The records of Oscan, Umbrian and the minor dialects, including the Italic glosses in ancient writers, and the local and personal names of the dialectal areas

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Robert Seymour Conway
Cambridge University Press, 1897 - Italic languages and dialects - 686 pages
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Page 260 - X10 sine scelere sine piaculo alis ne potesto quae pequnia recepta erit ea pequnia emere / conducere locare dare quo id templum melius honestius seit liceto quae pequnia ad eas / res data erit profana esto quod d(olo) m(alo) non erit factum quod emptum erit aere aut argento / ea pequnia quae pequnia ad id...
Page 200 - Multam Osce dici putant poenam quidam. M. Varro ait poenam esse, sed pecuniariam, de qua subtiliter in Lib.
Page 424 - Grabouie, orer ose pirse ocrem Fisiem pir ortom est, toteme louinem arsmor dersecor subator sent, pusi neip ! heritu. di Grabouie, perse tuer pescler uasetom est, pesetom est...
Page 356 - Sabina fortis ac strenuus. Gell. xiii, 23, Id autem, sive ' Nerio ' sive ' Nerienes ' est, Sabinum verbum est, eoque significatur virtus et fortitudo. Itaque ex Claudiis, quos a Sabinis oriundos accepimus, quis erat egregia atque praestanti fortitudine ' Nero ' appellatus est. We are not surprised to find that the Sabines and Umbrians used the praenomen Nero in common, as their territories were adjacent and their dialects closely allied. The fact that the name when brought to Rome ceased to be employed...
Page 423 - Graboue. arsier frite tío sub25 ocau ii suboco dei Graboue. di Grabouie, tio esu bue peracrei pihaclu ocreper Fisiu, totaper louina, irer nomneper, | erar nomneper.
Page 423 - Crabouie, persei tuer perscler uaseto est, pese28 tomest, peretomest, | frosetom est, daetomest, tuer perscler uirseto auirseto uas est, di Grabouie, persei mersei, esu bue ; peracrei pihaclu pihafei. di Grabouie, pihatu ocre Fisei, 30 pihatu tota louina.
Page 224 - ... appellatum, sed ea consuetudine, qua stlocum pro locum et stlitem pro litem dicebant>.
Page 352 - Aureliam familiam ex Sabinis oriundam a Sole dictam putant, quod ei publice a populo Romano datus sit locus, in quo sacra faceret Soli ; qui ex hoc Auseli dicebantur, ut Valesii, Papisii pro eo quod est Valerii, Papirii.
Page 273 - Accius scribit scena. In pluribus verbis a ante e alii ponunt, alii non, ut quod partim dicunt scaeptrum, partim sceptrum...
Page 426 - ... post uerir uehier habina trif fetu tefrei ioui ocriper fisiu totaper iiouina serse fetu pelsana fetu aruio feitu poni "fetu tasis pesnimu prosesetir strusla ficla arueitu suront naratu puse uerisco treblanir ape habina...

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