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3a17uII 5,11book 152 572 arma virumque cano: (m.l.) virgilius {= K 2v31}
8a9lII 15,13book 152 572 [at venus].. etc.: (m.l.) Vergilius
11a19eII 22,2211a3book 1211 572 23 pedo: braigim nam displosa sona quantum vesíca pepedi .. ⁊ fit pedo nomen animalis ut .isidorus dicit.
[‘I fart; ‘for as loud as the noise of a bursting bladder was the crack when my figwood buttock split’. And ‘pedo’ (one who has broad feet, a splay-foot) is the name of an animal, as Isidore says, etc.’] [analysis]
13a18mII 26,22book 1572 [ig]nipotens: vulcanus {= E 11r24 .i. ulcanus}
14b12oII 30,3book 152 572 illum .. etc: (m.l.) virgilius {cf. E 12r13 in primo libro}
14b12pII 30,3book 1572 illum: vidi
14b12qII 30,3book 1572 expirantem: aiacem filium olei {= E 12r13}
15a32eeII 31,17book 1566[?] 572 orrhena: (m.l.) virgilianus horr eus filius regis latinorum in cuius honorem apud latinos horhena facta sunt id est dies lugubres atque tristes in quibus omnes latini suos mortuos profusis lacrimis flebant horrheus vero ob orrorem faciei nominatus est {= K 8v8 a horr eus] horreus vero K; fauni post filius add. K; apud Latinos] om. K; horrhena K; omnes om. K; pirrus enim prius dictus est inde festa horrhena id est horribilia atque lugubria dicuntur.., post nominatus est add. K}
15b7fII 32,5book 153 572 13 viros: (m.d.) vide post casum aut ovium foetus .i. glanad .u. ⁊ s. aut urentis culta capellas reliqua
[‘i.e. elision of u and s (aut ouium foet’ aut..).’] [analysis]
17b31bbII 36,20book 1221 572 φυγη: anima {= E 14r18 .i. add. E}
18b36xII 39,13book 1572 ulixes: filius lertis filii sissi filii eoli
20a32ddII 42,18book 1566[?] 572 gneus: consul
20a37nnII 42,21book 1572 +al,cmene: .i. haeculis mater
22b26bbII 47,9book 2572 [abad]dir: lapis quem pro iove devoravit saturnus
27b1bII 56,7book 2572 post longuo .. etc.: (m.d.) in bocolocis vergilii
28a16yII 57,1428a8book 2572 asciverunt: .i. do chathraraib dóib hisin chathir
[‘i.e. for citizens of theirs in the city’] [analysis]
28a17zII 57,14book 2572 civitati: .i. romae {= E 20r2}
28a17aaII 57,1528a9book 2572 confirmandam: .i. is do remi·suidigddis do accomol inna cairddine ⁊ ind oentath.,
[‘i.e. for this (reason) they used to set it before for the junction of the friendship and the unity’] [analysis]
28b1aII 58,6book 2572 africanus: .i. eo quod vicit africam
28b1bII 58,6book 2572 561 issauricus: .i. eo quod vicit issauriam .i. nomen provinciae
29b18qII 60,12book 2541 572 gradivus: (m.s.) virgilius Grandivumque patrem geticis qui presidet armis .. mars qui ad omnia bella graditur ..
