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Cornelius Severus
Res Romanae
ed. N.E. Lemaire, Poetae Latini minores, vol. 3.
Paris : Didot, 1824. (Bibliotheca classica Latina)


FRAGMENTA

Stratique per herbam
Hic meus est, dixere, dies.
(Sen., Suasoria, II)

Pinea frondosi coma murmurat Apennini
(Persi scholiastes, Ad sat. I, 59)

Flavo praetexerat ora galero.
(Sosipater Charisius, Inst. gramm., I, p.61, ed. Putsch)

Et sua concordes dant sibila clara dracones.
(Sosipater Charisius, Inst. gramm., I, p.61, ed. Putsch)

Ignea nam caelo ducebat sidera Phoebe,
Fraternis successor equis.
(Sosipater Charisius, Inst. gramm., I, p.66, ed. Putsch)

Stabat apud sacras antistita numinis aras.
(Sosipater Charisius, Inst. gramm., I, p.77, ed. Putsch)

Huc ades Aonia crinem circumdata serta.
(Sosipater Charisius, Inst. gramm., I, p.83, ed. Putsch)

Distractos atque salitos.
(Diomedus, I, p.372, ed. Putsch)

Luxuriantur opes atque otia longa gravantur.
(Diomedus, I, p.373, ed. Putsch)

ad quem salliti pumiliones adferebantur.
(Priscianus, XI, p.910, Putsch)

FORUM ROMANUM