By Ivy Livingston
Because the oldest literary Latin preserved in any volume, the language of Livius exhibits many good points of linguistic curiosity and increases fascinating questions of phonolgy, morphology and syntax.
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Burge , p. 30 f. 9. 30 is from Rome, dedron has the syncope (or syllabic notation) characteristic of Oscan- and Umbrian-speaking regions, cf. 379) from Pisaurum. See Vine, p. 339. 10. Riv. Fil. 33, p. 496. 11. Vine, p. 203; Walde, WklPh. 1915, p. 793. 12. cf. also sumus , estis , sunt . 13. Kritische Erla¨uterungen , p. 192. ' w) was the original to -participle of cerno¯ ( B/*krin14. Certus (B/*kri -to -, cf. Gk. krito e=o-, cf. Gk. kr¤nv). 15. Or nine of thirteen, if one accepts the emendation of potantes danunt for potantes dant at Curc.
170 W: Patiere quod dant , quando optata non danunt . Naev. B. P. 36 W: eam carnem victoribus danunt . Pac. tr. 218 Á/219 W: Di me etsi perdunt , tamen esse adiutam expetunt j quom prius quam intereo spatium ulciscendi danunt . Pl. Capt. 819, Curc. ), Merc . 226, Most . 129, 561, Pers . 256, 852, Poen . 1253, Pseud . 767, 770, Rud . 594, Truc . 181, 245. 2. Ann. 158 W: Prodinunt famuli : tum candida lumina lucent . Red i¯nunt is attributed to Ennius by Festus, but the line is not preserved (p. 287 M).
Compare also such English expressions as ‘‘once broken, never mended’’. 22 A Linguistic Commentary on Livius Andronicus 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Feist, p. 231. OLD mg. 3. The -i- is marked long in L-H, W-H, and Bader, for example. ) and with comparatives. Cf. , Fr. onze . This episode of Osthoff must have been rather late, since it followed the change of *-oi' - to -u¯ - and the syncope of the internal short vowel. This idea is at least as early as Vanicˇek (1874) and is taken up by Brugmann (Die Demonstrativpronomina der Indogermanischen Sprachen [Leipzig, 1904]), W-H, E-M, L-H, etc.
A Linguistic Commentary on Livius Andronicus (Studies in Classics) by Ivy Livingston