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The Dative of Possession is equally common. The Verb sit is suppressed in the phrase vae victis Pseud. 1317 and in the formula for toasts, e.g. Pers. 773 “bene mihi, bene vobis, bene meae amicae!” (On the use of the Accusative in toasts, see below, 46）
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