[*] 426. Relations of Place1 are expressed as follows:—
- The place from which, by the Ablative with ab , dē , or ex .
- The place to which (or end of motion), by the Accusative with<*>d or in.
- The place where, by the Ablative with in (Locative Ablative).
- Place from
- ā septentriōne, from the north.
- cum ā vōbīsdiscesserō; (Cat. M. 79), when I leave you.
- dē prōvinciādēcēdere, to come away from one's province.
- dē monte, down from the mountain.
- “negōtiātorex Āfricā” (Verr. 2.1.14) , a merchant from Africa.
- “ex Britanniāobsidēs mīsērunt ” (B. G. 4.38) , they sent hostages from Britain.
- Mōsa prōfluit ex monteVosegō; (id. 4.10), the Meuse (flows from) rises in the Vosges mountains.
- Place to which (end of
- “nocte ad Nerviōspervēnērunt ” (B. G. 2.17) , they came by night to the Nervii.
- “adībam ad istum fundum” (Caec. 82) , I was going to that estate.
- in Āfricamnāvigāvit, he sailed to Africa; in Ītaliamprofectus, gone to Italy.
- “lēgātumin Treverōs mittit ” (B. G. 3.11) , he sends his lieutenant into the [country of the] Treveri.
- Place where:—