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'insuetis' in Ranae regem petunt

Postby msfonsecajr » Sun Sep 30, 2012 9:46 pm

Salutes vobis, amici!!

Versus fabulae hii sunt:

Cum tristem servitutem flerent Attici,
non quia crudelis ille, sed quoniam grave
omne insuetis onus, et coepissent queri,
Aesopus talem tum fabellam rettulit.


Mihi videtur artem grammaticam nominativum casum petere, id est, "insueti". Licentiane poetica Phaedrus 'insuetis' ponit?

Curate ut valeatis,
Fonseca
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Re: 'insuetis' in Ranae regem petunt

Postby bedwere » Sun Sep 30, 2012 10:14 pm

msfonsecajr wrote:Salutes vobis, amici!!

Versus fabulae hii sunt:

Cum tristem servitutem flerent Attici,
non quia crudelis ille, sed quoniam grave
omne insuetis onus, et coepissent queri,
Aesopus talem tum fabellam rettulit.


Mihi videtur artem grammaticam nominativum casum petere, id est, "insueti". Licentiane poetica Phaedrus 'insuetis' ponit?

Curate ut valeatis,
Fonseca

Minime, o Fonseca. Phaedrus enim hoc significavit: omne onus hominibus insuetis grave est.

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