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, identified 16 examples of the ablative absolute with its subject coreferential with the subject of the main clause. These are therefore examples of something that could be called the “ablative non-absolute”. Tarriño-Ruiz compares these statistics to the study

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the satellites (‘adverbials’) of verbs and also in other verbal constructions like the ablative absolute clause. Again, the illustrative examples will be taken from the rich material of the LLDB Database. The use of the accusative instead of the

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159 81 Scaglione, Aldo 1970. Ars grammatica. A bibliographic survey, two essays on the grammar of the Latin and Italian subjunctive, and a note on the ablative absolute. Janua

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Participial clauses (namely conjunct participles and ablative absolutes) will be investigated with regard to their informative nature. They can be interpreted as expressing background or foreground actions, in the light of the expanding use of

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be buried into the grave despite the prohibition. The ablative absolute te cupiente could grammatically concern to Theodora and Constantius too, but the vocative in line 19 ( magne dux ) and the possess adjective tuum (belongs to the word

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