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29; 206 3 ; 207 25 ; 228 7 ; 231 16 ; abstineo cum inf., 143 23

235 35; 236 5 20; 237 5; 245 14 AC inserted, 215 21

A for EM, 128 22 ac 1. atqiie, 51 15

A for ET, 76 32; 162 11 ac for -que, 91 32

A for FI, 226 22 accent, influence on quantity of, 1 li

A for I, 62 8; 63 18; 85 35; 86 6; 128 accus. pi. in -is, 82 16; 121 25 30;

12; 138 25; 17116; 172 33; 17515; 141 7; 154 33; 161 5; 203 37; 232

205 3; 212 21 8; 233 1

A for IE, 196 9 acer, 179 29

A for IN, 38 22; 119 35, cf. 244 5 acerbus and acerims, 84 25

A for M, 116 37 acinus (acina), 187 1

A for 0, 61 22; 66 30; 79 32 ; 80 26; acuo, 155 2

97 21; 105 24; 109 7; 116 34; 121 ad- for c-, 194 6

35; 123 10; 132 5; 141 6; 146 28; ad for ex, 219 16

149 6; 160 3 4; 217 3; 231 24; 234 AD for SVB, 125 9

17 ; 236 24 AD inserted, 29 13 ; 83 28

A for OD, 117 10 Addmus, quantity of, 6 8; 7 8; 12 37

A for E, 116 25 ; 117 6 ADE for lA, 82 29

A for S, 6 24 ADE for OLA, 97 30

A for V, 31 28; 33 37; 41 2; 54 34; adcUnis, 205 27

124 16; 134 9; 146 36; 176 13 ; 194 adiere, 226 23

13; 196 27; 218 35; 237 29; 239 20 adlpem niualem, 11 2

A for VM, 46 25 aditus 1. armitis, 114 28

A for VN, 182 9 adiapsus, 16 16



248



INDEX.



adqiie, imjue, cxquc, 28 36

adsisto and obsisto, 138 3

adsiimo, 170 6

aduectus, adfectus, G2 26

adumbro, 227 26

adurgeo, 91 12

ae, scansion of, xlix

AE for A, 161 20; 165 24; 199 24;
206 22; 232 3; 234 16

AE for AM, 102 28; 187 36

AE for E, 83 8; 118 18; 130 25; 135
26; 140 7; 143 5; 152 32; 160 20
1016; 174 7; 1815; 189 7; 196 19
197 13; 198 19; 205 14; 218 16
235 7

AE for EC, 198 24

AE for EM, 129 5; 244 4

AE for I, 43 12; 45 6; 99 15; 132 11

AE for lA, 144 7 ; 232 24; 233 8

AE for IS, 95 12 ; 189 18

AE for IT, 238 15

AE for O, 90 25; 107 28; 110 15; 149
13 ; 236 5

AE for OE, 135 7; 194 34

Aegypti 1. excgit, 59 34

aenigmata, 161 32

AEQ omitted, 238 32

(lequa lance, 111 26; 146 5

aequus, 133 5

acnimna, 91 7

aetlicrius, ens, 112, 9

yEdelwulf, imitations of Cyprian's poem
in, XXX

AF for VT, 8 36

AH inserted, 89 26

alacer-cris, 38 32; 66 34; 82 7

albcns, 239 17

Alchuin quotes Ileptaieucb, xxxi

Alcimus Auitus credited with a Penta-
teuch, xxxvi ; his authorship re-
jected by L. Miiller, xxviii; quotes
Heptateuch xxxii; school of, Iv