29b19rII 60,12book 2541 572 eunosig*eus (a): (m.s.) icidorus Neptunus equestris ludi est quem greci ιπον appellant εννα. unum interpretatur. ζειγη vel σειγος iugum interpretatur .. item virgilius. tuque o cui prima frementem . fudit equm magno tellus percussa tridente. reliqua .virgilianus. quoniam ab iove pro neptune sit equus suppositus saturno sicut lapis pro iove convenit neptunum invocare nomine equorum. reliqua. lege virgilianum.,
29b19sII 60,12book 2541 572 +eunosig*eus (a): (m.d.) enno .i. vinum. <ut> alii enno fons v sigeus .i. promon<to>r<ium>
29b19tII 60,12book 225 572 +quiri[nus]: (m.d.) quirinus dictus a qu<iri>no monte
31a5hII 63,331a6book 2572 euripides: (m.l.) .i. di airisin do·ratad foir a nainmm-sin ar issed laithe insin ro·ṅgenair-som ní airindi ro·ṅgenad som isind luc sin ..,
[‘i.e. it is therefore that name was given to him (Euripides), because that is the day on which he was born, not because he was born in that place’] [analysis]
31a5iII 63,3book 2572 +euripides: (m.s.) {quia dicitur euripides LE} quia in illo die natus est quo athenienses cum persis in eurypo loco bellum commiserunt {= L 25v9 a, E 21v8-9 text. princ. quia] et E aeripides qui LE (quia E) in om. E athenensis E cum] E com E eurypo] aeripo L loco om. LE}
31a6lII 63,4book 2572 221 +est: in alia similiter tucidides απο του θωκου του ερονου {= E 21v9-10 text. princ. θοκου σρονου E}
31a20eeII 63,13book 2572 4122 iliae: .i. reae silviae quia aliud nomen sibi ilia ut in primo libro virgilii. marte gravis geminam partu dabit ilia prolem ., (reae: " > sibi: ") {cf. E 21v17 .i. aliud nomen reae silviae ilia}
31a33ppII 64,4book 2543 572 [na]tae: .i. maiae {filius} {= E 21v22}
31a36wwII 64,8book 2572 ionis: .i. issis ⁊ .io. duo nomina sibi. {cf. E 21v24 (m.l.) .i. iossis. sio. duo nomina sibi .i. est filia iachi &filius eius iachides ae .i. epafus ab alio eius nomen fuit vel cepit}
31b2cII 64,1031b1book 2211 572 thessidae: (m.d.) .i. in thesidedi a theseo rege atheniensium {= E 21v26 rege athiniensium}
[‘i.e. the Theseids etc.’] [analysis]
31b3dII 64,1031b2book 2572 cecropidae: .i. cicrops do·rósat in cathraig ⁊ di chlaind thessei dóib .i. di grecaib dóib huili {cf. E 21v26 a <ci<crope qui athinias fabricavit}
[‘i.e. Cecrops has built the city, and of the children of Theseus were they, i.e. of the Greeks were they all’] [analysis]
31b4hII 64,1131b5book 2572 romulidae: Romuil do·ḟorsat in cathraig ó aenea ro·cinnset ind romain {= K 15r38 e (m.l.) romuil do·rosat civitatem hó aeneas ru·cinset ind romáin, cf. E 21v26 .i. a fabricatore romae}
[‘Romulus has built the city: from Aenaeas the Romans have descended’] [analysis]
31b7nII 64,16book 2572 pendere: .i. imposuit dedalus in templo phebi {= L 25v28 b (m.l.), E 21v28 imposuit] posuit L dedalus imposuit E; phebi] phoebi L, poephi E}
