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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 541

Book 10: De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis

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II 541,1Lucanus in III:
II 541,2«insiluit solo nociturus pondere puppim».
II 541,3Statius tamen in VIIII Thebaidos:
II 541,4«excussi salierunt cuspide dentes».
II 541,5in eodem:
II 541,6«insiliere uadis magnoque fragore solutus /
II 541,7agger».
II 541,8Ouidius in XI metamorphoseon:
II 541,9«cum saepe adsiluit defensae moenibus urbis».
II 541,10idem in IIII fastorum:
II 541,11«per flammam saluisse pecus, saluisse colonos».
II 541,12Quadrigarius in VI annali: «Artorius Taureae dextrum
II 541,13umerum sauciat atque ita resiluit». cambio, ἀμείβω, ponit
186a20i541,13186a1book 10211 cambio: conoimchláim
186a20k541,13book 10212 cambio: (m.l.) icidorus/ cambire/ circinare
186a20l541,13book 10212 cambio: (m.l.) congredior/ 7 motuo
186a20541,13book 104144 221 cambio: " (ibid.) αμειω: "
II 541,14Charisius et eius praeteritum campsi, quod ἀπὸ τοῦ κάμπτω ἔκαμψα Graeco
186a20541,14book 104121 cam[psi]: .- (186a21=541,14) quod: .-
186a21m541,14book 10221 332 εκαμψα: preteritum
II 541,15esse uidetur, unde et campso campsas solebant uetustissimi dicere.
186a22n541,15book 10543 campso: frequentativum
II 541,16Ennius in X:
II 541,17«Leucatam campsant».
II 541,18aio, cuius declinatio in usu frequenti non est, quartae coniugationis esse
II 541,19ostenditur ab imperatiuo in i terminante. sic enim Probus de dubio
II 541,20perfecto tractans ostendit Naeuium protulisse:
II 541,21«an nata est sponsa praegnas? uel ai uel nega».
II 541,22Accius in Ione:

 

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