Aldhehu sui)posed author of C, xxiii ;
his authorship rejected by L. Miiller,
xxvi, xxvii; quotes Heptateuch,
xxxviii

aliger, 37 10

alio dative, 187 7

alios for illos, 119 4



(ilium, 165 9

alius = alter, 10 33; 40 12; 103 31;
144 21; 153 22; 157 25

alliteration, 100 9 ; 123 34 ; 209 10

alta, 78 28; 150 26

altar, 38 15

AM for I, 186 20, cf. 246 14

AM for 0, 120 22; 234 19

AM for OQVE, 154 16

amburo, 163 12

ainissus){dviitto, 75 16

amnis and o?««/,s-, 16 22; 200 17; 213

16; 246 18
AMO for EFE, 209 25
amoenus, 6 36
amor comp. cdendi, 64 24
Amorr{lia)eus, 171 33; 172 33
ampncs C, 42 28
AN for LV, 232 14
AN for OV, 100 8
AN inserted, 226 24
anaphora, 140 7
anceps, 202 35
animos ponere, 83 31
anonymous passages identified, 93

21
ANT for OR, 59 10
ANT omitted, 235 11
anterior — senior, 59 24
anterius, 56 7, cf. 241 23; 78 15; 165

24
anticipation, corruption by, 36 5
(inulus, 59 21

AP omitted between A and P, 65 24
apertus and opertus, 134 23
appeto, 152 4
arcesso, 148 19
ardens, 64 30; 242 11; 244 1
ardua ceruix cet. 17 33
[rtrc'wfe] 1. inerti, 86 5 ; 243 8
Arevalo, Faustin, edits the Genesis,

xvi, xvii; account of, xvi, xvii
aricto, 132, 29
aroma?, 114 35
ar.r, 149 15
-as final, xlix
assimilation of termn., 26 3; 54 24;

197 8; 210 15; 214 20
astrigcr, 7 18; 49 12; 94 37; 152 33



INDEX.



249



astu and actu confused, 19 10; 20 37

AT for EX, 195 33

AT lost after ET, 143 5

atque for et, 16 34 ; 173 21

atque for et quae 80 17

atque inserted, 181 14

attachis, 227 7

AV for ES, 125 11

AV for VI, 42 25

auctius 1. partibus, 24 12

auersus, 107 13

aureus disyll., 64 32, cf. 242 11

Auses, 120 18

AVT omitted, 223 29

aut = haut, 85 14; 148 4; 149 35; 144

1
azyma, 33 24; 89 22

B for D, 160 26

B for EE, 232 4

B for H, 170 2

B for L, 219 27

BforM(?7i = « = &), 205 22

B for NO, 219 20

B for 0, 132 16

B for P, 156 6

B for PS, 133 20

BforE, 139 20; 219 3

B for EP, 212 30

B for T, 9 25

B for TQ, 127 13

B and V confused, 84 25; 80 24; 154
3; 159 14; 217 9

B inserted, 01 13

B omitted, 217 29

Bahr, J. C. , identifies Morel's fragment
with Marteue's publication, xxiv

Beda quotes Heptateuch, xxxviii

benevolentia, 63 3

Beniaminus, 52 5

Bernays, Jakob, on the neglect of Chris-
tian poets, Iv ; services to Phoky-
lides and Sulp. Seuerus, Ivi

Bernhardy accepts luuencus as author
of Heptateuch, xxviii

bijidus, 183 13

[bltume7i], 15 12 ; 18 10

blandiloquus, 148 10

bonis lost under LEVI, 185 20



Bryennios, Iviii
[bumina] 86 18
buteo, 143 22
BVS for VEV, 194 3

C for E, 99 15; 103 18; 114 17; 143

12
Cfor G, 1015; 226 23
CforL, 140 2; 177 27
C for M, 9 30
C for P, 88 4
C for PL, 195 7
Cfor Q, 35 22; 188 20
C for E, 138 30, cf. 244 33; 189 32
C for S, 38 8 21 ; 50 7 ; 78 17 ; 83 35 ;

91 35; 104 10; 121 21; 129 10; 131

17; 135 20; 144 33; 178 23; 19011;

227 14
C for T, 24 21; 54 35; 62 30; 76 31

32; 114 0; 122 33; 123 9; 144 33;