31b8qII 64,17book 23112 572 mi*serum (s): .i. miserorum .i. natorum {= E 21v28 .i. natorum miserorum}
31b8rII 64,17book 2572 septena: .i. corpora {= E 21v28}
31b10tII 65,5book 2572 333 consurgere: .i. bat {= E 21v29}
31b10uII 65,6book 251 572 romulidaeueldís: .i. romanis
31b13zII 65,3book 2572 [de]fessi: .i. contendunt petere {= E 21v30 .i. romani add. E}
31b13aaII 65,3book 2572 proxima: .i. libyae {= E 21v31 libiae E}
32a22yII 66,18book 2572 pelidae: .i. achili {= E 22r19 .i. om. E}
32a23zII 66,19book 2572 [congre]sum: .i. rapui vel liberavi {= E 22r20}
32a24ccII 67,132a5book 2211 572 promethides: .i. in promithide .i. horminis {= E 22r21 promethide E}
[‘i.e. son of Prometheus, i.e. Horminis’] [analysis]
32a30ggII 67,7book 2572 543 deucalides: .i. deocalion {= E 22r24, cf. K 15v17 c deucalon deucalionos.-}
32a36mmII 67,11book 2572 belides: belus {= E 22r27 .i. add. E}
32b27yII 68,10book 2572 dane: .i. dicitur
32b27aaII 68,10book 2572 fundasse: .i. Ardeam {cf. E 22v10 turni. quam urbem .i. ardeam}
33b9iII 69,25book 2561 572 ithace: .i. nomen insulae .i. patria ulixis {cf. L 27r1 a insola patria ulixis E 23r6 nomen civitatis ulixis K 16r13 b, c ithace .i. nomen insolae ithacus (m.d.) virgilianus ithace patria ulixis lertes pater ulixis}
33b10kII 69,25book 2572 ithacus: .i. ulixes {= E 23r6 .i. om. E}
33b33yII 70,13book 2221 572 (in) adelphis: .i. hoc est in libris fratrum {= E 23r16 .i. om. E}
34a1eII 70,22book 2214 572 eous: (m.s.) .virgilianus. eous stela veneris {cf. K 16r28 f (m.l.) virgilianus eous stella veneris eous aurora eous oriens}
34a6mII 70,25book 223 572 dioné: (m.l.) gen- dione. venus. dionaeus. veneri dioniae filiae .id est dianae. {cf. K 16r30 g (m.d.) gen- dione .i. venus. virgilianus dioniae filiae id est dianae}
34a14qII 71,6book 2572 (hos) parere (iubent alphea ab origine pissae): .i. nomerum pugnare apud aeneam contra turnum {= L 27r22 e, E 23r28 .i. nomerum om. LE apud aeneam om. E}
34a14rII 71,6book 2572 312 pissae: nomen civitatis plurale semper {cf. E 23r29 nomen civitatis}
34a28bbII 71,16book 2561 572 phthia: .virgilianus. urbs thesaliae. patria ulixis {= K 16r41 k urbs: phthia urbs K.}
34a28ccII 71,16book 2561 572 et chius: (m.l.) .virgilianus. paneum promontorium chii unde ⁊ chium vinum dicitur. {= K 16r41 m chii: chi K.}
34a29hhII 71,18book 2572 italides: .i. inna etaldai .i. larina ⁊ tulla
[‘i.e. the Italian women’] [analysis]
34a30kkII 71,18book 2572 camella: .i. deligit {= E 23v5 diligit E}
34a42rrII 72,13book 2572 lerna: loth {cf. E 23v11 .i. palus}
[‘marsh’] [analysis]
34b32uII 73,16book 2572 stirpis (achi[leae fastus]): .i. andromache dixit ad aenean
34b32wII 73,16book 2572 stirpis: .i. phirri
34b32yII 73,16book 2572 fastus: iuvenemque superbum. proles achilis {cf. K 16v15 a virgilianus achile fastus iuvenemque superbum prolis achilis}
