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Provenience is indicated by Ablative, not merely of town-names, etc., e.g. but with the same freedom as the Ablative of Motion in Old Latin Corresponding to Locative viciniae, we have Most. 1062foris concrepuit proxuma vicinia” (cf. hinc Mil. 1377,hinc sonitum fecerunt fores”). Lucilius admits Aegypto sargus (1276 Ma.) along with Syracusis sola ‘bootsoles from S.’ (446 Ma.). Compare also phrases like Pers. 251Ope gnatus” (but Mil. 1081ex Ope natust”); also the Ablative in the phrase stare sententia, e.g.

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