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last syllable of the fourth foot, when long by position. But
10 that also has yielded to criticism. Gen. 10G4 n,

5 [quae] dona potens. quae is in C.

7 piae sociata. prisco data C, by error, cf. for the
sense Analecta 202 ver. 12 n.

9 ignis edax. Exod. 904 n. Judges 607. This passage
15 shews that in Judges 4G2 liuor edax is imj^ossible.

14 hand multum nece dilata.

" dilataNTE nece G. eamdem leetionem infra neg-
leximus." Pitra. C has dilata nece, in a wrong order, cf.
574.

20 14 nam fulgur ab axe

emicuit supero atque inter [haec] uota necault.
Remove liaec. The hiatus is usual.

18 abstinuit lugere. A constr. cited from Plant, and
Suet.

25 21 conCLuSerat omnes

inSerto terrore uiros.

Pead conFuDerat and inCerto.

25 sicera. Ronsch 257. Hier. adu. louin. I 34.

27 uinoso. Gell. iii 12 3. iv 9 2 12. Dioscorid. Langob.
30 I 119 p. 97 b 7. Maximian. i 41. superl. Tert. de an. 48 sucis.

82 aut coruus picaue fiant, neu buteo furuus.

'Re^^ picaQue fiant aut coruus. cf. Gen. 6 n. biUeo.
A rare word. Seru. Aen. i 394. See Georges.

83 AuT ore miluus obunco.



144 LEVITICUS. [c. xi—

AuT (read uEL) obunco m. ore C. cf. 685. milUUs
see Wilkins on Hor. ep. i IG 51. Add Ov. am. ii 6 34. cf.
larua in Plautus. For obunco add to lexx. Arnob. vi 12 falx.
Claud. Gild. 470 morsu. Dares 13 naso. Arch. f. hit Lexik. iii
242—250. 5

Fr. 2. C 59 r°.

89 Et quAE praoseus EST. Vt qui A -praesenTIs C.

40 prAEnubitnr. " prOtmhitur C" PiTRA. No. The
word occurs Tert. or. 22 f.

41 temporibus certis seSE referatque locetque lo
sacerdos. Read t. MANDANS r. q. I. q. sacerdos \ se

certis. cf. Gen. 43 — 4.

43 consistlt. " consistAt A, B" Titra. Also C.

45 proque synagoga similes mox immolEt hircos. "im-
molAt C" PiTRA. No. In Josh. 520 synagoga has its true 15
quantity.

4G sorte suboblatOs.

" sorte sub oblatA A [and C]. in accepta lectione uel
paulo insolens erit uerbum subofferre C [no], uel.,.." PiTRA.
Read with A and C. 20

48 aiixis = alter, as perpetually in late Latin. So Gen.
140, 144. Exod. 890 n.

50 bestia uel uolucris, nullo quae sanguine fuso

functa fuit, nullis prendenDA est congrua mensis.
functa Joshua 582 n. Read with Q prendenTVM. 25

52 idcirco quoniam muLtorum in sanguine mens est.

Read mutorum, as p. 17 1 vcr. 16 n. The same con-
fusion in Sen, Plin. Macr. (Jan on Macr. Sat. Yii 5 11).
luv. XV 143 n. cf Spicil. p. 171 ver. 16 n. Sen. ep. 123 16.
124 1 8 13 15 16 18 19 21 22. Lact. opif 3 2. Macr. Sat. iv 30
6 10. For the thought cf Levit. 17 14. Deut. 12 23.

53 iterum, etiam C.

54 laxareT roSeam. laxare GroCeam C, by mistake. For
laxare cf Exod. 247 and Spicil. p 171 ver. 14.



xix] ./. B. PITRA (1852). 145

55 ne sit non condita fraudi.

Roby's Grammar ii p. xliv. Cic. in Serv. Aen. xi
708. Liv. XXXV 51 8. lustin xxi 3 5. Ambr. hexaem. in 39.
Heges. II 11 19. Prud. dipt. 175. dig. xxx 114 14. Macr.
5 Sat. praef. 5. cf. VI 1 5 quis fraudi Vergilio uortat ?
After 58 read Analecta p. 204.
Fr. 3. C f CO v°.

60 uindemitor. This rare word occurs also in the c. de
mensibus 19 (Bahrens p. 1. m. i 211) Octohri laetus portat
lo uindemitor uuas.