34b35bbII 73,19book 2572 nate: .i. cupido {= E 23v26}
34b35ccII 73,19book 2572 summi: iovis {= E 23v26 .i. add. E}
34b36ddII 73,20book 2541 572 tiphoeus: 7 non possesiva sed nomina propria unius viri
34b36eeII 73,20book 2572 tiphous: gygas occisus a cupidine. filius terra {= K 16v17 b gygas: virgilianus typhoeus gigas K.; cf. E 23v27 gigans}
35b37akII 76,13book 2561 572 [nu]mantinus: eo quod vicit numantiam civitatem in italia {cf. E 24v7 qui vicit numantiam}
36a20zII 77,2book 2572 it [gravis .. etc.]: .i. in auxilium aeneae contra turnum {= E 24v20 (m.l.)}
36a20aaII 77,2book 2572 auletes: proprium navis {= E 24v20}
36a20bbII 77,236a7book 2541 572 centena[que ab arbore]: .i. cét rámae fuiri
[‘i.e. a hundred oars in it’] [analysis]
37b35ffII 80,18book 2561 572 mutina: nomen civitatis (m.d.) ut invenitur in orosio mutinense reliqua
38a7cII 80,22book 2572 541 dubitatur: (m.l.) secundae iuxta alios
38a38bbII 81,18book 2572 lavinia: ingen latin
[‘daughter of Latinus’] [analysis]
38b6hII 81,22book 2561 572 placentia: .i. civitas ut orosius dicit {cf. K 18r27 h .i. civitas}
38b6iII 81,23book 2561 572 anagnia: .i. civitas. virgilius. in .VII. quos dives anagnia pascit {cf. E 26r13 civitas}
38b10mII 82,2book 2541 572 +in tes: (m.s.) fidenas .i. civis fidenates interpretatur grece. unde fidenate vel i (Fidenati) bello in orosii .II. libro. par-
38b16rII 82,6book 2561 572 drepano: .i. nomen portus in quem sublata sunt virilia saturni ab iove ⁊ interpretatur .portus falcis. Drepanus enim grece falcs interpretatur {cf. E 26r18 nomen portus ubi abs<c<idit iopi<t<er virilia patris sui}
39b40bbII 85,11book 3572 ex quo: (m.d.) aeneas dixit didoni {= E 27r8}
39b41ddII 85,11book 3572 regna: italiae {= E 27r8}
40a25bbII 86,9book 3572 pigma[lion]: frater didonis {= E 27r21}
41a1aII 88,3book 325 572 industriiorem: (m.l.) industrius positivus ut in genesi nunc previde at rex virum sapientem et industrium ioseph dixit faraoni.,
41a1bII 88,341a1book 3572 industriiorem: . casianus in .X. collatione dicit. industrius .i. léir appetitor
[‘Cassianus says in his 10th Collatio: ‘one who longs foe diligently’, i.e. assiduous’] [analysis]
41b16fII 90,3book 3572 m: marcus {= E 28r15 .i. add. E}
41b29iII 90,12book 3572 58 cata nepos: duo vel unum nomen
41b40uII 91,3book 3572 miserit: turnus
41b40wII 91,341b12book 3572 orco: do dia iffirnn {cf. E 28r29 deus inferni}
[‘to the god of hell’] [analysis]
41b40xII 91,4book 3572 primos: troianorum {cf. E 28r29 iuvenum troianorum}
42a9gII 91,12book 3572 offert: socia agmina credens
42a39sII 92,1142a7book 3543 572 tristior: venus .i. nírbu lán-ḟalid {cf. E 28v17 .i. venus .i. minus laeta}
[‘i.e. she was not full-glad’] [analysis]
46a10gII 103,9book 3572 +oscillum: (m.l.) virgilii georgicon .II.
