[‘it is not in -gi that they end (lit. send off) their preterite’] [analysis]
181a19523,15book 1053 [ex]cipiuntur: (m.l.) ├'' (cf. 181b6")
181a19f523,15book 103232 hoc: .i. lego
181a19g523,15book 10541 composita: .i. significationem motan- tia
II 523,16et intellego, quod antiqui interlego proferebant, intellexi et diligo
II 523,17dilexi. pango quoque pegi et ex eo impingo impegi facit.
II 523,18Pacuuius in Medo:
II 523,19«tonsillam pegi laeuo in litore».
II 523,20Lucanus in V:
II 523,21«sufficit ad fatum belli fauor iste laborque /
II 523,22fortunae, quod te nostris inpegit arenis».
II 523,23simplex tamen pango etiam pepigi facit secundum Charisium et
II 523,24panxi. sed antiqui pago quoque dicebant pro paciscor. Cicero in
181a25h523,24181a3book 10541 pago: .i. combad hoṡuidiu iarum pepigi
[‘i.e. from this would be then pepigi’] [analysis]
II 523,25II ad Herennium: «pacta sunt, quae legibus obseruanda sunt,

 

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Manuscripts

G
St Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 904 (a. 851)
L
Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, BPL 67 (a. 838)
K
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. CXXXII (s. IXb)
E
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Latin 10290 (s. IXc–d)
M
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Cod. A 138 sup. (s. IX)
T
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 229 (C.1.8) (s. XI)

Lemmata

[ ]
the enclosed part is in the preceding or following line in the MS
+
the gloss is not in the hand of the usual glossator A (in all MSS)
*
the gloss explains a corrupt lemma and/or sentence

Glosses

7
et/ocus
.i.
id est/ed-ón
= spiritus asper
< >
part of the gloss is illegible [note: < > sometimes also enclose later additions in the MS; these are being revised and distinguished with ( )]
[ ]
letters which should be deleted
abc
letters marked as deleted (but legible) in the MS
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <http://www.stgallpriscian.ie/index.php?kV=2&kP=523> [accessed 28 February 2024]