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From this Cognate Accusative it is an easy transition to the Adverbial Accusative, e.g. In Amph. 301 editors change “modum maiorem” to “multo maiorem,” “igitur magis modum maiorem in sese concipiet metum.Quod genus and id genus are not found in Plautus or Terence, but are familiar to Lucilius (see Arch. Lat. Lex. 5, 387). On cetera, ceterum see below, VIII. 2 on circum, VII. 2

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