49b26uII 115,549b10book 3211 572 fribolus: cuitbide .i. fribolus fere obillo dignus .i. ní ferr leth-scripul {cf. E 33v15 fribolus. fere ovello. dignus.}
[‘ridiculous, i.e. frivolus fere obolo dignus, not better than a half-scruple’] [analysis]
51a8"eII 119,2151a2book 4211 572 teucrus: troiánde
[‘Trojan’] [analysis]
51a11"fII 119,2151a3book 4211 572 teucria: trói {cf. E 34v7 .i. troia.}
[‘Troy’] [analysis]
52b38"sII 123,15book 4572 lupercus: pan
52b38"tII 123,15book 4572 58 +lupercus: vel sacerdos pani (m.l.) ox
52b38"uII 123,15book 4572 lupercal: locus in quo adorabatur .pan. {= E 35v7 adoratur E; (pán) pastorum deus add. E, cf. K 24r39 h lupercus appellatur locus ubi pan deus colitur}
53a19"kkII 124,10book 4572 +cuna: dea
53a21"mmII 124,10book 4572 vesta: bandea
[‘the goddess’] [analysis]
53a21"nnII 124,10book 4572 +vesta: tened
[‘of fire’] [analysis]
53b1aII 124,2153b1book 4572 par[cas]: bándáe iffirnn eo quod minime parcant reliqua {cf. E 35v29 .i. iffe<r<nn}
[‘goddesses of hell’] [analysis]
54a12mII 126,9book 4572 meo: .i. audetis miscere caelum ⁊ terram {= E 36r20}
54a12nII 126,9book 4572 numine: .i. neptunus dicit {= E 36r21}
54a13oII 126,9book 4572 3112 venti: vocativus {= E 36r21 .i. add. E}
54a19zII 126,1354a11book 4211 572 a filo: (m.l.) húand ṡnáthiu .i. filum .i. snáthe no·bíth himm chenn na sacardd ocind edpairt. {cf. E 36r24 filum. notenn}
[‘from the thread, i.e. a thread that used to be round the head of the priests at the sacrifice’] [analysis]
54a19bbII 126,14book 4572 +flamen: iovis
57a42ddII 133,1357a14book 4211 572 ilium: trói {cf. E 38r27 troia}
[‘Troy’] [analysis]
57b14"iII 134,257b5book 4211 572 quiritis: sabíṅdae .i. gaide {cf. E 38v3 quiris .civitas .i. hasta}
[‘Sabine i.e. having a spear (quiris=curis)’] [analysis]
57b19"pII 134,4book 4572 minonis: adiiciunt {se} in auxilium aeneae contra turnum {= E 38v5 m.l. se add. E}
59a10gII 137,4book 4572 +χαρυβδιδος: periculosus ⁊ vertiginosus locus in mari
60a32sII 139,1460a4book 4211 572 cerritus: cruithnechtdae á cerere .i. ceres .i. bandea hetho
[‘relating to wheat: from Ceres, the goddess of corn’] [analysis]
61b2cII 142,7book 5572 helenus: filius priami {= E 40v25}
61b3hII 142,8book 5572 58 fiber: .i. idem ⁊ castor reliqua ut in alio {cf. K 27v26 d (m.l.) fiber idem ⁊ castor sé castrando}
61b13uII 142,14book 5572 52 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilii georgicon secundo {cf. M 4rb12 a virgilius}
61b13wII 142,14book 5572 virgilius: (m.d.) .i. in fine .II. georgicon. Glande sues leti redeunt dant arbuta silvae,,
61b14yII 142,15book 5572 cruentaque myrta: in .I. georgicon. ET lauri baccas oleamque cruentaque myrta.,
61b15ddII 142,1661b13book 5543 572 buxum: .i. don chrunn fésin is nomen buxum hisin ni don torud ⁊ is ainsid neutair
[‘i.e. buxum is here the name of the tree itself, not of the fruit, and it is an accusative neuter’] [analysis]
61b21ggII 142,21book 5572 +siren: monstrum in mari {= E 41r4 (B) mare sic E!}
62a25qII 144,5book 5572 +graiugena: mars
62a30uII 144,11book 5572 ilia: (m.l.) .i. {rea add. E} mater romuli eadem est ⁊ rea silvea., {= E 41r31 rea silvea eadem est E, cf. K 28r16 h (m.l.) virgilianus. ilia rea silvia mater romuli}
