298. d. would be what you want me to see.
But in the samples, ipse
s are all referring to persons.
So I'm still unsure if ipse
can be a pronoun of a thing. I can see examples like nunc ipsum
in that page, though.
And there were no sample of the usage with prepositions.
So I'm unsure.
if the privious sentence had a word like ager,
can I use ipse
and make such a sentence as nocte per ipsum ambulabam
referring to ager ?