102 34; 177 19; 197 8; 233 20
C for V, 210 31
C for Z, 218 35
C doubled, 231 7
C inserted, 103 9; 142 24; 209 22;

217 33; 228 7; 230 16 20; 240 30
C omitted, 3 13; 14 6; 43 6; 74 31;

100 27; 152 32; 232 23
CA for SE, 94 22
CA inserted, 87 3
CA lost after TA, 23 34
Caesarius of Aries, xl
Cain, traditions concerning, 12 18
Cainus, 10 28
candidus, 52 83
cannaza, 196 2
Canopus, gender of, 110 16
cdore for eare, 84 15
caprigenus, 221 16
captus, 150
carbunculus, 33

cardinal for ordinal, 137 21 ; 201 24
\careo] 11 13; 89 21; 121 8; 147 22
cassus, 58 8

cassus -urus cet. C, 194 13; 200 16
castra, 241 7
causa, 109 1
cede re, 47 29
CEEP for SIC, 222 21



250



IXDEX.



celeres cet. gn'ssttx, 126 36

celsa, 152 25

celsiiugiis, 16 36

cerastes, 171 18

cernere, cretio, cet., 26 19

cernuiis, 171 33

cc>-U(.r, 77 32; 119 6

Champaguy on VEmpire de la Phrase,

Ixx
CI for EC, 128 22
Cilices, 241 21
circes, 109 7
circumjluus, 53 29
cifu(s and ci7Ms, 116 11
CL for F, 143 27
CL for S, 115 15
clara and sacra, 115 15
clarigemis, 115 13
classical and sacred philology, Ivi
Claudian quoted in Hept., slii; 92 7
cleptat, 103 20
duo, 201 5
CO- for CVM, 189 4
CO for S, 98 29

Cobet on the French ' renascence,' Ixiii
caelum for caelum, 166 2
coeo, 125 26 ; 146 31
cognosco, 149 23
cohercens 1. cuhaerens, 28 5
coerceo for cohaerco, 133 24
COL inserted, 17 36
colludia, 133 32

coluinhus at end of line, 233 3 ; 246 28
coma, 94 20
commcnta, 112 25
committo, 117 25
Commodian's apology, Ix
comperio, 149 23
compressa fames, 43 9
CON- for CVM, 238 28
CON for TKO, 136 25
CON for SVF, 133 7
con- not co«n-, 173 26; 174 26
con- inserted, 189 18; 235 31
con- omitted, 31 31; 132 27; 234 19
concutio, 197 19
condcre in constr. (if, 1H2 23
confertns and conaertus, 13G 2
[conflgo], 133 7



conJluMS, 225 3

confore, 116 3; 122 22

congemisco, 200 20

congrege, 50 12 ; 97 15

coniugium, 41 9

conliUtum, 151 32

conopea, 132 5

contamination of case, 19 17

contcrmina, 137 1; 158 14

contermino, 137 4

contractus, 146 29

conuincere, 64 36

coram, case after, 73 5 ; 131 18 ; 179 21

cornea fihr a, 85 24

corpore trunco, 57 30

correction incorporated in line, 170
30 ; 190 5

CE for V, 113 10

creatum for generatum, 103 17

credens 1. ridens, 30 33

ortio, 189 8

crines cet. of fire, 152 10

crines p)astos, 58 24 ; 156 13

criniger, 111 11

crinis, 90 19

croceus, 96 6; 137 25

crudus, 175 18

CSCI for HOC, 80 26

CTA for ESE, 235 7

ctant omitted before c'iant, 132 20

CV for 0, 77 25

CV for TI, 238 24

cubile, 154 16; 245 9

cucumeres, 164 37

cucumis, 164 15

cul, 28 5

cuUa, 206 9

CVM for AEVI, 155 31

cum and con-, 50 12; 85 20

cum for quern, 150 34

c«»i omitted before con-, 25 35

cum, quum, 127 25

cupido {cuppedo), 224 4

cupitain for ojdatam, 11 25

cur, use of, 20 32

cura and causa, 109 1

ciov'*' 1. jyracstent, 226 23

custos, 159 27

cgclos, 112 15



INDEX.