62b24lII 145,20book 5572 541 virgo: .i. sed ⁊ masculinum invenitur ut hieronymus in conflictu contra helvidium ostendit dicens virginali coniugio virgo .i. christus filius nasciretur.- ⁊ níbbu machdad tra bed figurate no·mbed .a. virgo filius as·beir hieronymus .i. conná·sásad nechtar de in n-araill reliqua {cf. E 41v18 m.l. sed invenitur masculinum ut hironymus in conflictu eius helvidium ut virginali coniugio virgo filius nasceretur}
[‘i.e. but the masculine is also found, as Jerome shows in his conflict with Helvidius, when he says: ‘so that the Chaste Son, i.e. Christ, could be born from a chaste marriage’. And it were no wonder then that the ‘Virgo Filius’ (Chaste Son) that Jerome speaks of was a combination of two words in apposition, i.e. so that one of the two should not interfere with the other, etc.’] [analysis]
64a33iiII 150,2064a13book 5211 572 [mul]ciber: bróinta talcdaid nomen do ulcáin
[‘‘showersoftener’, or a name of Vulcan’] [analysis]
64b31wII 153,3book 5572 alacris: .i. dares
[‘i.e. Dares’]
65a28mII 154,1465a7book 5572 [in]genti: in fualascach bec ásas asin chrunn
[‘the small branches that grow out of the tree’] [analysis]
65b3aII 155,1book 5572 anxur (astur): nomina iovi {cf. K 29v5 c (m.l.) anxur nomen iovi .., cf. E 44r3 .i. iuppiter}
66a11oII 156,1866a9book 5572 triviae: diame {= E 44v2}
[‘Diana’]
66a20aaII 157,4book 5572 terra: italia
66b20xII 158,2066b17book 5572 543 venit: panthus dixit contra aeneam tanicc aimser derb togle troi desmrecht insin ar aimsir deirb in feminino
[‘Panthous said to Aeneas: ‘The certain hour of Troy’s destruction has come’: that is an example for certain time in the feminine’] [analysis]
66b21yII 158,21book 5572 dardaniae: troiae
66b33llII 159,1066b24book 5572 ceres: bandea cruithnechta {cf. E 45r7 dea frumenti}
[‘goddess of wheat’] [analysis]
67a20"rII 160,6book 5572 bipinni: (m.d.) virgilianus dicit ad epitheton transtulit nomen proprium nam bipennis per se plenum ⁊ securim significat. ut. crebrisque bipennibus instant.
67a21"sII 160,8book 5572 sonat: occo esorcuin
[‘smiting it’] [analysis]
67b19kII 161,15book 5572 +strigilis: (m.d.) in enigmatibus arcus aeneus vel unde equi tergentur
67b42eeII 162,467b22book 5572 duae: .i. indala n-ái antúaid alaile andess
[‘i.e. one of the two from the north, the other from the south’] [analysis]
68a36mII 163,13book 5572 cura: .i. didonis
68b30nII 164,19book 5572 silex: (m.d.) .i. speloncae caiaci quam hercules distruit
69a8hII 165,13book 5572 4144 concham: .i. animal marinum ut icidorus dicit vel concha genus tubae ut virgilius in tertio libro. dum personat aequora conchä .i. tubä
69b11cII 167,1book 5212 572 +*sphix: (m.d.) palus
69b28"nII 167,1569b4book 5572 nunc: aeneas dixit ad berichintheam matrem deorum
[‘Aeneas speaks to Berecyntia, the mother of the Gods’]
69b30"rII 167,1669b7book 5211 572 phrigibusque: donaib tróiandib {cf. E 47r26 troianis}
[‘to the Trojans’] [analysis]
70a8gII 168,11book 5572 ops: .i. mater deorum
70a13rII 168,14book 5572 mavors: mars {cf. E 47v9 deus belli (m.l.) mavors .i. mars per syncopam}
73a14rII 176,973a11book 5572 541 gemini: .i. castor ⁊ pullux ní eperr acht hilar dóib/ dogres in hilur/ da no asberr arind/ hiroṡoithe
[‘i.e. Castor and Pollux, nothing save the plural is ever said for them: so the plural is said for the constellation into which they were turned’] [analysis]
75a25mII 181,12book 5572 .m.: marco
91a20fII 197,22book 6572 edepol: (m.l.) donatus
91a33kII 198,14book 6572 +filius latonas: appollo {= E 56r26}
