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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 248

Book 6: De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu

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II 248,1Socrate? an quidem non dubium est, quin ab Alcibiade?».
II 248,2Trogus Pompeius in libro VI: «inde Scepsim petit, quo se
II 248,3Midias interfecta socru contulerat. is a Derculide petito
II 248,4colloquio». M(arcus) Velleius Paterculus libro I: «nec minus clarus
II 248,5ea tempestate fuit Miltiadis filius Cimon». Plinius in II
II 248,6naturalis historiae: «ab Euclide», in III: «Thucydide, Calliphane»,
104b14c248,6104b1book 63116 313 tucidide etc.: .i. foxlidi tresdiil [543] inso sís a nominibus tiagdde in .es.
II 248,7in IIII: «Philistide, Anticlide, Philonide», in V: Sotade, in VI:
II 248,8«Simonide minore», in VII: «Agatharchide, Apollonide, Duride,
104b15248,8book 64111 simonide: " (ibid.) minore: "
104b15d248,8104b2book 6541 58 minore: .i. toglenamon són
II 248,9Heraclide Pontico, Asclepiade», in XI: Heracleote, in XII:
II 248,10Mneside, in XV: Commiade, in XXXVII: Euripide. possunt tamen ea, si
II 248,11producte proferantur, datiui esse Graeci pro ablatiuis, quomodo Virgilius:
104b21e248,11book 652 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 248,12«uno comitatus Achatē».
II 248,13Iuuenalis:
II 248,14«Penelopē melius, leuius torquetis Arachnē».
104b23f248,14104b3book 6214 563 spicum: ainmm ṅ airm
II 248,15in is desinentia longam cuiuscumque sint generis Latina ablata s,
104b24248,15book 64111 is: " (104b25=248,15) longuam: "
II 248,16addita tis faciunt genetiuum, ut haec līs litis, hic et haec dīs ditis
104b27248,16book 64121 dis: .- (104b28=248,17) unde: .-
II 248,17(unde hi et hae dites et haec ditia, cuius nominatiuum singularem in
104b28248,17book 64121 ditia: : (ibid.) cuius: :
II 248,18usu non inueni. debet tamen secundum analogiam hoc dite esse. nam
II 248,19in is finiri neutrum non potest. Lucanus in VIIII:
104b30g248,19104b4book 6543 *is: connách ase ditia dobuith uandí as dis.

 

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