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The Double Accusative, of person and thing, is found even with, e.g. and other verbs, besides the usual doceo, celo, posco, etc., e.g.

Lastly may be mentioned the Old Latin use of in with Accusative instead of Ablative, e.g. in mentem est (like in mentem venit) (see VII. 2).

(On the use of the Accusative with the Infinitive, see V. 34

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