251



cynojnyia, 85 10

Cyprian, S., credited with Heptateuch,
xvii xxxii
„ first edition of the Genesis

fragt. (15G0), vii
,, works of, pubHshed, ix x

Cyprian, 3rd bishop of Toulon, account
of, xxxix — xli
,, edited by Peiper, xxxiv
,, MSS. of poems, xxxvii xxxviii
,, school of, Iv

D for C, 57 2 ; 93 31 ; 100 27 ; 101 26 ;

1815
D for CL, 205 14
D for G, 186 16
DforL, 131 7; 231 8
D for Q, 97 7

D for B, 96 4 ; 141 21 ; 199 31 ; 217 11
D for S, 236 29
D for SS, 92 28

D for T, 3 8; 29 36; 30 2; 40 17; 51
11; 54 36; 132 1; 134 29; 158 6;
203 37; 213 27; 228 32
D for V, 64 31; 105 35
D doubled, 67 35

D inserted, 21 2; 194 13; 198 29; 215
20

D omitted, 6 26 ; 10 24 ; 12 9 ; 173 3 ;
210 7; 233 1; 236 16

DA for S, 213 33

DA for TVM, 144 25

daemonis, 215 30

damnum pudor is, 186 1

Daniel I'egards luuencus as author of
the Genesis, xxiv

dapes for epulas, 64 17

Darwin, Charles, Ixiv Ixv

DAT omitted, 129 7

ddturus 1. iacturus, 14 6

de, 44 27; 210 9

DE for CA, 37 28

DE for ET, 118 20

DE for CA, 12 9 ; 119 1

DE for IL, 233 9

DE for OE, 181 5

DE for QVI, 13 15

DE for VEL, 234 16

DE for DI, 133 20 ; 166 2



deliiis eet., 104 19 ; 148 31

decern for denos, 53 10

decemhrcs, 147 34; 205 8

decenter 1. senatiis, 119 30, cf . 244 5

decolor, 138 18

decoro, 67 15

decumbo, 106 8; 218 23; 243 31

deesse for desse, 115 36

deest, sense of, 54 11

deferuo, 122 17

dcficio, 110 10

defore fut., 206 2

dcin for dtim, 219 15

delamhere, 28 17

demat, 43 13

delictus dilectus confused, 74 31

denarrat, 86 30

deos, 215 36

deposcit 1. despuit, 116 15

depromere, 113 1

[deserta], 162 22

detergeo, 182 30

detergo, 201 1

detcrmino, 114 19

detrudere, 129 35

deturpo, xlv

deuia as subst., 29 16

DEVS for domiims (DNVS), 4 2; 17
31; 80 6; 139 10; 178 13

DI for A, 230 29

DI for E, 133 12

DI inserted, 146 36

' dictum factum' , cet., 91 19; 243 15

diffluo, 198 12

diligo, 147 9

discito, 99 1

disereti dies, 236 24

discrimen leti, 87 29

disruynpere, 54 14

dis(s)icite, 184 17

distractus, 235 27

distraho, sense of, 67 23

ditesco, 18 32

ditificus, 176 33

dittography, 45 29; 89 32; 107 35;
180 14; 229 17

diuiduus, 198 4

diuinitus lost after tenuiase, 140 32
diuortia, 27 11



252



INDEX.



