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Hom., Od., XII, 401 ἡμεῖς δ᾿ αἶψ᾿ ἀναβάντες ἐνήκαμεν εὐρέϊ. πόντῳ. Cp. VIII, 51; IV, 780.

Priscianus, ap. G.L., II, 151, 18 K: ‘Linter’ . . . apud nostros femininum est. Livius in VI—

iam in altum expulsa lintre

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‘Sergius,’ ap. G.L., IV, 541, 26 K: ‘Tapeta’ masculino et neutro genere declinatur . . . apud Livium . . . —

erant et equorum inaurata tapeta.

Cp. Prob., ap. G.L., IV, 130, 1 K.

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Nonius, 194, 14: ‘Balteus’ masculini generis. . . . Livius lib. IX—

auratae vaginae, aurata baltea illis erant.

Non. 493: Livius Bentin. laberius cdd.

‘Sergius’: Livium ‘Serg.’ Lucilium Prob.

Non. 194: trib. Liv. Andron. Hertz.

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Doubtful Fragments

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Priscianus: ‘Linter’. . . in the works of our writers is a feminine noun. Liviusa in the sixth book—

the boat now thrust out into the deep

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‘Sergius’: ‘Tapeta’ is a word declined in both a masculine and a neuter form. . . . In a passage of Livius . . .—

the coverlets too of the horses were overlaid with gold.

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Nonius: ‘Balteus’ of the masculine gender. . . . Livius in the ninthb book—

they had golden quivers and golden belts.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.livius_andronicus-doubtful_fragments.1936