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Hertz, ed., GL III, p. 85

Book 15: De aduerbio, de interiectione

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III 85,1«mane nouum»;
III 85,2et Lucanus in I:
III 85,3«tu satis ad uires Romana in carmina dandas»;
231a25c85,3book 15212 +satis: .i. suficiens
III 85,4et Sallustius in Catilinario: «satis eloquentiae, sapientiae
III 85,5parum».
III 85,6confirmatiua, ut profecto, scilicet, quippe, uidelicet, nempe, ut
231a2885,6–9book 1558 (m.l.) . (nempe .. partes sine err.)
III 85,7Persius:
III 85,8«nempe haec assidue».
III 85,9duae quoque partes pro his ponuntur, ut quidni, curnon, sicest, quidistic,
231a29d85,9book 153232 +his: (m.l.) subauditur adverbii confir/mativis
231a3085,9book 1512 [quid]istíc
III 85,10quo frequenter Terentius utitur in confirmatione, ut in adelphis:
III 85,11«quidistic? accedo, ut † rectius dicis»
III 85,12(similiter militiae in loco solum inuenitur, quomodo uesperi in tempore.
231a3285,12book 1558 (m.l.) . (similiter .. invenitur sine err.)
III 85,13et sciendum, quod pleraque aduerbia localia pro temporalibus accipiuntur,
III 85,14ut Virgilius in II Aeneidos:
231a35e85,14book 1552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 85,15«inde toro pater Aeneas sic orsus ab alto»,
III 85,16pro deinde, et in I:
231a36f85,16book 1552 in primo: (m.l.) virgilius
III 85,17«haec ubi dicta, cauum conuersa cuspide montem»,
III 85,18pro postquam, et Terentius in eunucho:
III 85,19«hic ego illum contempsi prae me»,
III 85,20pro tunc. temporalia autem pro localibus non accipiuntur, ut nunc,
III 85,21modo, nuper, postquam).
III 85,22iuratiua edepol, ecastor, mediusfidius. per quoque praepositio
III 85,23potest etiam pro aduerbio accipi iurandi, ut Virgilius in X:
231a42g85,23book 1552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
231b m.s.abook 1559 (m.s.) favé criste
III 85,24«per te, per qui te talem genuere parentes»;
III 85,25idem tamen etiam confirmatiuum est aduerbium, ut Terentius in
III 85,26Andria:
III 85,27«tu quoque per parce nimium, non laudo».
III 85,28sic quoque, quomodo per, coniunctum casualibus et graui accentu
III 85,29prolatum iuratiuum est; Virgilius in bucolico:
231b4b85,29book 1552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 85,30«sìc tua Cyrneas fugiant examina taxos».

 

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