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rebus suis

Postby pmda » Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:19 pm

In LLPSI Cap XXXIX Orbig scribit:

Aeneas salutem sperare ausus est et rebus suis confidere: nam regimam opperiens, dum in ingenti templo singula opera lustrat, vidit imagines belli Troiani ordine pictas.

Quid est 'rebus suis'? Ablativus? Dativus? Aeneas se confisus est?
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Re: rebus suis

Postby adrianus » Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:24 pm

Aut dativo aut ablativo servit istud verbum, confido.

Either dative or ablative. Confido takes either (though rarely the ablative with a personal object, according to L&S).

"Aeneas sibi confisus est"; rarè "se confisus est" personale cum pronomine, secundum L&S
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