62 mendum ne dixerit uUus. mendum = mendaciuni Gen.
612. Prud. apoth. 976. Beda ii 42 27 Stevenson (in Keil's
Gramra. Lat. Vil 280 13 Beda transcribes Charisius). J. N.
Ott in Jahrbb.f. cl. PhiloL cix (1874) 848 cites lo. euang. i 47

15 Palat. ecce uere Isdrahelites, in quo mendum (SoXo'i) non est.
ib. 8 44 qui loquitur mendum (-v/reOSo?), de suo loquitur, quia
mendax est. ludith 5 5 Pech non exiuit mendum {■^evhoose

that Pitra intended to read pErscriptus.



15G SL\UUL1!S. [c. VI—

2G7 si forte sub isdem

coMpositns tectis aliquis laxauerit artns,
morte uelut sVBita infectum sordescere coget.

2G8 coN'j^ositus C. 2(39 morte sOPita infectum
veluti sordescere C. " oBLita.. .infectum uel ISti A " Pitra. 5

Read morte obita infectum ueluti sordescere coget.
Plautus and Cic. have mortem obire. Cic. also morte obita. So
Lucr. Aen. x 6-il Forb. Auson. prof, praef. 4. Paulin. Nol.
c. XXXII 18G. I have not observed laxare artns of the body's
dissolution elsewhere. 10

270 SI igitur. IS igitur C. Read isTE.

271 tondeat et crineni squalenti in uertice pastum.

For crinem 'pastum cf. Gen. 1210 n. comni. on Hor.
s. II 3 35.

273 turtures aut simili candentes pluma columbas. 15

This line recurs with variations Analecta 202 ver.
12 turtures aut geniinos similES aut terga columbas. ib.
p. 203 ver. 32 turtures aut geniinos, similES aut forte colum-
bas. I have restored the broken order of Gen. 474, where the
scribe would make us accept columbas. No, no. credat ludaeus 20
Ajjella.

275 AtQVE. Et C, by mistake.

27G quo prius absteMIus fuerat.

Tlie e is retained by Aus., Paulin. Nol. and Sidon.
Read absteNTus (eT = el), and so mend rime and reason. The 25
form is common in Cypr., Optat. (vii 6 cet.). Iron, ill 4 3.
concil. Arel. A.D. 314c. 12; and the sense 'excommunicated,'
all that you can desire. Koffmane I 28. 71. Gael. Aurel. tard.
1 21 ab omni nutriinento abstentus.

278 quaesitam . . mcritis...metam. 30

See Exod. 587 n.
Fr. 10. QiSlt'adfin.

288 precatu. Judges 197. Stat. Tli. viii 332. s. v 2 81.
Paulin. Nol. c. xxviil 7. Paulin. Petric. uit. Mart, ill 39.
Symm. ep. IX 3 and 25 2. Sid. ep. ill 3 9 plur. vi 16. ix 3 4 35
I)lur. Crest, trag. 885. Vcnant. uit. Mart, iv 35. ind. Eiinud.



x] .7. B. PITRA (1852). 157

289 fatu. 331. 455. 518. Gen. 343. Exod. 808. Joshua
530. Judges 363. 565. Paulin. Nol. c. xvii 246. Capella
§§ 23 ad fin. 24. 124.

290 dextera uerticibus hominum duni prona recumbit.

5 Gen. 865 omnipotens prona spectabat f route ruentes.

292 omnipotens, custosque fiat per saecula uester,
fiat. cf. 128. 193. 594. 619. 851.

294 miserator. Tert. pudic. 2. adu. Marc. V 11. Aug. e}).
69 1 cet. Hier. in Es. ix (28 16 seq.). in Ezech. ix (29 8 seq.).

lo Orig. in Ezech. hom. 6 6 cet. Paulin, Nol. ep. 34 7. Cassian.
coll. VI 6 2. Cassiod. in ps. 144 8 cet. Arnob. iun. in ps. 85.
Paulin. Petricord. uit. Mart. Ill 246. Ronsch 58. Koffmane
I 78. Prosp. Aq. de ingrat. 625 has miseratrix.

295 eleuet et uultus, ut uos de sidere uisat

15 inclYTO et ingenti dominus det munerA pacem,

inclitA C (and A). inunerE C, rightly. All is
sound but inclITa, which contains a subst. Can you doubt,
what it is ? Read incOla et i. d. d. munere p. cf. 401. With
de sider-e cf. 814.

20 299 pinguique inrorat oliuo = 236.

306 quaterno. cf 205 n.
After fr. 10 comes Analecta 206—7.
Fr. 11. C 69 r°.

312 terrificasque tubas = 896. Paulin. Nol. c. xxiii 30.


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