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The phrase quot calendis β€˜on the first day of each month,’ Stich. 60 β€œvos meministis quot calendis petere demensum cibum”, affords an interesting contrast to quoti-die (cottidie).

Plautus' use of qui, quod for classical Latin quis, quid (and vice versa) belongs rather to Accidence than to Syntax (Statistics will be found in Seyffert's article in the Berliner Philologische Wochenschrift 1893, p. 278). The use of Subjunctive and Indicative Mood with Relative Pronouns is treated in V. 30

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