DM inserted, 203 2

DO for NE, 100 28

docilis, 98 12

doctiloquus, 54 19

dogvia, 159 29

domine, 121 5 ; 129 20

(ZoHiuti = master and mistress, 29 23

dominiis (DNVS) and annus (ANVS),

201 24
domhiiis (DNVS) and deus, 4 2; 10 20 ;

17 31; 139 10; 14125
doviimis (DNS) lost after dum, 105 32
domni/s, 2G31; 189 13
dono (verb), 202 1
dono (subst.), 206 30
doto, 212 26

doubtful quantities, 121 12
double letters \vritten once, liv
dragma, 153 32
duduni 1. vituhun, 105 30
dulcisonus, 208 10
dum omitted, 134 12
Dupanloup, defence of classics, Ixii

e for de, 115 25 ; 138 29

-e final of abl. and adv. not shortened,

xlix
■e final of imper. shortened, xlix
E for A, 4 9; 14 25; 17 31; 75 10; 78

7; 111 7; 117 24; 129 6; 133 14;

135 33; 137 19; 147 28; 150 30;

151 15; 153 28; 155 2; 157 25; 158

9 22; 166 23; 182 24; 194 3; 208

30 ; 213 21 33 ; 214 28 ; 216 25 31 ;

219 2; 221 22; 225 27; 227 11; 230

15; 237 33; 243 25 28; 246 4
E for AC, 10 22
E for AD, 12 9
E for AE, 5 28; 140 30; 142 32; 145

29; 153 8; 160 20; 166 14; 171 21;

198 19; 223 20
E for AR, 62 16
ET for AST, 134 18
E forC, 45 35; 109 16; 182 9
E for H, 161 8
E for HY, 89 34
E for I, 18 22 ; 20 36; 37 23; 46 5; 50

22; 58 35; 59 18; 60 22; 69 3 8; 74



31; 86 5; 89 34; 1011 37; 111 12;

114 7; 118 23; 124 33; 125 17;

140 2; 151 30; 158 35; 161 5; 162

8; 17116 32; 174 15; 186 11; 188

29; 194 15; 197 24; 198 18; 201

1; 205 31; 231 24; 232 3 14 28; 233

1 20; 243 22
E for IH, 99 33
E for IS 119 26; 189 18
E for M, 96 28; 97 23; 100 37
E for 0, 15 4; 18 4; 33 8; 41 2 ; 44

30; 10014; 117 19; 119 30; 14110;

174 15; 178 19, cf. 246 6; 201 16;

213 27; 225 31; 239 14; 241 20
E for R, 222 22
E for S, 77 29 ; 150 2 ; 204 27 ; 212 28 ;

223 15
E for V, 39 4; 80 6; 99 28; 106 30;

108 28; 109 6; 144 7; 179 6
E for VNT, 172 28
E inserted, 20 15; 46 11; 48 24; 97 3;

99 13; 127 13; 150 34; 168 4; 173

34; 205 22; 206 26; 216 31; 228 1;

233 12 23
E omitted, 10 7; 22 5; 68 10; 86 2 ;

101 31; 113 1; 114 1; 115 17; 119

20; 125 11; 140 14; 162 8; 170 2;

215 7; 226 23; 237 5
EA for IE, 238 15
EB inserted, 231 10
Ebert denies authorship of Heptateuch

to luuencus, xxix
EC for AE, 211 7
ecthlipsis not found in C, xlix; 7 4;

8 31; 34 19; 50 10; 03 28; 05 5;

08 13; 109 33; 116 6; 190 15; 218

14 ; 228 12
EF omitted, 203 25
effatur, 95 34

effliujito with double ace, 00 14
ejleblle\.\.flebile, 132 24
EHO for I, 98 30
EL for AB, 11 7
EL for V, 115 25
elimino, 153 34; 187 17
EM for E, 98 29; 100 23; 101 31 ; 119

2; 210 32; 232 27
EM for AE, 111 7 12; 158 7
EM for IN. 180 29



INDEX.