91a36nII 198,17book 6572 +gigantes: qui surrexerunt contra deos
91a36oII 198,17book 6572 +at*lantis (h): ad similitudinem montis {= E 56r27 proprium nemen gigantis ad similitudinem montis}
91a37pII 199,1book 6572 +rhumcus: unus ex eis
91a37qII 199,1book 6572 +porpureus: alter
92a26pII 202,22book 6572 cy*lene (l): .i. cilenus nomen mercurio/ a cileno mon/te arcadie
92a28sII 203,1book 6561 572 +lerna: palus arcadiae {= E 57r14 palus arcadiae (A) ubi dolum fuit vel palus (B)}
93a19fII 206,21book 6572 hominem: .i. eneas dixit contra venerem
93a34oII 207,16book 6572 optanti: .i. tibi
93b37nII 209,18book 6572 custodem: argum aristoris filium {= L 59v26 c (m.d.) argus aristoris filius}
93b38oII 209,18book 6572 apposuit: iuno
93b41rII 210,2book 6572 io: filia inachi regis argivorum
93b42sII 210,4book 6572 argus: (m.i.) virgilianus iussui iovis mercurius eum occidit ⁊ locus in quo occisus est argiletum dictus est reliqua
94a1aII 210,494a1book 6211 572 oculeus: .i. suilech .C. oculos habens
[‘i.e. having eyes’] [analysis]
94b42fII 214,6book 6563 572 git: .i. nomen farris ut in prophetia. ⁊ serris non triturabitur git .-
96a37qII 220,3book 6572 nicteleusque .. etc.: nomina liberi patris {= L 61v4 b}
96b38mII 221,19book 6572 ?[?] sir*en (r): (m.d.) ⁊ fit sirena/ ut in hir- (?) cantus sirenar(um)
96b38nII 221,19book 6572 sir*en (r): (m.i.) clemens dixit de sirena reliqua
102a17gII 239,13book 6572 23 παλλας (παλ[λαντος]): .i. filius euandri
102a18hII 239,13book 6572 23 [παλ]λας (παλλαδος): minerva
102b31rII 241,22book 6572 sonipes: didonis
103a14hII 242,18book 6572 tempus: dido dicit contra aeneam
103b2bII 243,14book 6572 offam: aconmír
[‘i.e. the dog’s morsel’] [analysis]
103b3cII 243,15book 6572 ille: cerverus
103b41oII 245,8book 6572 agit: entulus
112a11bII 274,25book 6572 gn: .i. gneus
115a2cII 285,19book 7572 isque: .i. anchises
115b17kII 288,3book 7572 inquit: .i. aeneas
118a17lII 296,11book 7572 [loqua]vit: antinor
121b42gII 309,16book 755 572 floralia: .i. a nomine deae dirivata .i. flora (subs.) ut augustinus dicit in libro de civitate dei/ deam floram reliqua.-
123a18cII 314,6book 7572 precatur: dido
123b26gII 316,7book 7572 arcas: .i. filius iovis
125b11aII 322,27book 7572 phenix: (m.l.) in versús/ lactantii
127a28hII 328,5127a1book 7572 [mefi]tis: .i. nomen loithe infernalis
[‘i.e. name of the infernal marsh’] [analysis]
128a9aII 331,18book 7561 572 (ab) ery[thro (mare)]: senex capella rubrum mare quod/ eretreum ab/ eretra rege reliqua
129a4cII 336,5book 7572 +charub[di]: (m.l.) vertigo maris
136b21dII 365,23book 7572 dardaniae: .i. troiae
137b13gII 369,10book 8572 VI: (subs.) fata canit
137b14kII 369,11book 8572 mandat: .i. sibella
139b17fII 375,4book 8572 in V: confidunt rastris
139b18iII 375,6book 8572 signum: virgam
140a23eII 377,2book 8572 r.p.: res publica
141b7aII 382,7book 8572 g.: gaio
141b34dII 384,8book 8572 p.: puplius
142a39hII 387,15book 8572 venerata: .i. iuno
142b47xII 389,27book 8572 moror: dido dixit
144a40qII 395,14book 8572 nate: aenea
144b1bII 395,19book 8572 disimulo: dido dixit
145b28fII 400,6book 8572 partitur: aeneas cervos
148a24pII 407,19book 8572 +atque: dido dixit
151a29nII 416,5book 8572 cecinit: .i. carmentis
151a31pII 416,8book 8572 (ipse) poeta: virgilius
154a30iII 424,22book 8572 hinc: .i. a troianis
160a31fII 444,2book 8563 572 timo: .i. flore.
