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How far a Roman of Plautus' time recognised the Locative as a special case is difficult to say. It certainly plays a greater part in Plautine Latin than in Ciceronian; witness expressions of place like proxumae viciniae ‘next door’ (passim), meae viciniae Rud. 613; of time like “die septimiMen. 1156; of value like “trioboli, flocci, nauci, aequi facereMil. 784.

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