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Claud, r. P. Ill 163. Sid. ei[). i 9 6. 1029 racemos is a corrup-
tion of the rarer acIJ^os (raceos = ados) and afforded the scribe
a coveted opportunity for an iambic opening. He could not 30
understand the use of que (re) known to readers of Homer,
Vergil and Ovid (sec Acn. ill 91. ix 767. Ov. m. I 193. v 484.
Attius in Fest.p. 146. Grat. cyncg. 130. Sil. vii6l7. Schneider
EJeni. lat. i 691. 752. Wagner quaestt. Vcrg. 424. Lachmann
. on Lucr. p. 75) which we will make bold to restore : . . 35



xxvij ./. B. FITRA (1852). 187

spicasque acinosque licet. See for acinus Augustus
in Suet. 76. Plin. vii § 44. Fronto p. C7 17 Naber acidos
acinos. Cypr. p. 754 9 Hartel. Ambr. hexaem. iii § 49. exc.
ex physiol. 10. lul. Valer. Ill 50 (21). The other form acina
5 is in Gael. Aurel. iv § 61. Cass. Fel. 85 p. 75. The true
quantity oi 7'acemus appears in Gen. 1166. Num. 258 acinuni.
1030 alio dative. Neue if 217.

1032 Judges 744. luv. vi 226.

1033 nemo nouam nuptam infecto eliminet anno.

lo For infecto of. Plant, aul. 4 10 13. capt. 5 8 19.

Ter. Ph. 5 8 44—5. Liv. v 4 1. ix 23 11 Dr. xxxii 37 5.

XXXVII 1 6. Hor. ep. I 2 60. Sen. uit. beat. 2 3 pr. Plin.

pan. 80 4. Gell. vil 3. Tert. adu. Hermog. 6 cf.m. 7 his.

12 7ned. 18 p. m. 27 pr. 31 pr. adv. Marc. I 3 a.m. 7 a.m.
15 d p.m. and 15 (6 exx.). dig. XLix 15 12 2. Iren. iii 8 3. iv

2 Ji7i. 3 saejje. 4. 38 1. Gennad. 65. Terentian. 410. For

eliminet see 219. Gen. 128. Exod. 528. Tert. apol. 6 p.tn.

Sidon. ep. v 3 p. 79 26. Beda uit. Cuthb. 22. Baronius 650 24.

1039 triturantis. Tert. adu. Marc, v 16. Aug. serm. 311 10
20 med. Hier. in Amos i (1 3 = vi 227^'). Ronsch 159.

1040 pignore non genito, si fors discesserit iLLE
cui frater adstabit. Read iS cm \ adstabit fr.

1044 at si uir renVErit. renuit C, rightly.

1046 iurgia se quotieNs in rixa perfida uertunt.
25 quoties C. Read iii rixaM.

1047 frendentesque uiros alterna in iurGia pulsaNt.

Read iniuria pulsat; the scribe had iurgia in his
head from the last line. See Gen. 424 — 5.

1048 inserat his mediam ne sese femina.

30 sese ne C, to the improvement of the metre.

1052 nee sterileS sentit consumtis mensibus annOS.
sterileM . . consiimPtis . . annVM C.

1054 (after saying that the righteous prospers)
diuitias donante deo, qui crimina mundi
35 dispectat mitis iraEquc in tempore pVnit.

1056 Read iraM . . .pOnit.



188 DEUTERONOMY. [c. xxxi—

lOGl utque etiam tabulas gemina de caute politas,

bis quina quae iussa tenent metuenda per orbem,
sanctificae aSseruent clausls penetralibus arcae.
1062 aDseruent...clausAs C.
10G7 mentitos[g^


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