161b39uII 449,24book 852 572 mussa: (m.l.) virgilius
171b6bII 482,15book 9572 l: livius
174a4aII 493,6174a1book 9572 ro[mae]: (m.s.) .i. indróm fil hí con-stantinopoil ar rohucad airechas/ in- narómae co constantinopoil rucad dano aainmm .-
[‘i.e. the Rome which is in Constantinople. Because the empire of Rome was brought to Constantinople, its name has been brought also’] [analysis]
180b3cII 520,7180b1book 10211 572 adessis: eisib loiscdib
[‘consumed or burnt’] [analysis]
181a30kII 524,4181a4book 10572 211 +ophioginistum: vel origenistum .i. bunadgein
[‘see Translation Notes’] [analysis]
181a38oII 524,13181a8book 10541 572?[?] de ratione: (m.l.) de ratione .i. in-tan/ as conguin dligid/ hua dligud ailiu se/chib ed dliged són/ .i. for-brisiud dli/gid hua dligud ai/liu.
[‘De ratione i.e. when it is the violation (? lit. wounding) of a reckoning by another reckoning, whatsoever this reckoning is, i.e. the infraction of a reckoning by another reckoning. ’] [analysis]
181a38pII 524,14176book 10541 572?[?] kalendario: (m.l.) vel de kalendario/ .i. dliged rimae/ oc airli kalendarum. reliqua
[‘Or de kalendario i.e. the law of calculating in settling (?) the calends’]
184b26fII 536,3184b3book 10214 572 pistor: (m.d.) fer dénma bairgine/ tuarcain dofuaircitis/ inna grán la arsidi resiu/ arista brao.
[‘a maker of bread. The grains used to be crushed by pounding by the ancients before a quern was invented’] [analysis]
186a11eII 540,20book 10571 572 saluere: quod consentius habet
186a12gII 540,22book 10572 regina: non invenitur iste versus in virgilio ut dicunt
194a7dII 566,8194a1book 11211 572 coniurato: enod cainti ocondṡruthsin
[‘an oath that used to be sworn at that river’] [analysis]
198a14rII 580,6book 12572 ipse: carhon
200b10fII 587,6book 12572 m: marcus
201b14iII 590,11book 1252 572 ille .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
202a37pII 592,20book 1252 572 hoc .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
204b12lIII 2,13book 13572 tu[que]: venus
204b13mIII 2,13book 13572 puerque: .i. cupido iuno dixit
207a1aIII 9,9book 13572 566[?] accam: .i. proprium mulieris
207a18wIII 10,5book 13572 cuique: .i. didoni
207a19xIII 10,6book 13572 repulit: .i. hiarbas dixit .i. dido
209a39lIII 16,5book 13572 ospes: .i. aenea
213a11hIII 26,13book 1452 572 ante .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilii/ bocolica
214a9fIII 28,22book 14541 572 memo[riae]: .i. quando significat .de. ut. mul/ta super/ priamo reliqua
215a27wIII 31,25book 14111[?] 572 : aenea
215b23nIII 33,4215b4book 1451 572 super: artáa
[‘survives’] [analysis]
224b40hIII 62,1book 1552 572 non .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
226a9cIII 65,28book 15572 +procellis: .africus.
230b42ddIII 84,3book 15572 +pone: .i. quasi post illum
231b12hIII 86,11book 1552 572 +ut vidi .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius in bocolico
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <http://www.stgallpriscian.ie/index.php?t=572> [accessed 2 March 2024]