253



EM for IS, 120 27; 210 IG

EM for IV, 108 2

emitigo, 146 28

emo andmitto, compounds of confascd,

18 37; 28 11; 56 2
EMP- for TEN-, 106 20
EN for C, 6 26, cf. 194 17
EN for IS, 173 16
EN inserted, 194 15
Ennodius, school of, liv
.Enochus = Enos, 13 22
Enoch, names of his sons, 12 7
enodis, 168 15

eiiormis, inormis cet., 245 28
ENS for AM, 94 5
ENS for IT, 38 34
ENT inserted, 226 24
epanalepsis, 123 35 ; 190 8
eqxdtibus, 93 37
ER for IT, 185 7
ERE for IT, 11 23
erlpio, 133 12
ERM inserted, 180 12
ERV for ACR, 238 26
-es final, xlix
ES for AE, 171 17
ES for EM, 94 33
ES for I, 176 14
ES for IR, 15 29
ES for VM, 214 20; 217 29
esojms for hijsoims, 89 34
-esco and -isco, 8 36
EST for IS, 114 5
EST for SIT, 199 16
EST inserted, 144 7
EST omitted, 12 35 ; 123 22
Estienne and Morel, xii
et for ac, 246 26
et for at, 81 12
et for atque, 89 11; 138 21; 156 22;

161 18; 167 11
etioY que, SS 12; 169 27; 284 6
et for qui, 189 26
et for ut, 183 27
ET = A, 76 32; 162 11; 242 21
ET for AD, 115 10
ET for AL, 216 12
ET for HANG, 229 9
ET for IF, 41 31



ET for ME, 175 15

ET for R, 3 13

ET for VBI, 30 27

ET for VT, 234 20

ET inserted, 19 17; 56 20; 114 5; 222

22; 228 30
ET misplaced, 44 2
ET omitted, 40 26; 46 36; 62 8 37; 68

7 ; 93 16 ; 102 32 ; 140 14 ; 199 13 ;

209 10; 232 11
etiam omitted, 28 21
euerhero, 173 34
ex plebe seorsa, 30 24
EX for AP, 64 17 ; 89 2
EX inserted, 177 19
EX omitted, 50 33 ; 53 19 ; 61 12 ; 117

35 ; 244 35
exacta referre, 162 21
excitat aras, 19 28, cf. 240 22
excitus, 32 37
exhibeo, 198 9
[exinfumlo], 196 32
expectoro -atio, 117 19
exposco with dep. subj., 135 8
externus and hesternus, 108 15; 150 29

F for C, 173 33

F for P, 108 11 ; 236 33

FforPH (C),xlviii

F for R, 214 11

Ffor S, 96 5; 108 9; 230 2

F for ST, 17 3

F for TR, 57 2

F for V, 76 25 ; 77 6

F doubled, 209 37

F inserted, 125 17 ; 135 27 ; 150 2

F omitted, 8 37

FA for IV 12 33

FA for VO, 232 8

Fabricius, George, Thesaurus, xiii ;

sketch of life of, xiv
[facllial 118 29
facilis anifelix, parts of, confused, 118

29 ; 228 7
fames and ferrum alliteration, 209 10
fare, 80 28
fascis, sg., 76 7
fatu, 157 1
femine, 49 33



254



INDEX.



fcmore and femine, 202 'do

-FEE omitted, 101 G

feridta, 70 18

feira ioi freiia, 173 31

festinus, 66 27

FI for RV, 124 14

flam, f las, cet. , xlix; 3 13; 10 25; 23

35; 89 30; 124 12; 139 12; 140 5;

146 24 ; 153 8 ; 157 7 ; 168 6 ; 220

10 ; 237 29 ; 239 2
fibra, 154 35
ficulna, 8 23
fide, gen. 134 5
fuUi, 108 21 ; 142 22
[fldelisl 98 16 ; 140 13 ; 141 24 ; 142

17
fidelis and felix, parts of, confused,

142 17
[fidere in], 177 4
[fides], 169 13
fiducia, 141 37
FIET for EEIT, 139 12
fimbria, sg. pi., 167 19
finis fern., 159 10
firmo, 226 30
firvius, 64 3

fit... quod.. Juit et sim., 225 1
fiammare animos et sim., 210 20
flebile plangit, 62 10
fluo, 136 32
fluor, 45 17
fluxere, 166 4
fomes, 106 35
/ore = ess


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