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The ‘Objective Genitive’ has been already mentioned (4). In Asin. 77 sq. the Verb takes the Dative, the Verbal Noun the Genitive, obsequi gnato meo . . obsequium illius. Interesting Plautine examples of this Genitive are Truc. 145 (cf. 223) “rei male gerentes”, and the obscure “iuris coctiores (doct.?)Poen. 586.

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