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Hertz, ed., GL III, p. 57

Book 14: De praepositione

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III 57,1«qui medius castris tutam dĭrimebat Ilerdam».
224a14 57,1book 1458 (m.l.) . (mediis ex medius in ras.)
224a17 e57,1book 14561 +ilerdam: .i. civitas
III 57,2idem in V:
III 57,3«et non admissae dĭrimit suffragia plebis».
III 57,4Virgilius in V:
III 57,5«cede deo; dixitque et proelia uoce dĭremit».
III 57,6Iuuenalis in III:
III 57,7«didicit nam diues auarus /
III 57,8tantum admirari, tantum laudare dĭsertos».
III 57,9re uidetur a retro per apocopam factum, sicut et ipse sensus
III 57,10manifestat: respicio: retro aspicio, reuertor: retro uertor, recurro: retro
III 57,11curro, uel ex hoc natum esse aduerbium, quomodo ab ex: extra.
III 57,12se quoque pro διά Graeca praepositione separatiua est, ut secubo,
III 57,13separo, seduco; est etiam abnegatiua, ut securus. praeterea seorsum
224a28f57,13book 1425[?] 212 55 +se[curus]: .i. sine cura
III 57,14fit aduerbium a se, ut a de: deorsum, a super: sursum. quibusdam
224a2957,14book 14111[?] á (de)
III 57,15se a semis, quod separationem facit, quibusdam a secus uidetur
III 57,16profectum, aliis autem magis ea uidentur a sē praepositione esse deriuata.
224a3257,16book 14111[?] á sé
III 57,17am etiam περί Graecam praepositionem significat: amplector,
III 57,18amputo, ambio, in quo etiam additio b consonantis fit propter m.
III 57,19con pariter loco cum praepositionis, cum de ea disserebamus,
222b21i57,19222b4book 14211 sine: léic
III 57,20accipi supra docuimus.

 

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