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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 380

Book 8: De uerbo

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II 380,1passiue, βοηθηθείς. Cassius similiter: «adulatique erant ab
II 380,2amicis et adhortati», adulati κολακευθέντες, adhortati προτραπέντες.
141a10"380,2book 84144 221 adulati: " (141a11"=380,2) κολακευθεντες: "
II 380,3Varro: «tribunicio auxilio adminiculati», βοηθηθέντες.
141a12"380,3book 84144 221 amminiculati: " (141a13"=380,3) [βοη]θηθεις: "
II 380,4Lucius Caesar: «certaeque res augurantur», οἰωνοσκοποῦνται,
141a14"380,4book 84144 221 augurantur: " (ibid.) οιωνοσκοπουνται: "
II 380,5cuius actiuum Virgilius in VII:
141a15"380,5book 84142 activum: (141a17"=380,7) tamen: "
II 380,6«si quid ueri mens augurat, opto»;
141a16"q380,6book 8111[?] 52 sí .. etc.: (m. int. l.) virgilius
II 380,7Cicero tamen Verrinarum IIII: «ex nomine istius, quid iste in
II 380,8prouincia facturus esset, perridicule homines
141a19"r380,8book 8543 augura[bantur]: .i. deponens cum sensu activi
II 380,9augurabantur». Gaius Fannius: «haec apiscuntur», ἐπιτυγχάνονται. Fabius
141a20"s380,9book 8212 +apiscun[tur]: auras aspicio vel consequor
II 380,10Maximus: «amitti quam apisci». passiue omnia sunt prolata.
II 380,11Verrius: «saeuitiaque eorum abominaretur ab omnibus» passiue
141a24"380,11book 84144 abhominaretur: " (141a25"=381,1) (pasive) dixit: "

 

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