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And the laws of Classical Latin for the expression of ‘at’ (also ‘to’ and ‘from’) without a Preposition in the case of towns and small islands and with a Preposition in the case of countries were not strictly enforced in Early Latin. Even Terence uses in Lemno nearly as freely as Lemni and allows in Lemnum (iter esset) beside in Ciliciam in Phorm. 66, while he actually seems to prefer ex Andro, e Corintho, etc. (see below, 39, 54). On boni consulere see above, 11
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