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43 ; DIEz. Gramm. III 1 i2. An interesting but little noticed expres�ion of this kind is in caput, which occurs for example several times in Paulinus of Xola; cf. Epist. 42. 2 (p, 360, 1 i) quam suavis sit in te dominus, qui factus es et positus i n c a p u t populi; Carm. 24-, 65S Christus . . factus redemptis i 11 c a p u t; with esse ibid. 25, 181 f. namqtle O1nnes wmm corpus SWIms, omnia C/lI'isto / membra, qltibus Christ us corporis i n c a p 'U t est. \Ye may notice that this usage remained alive in the vulgar language of the early middle ages, e.
ALL XV, pp. 2+5 If. 4 Lexikon fUr Theologie und Kirche, VIn (1936), 31. 5 Ct. below p. 4-9. CHAPTER THREE 46 Bedeutung," for which he gives an example from D ante. For Rumanian see MEYER-LtBKE III § 384. ,p:ev". SS, Glott a II, 125 ; N'IEDERMAXX, Quellen p. 315. Thus, e. , in the Tactica of Constantine Porphyrcgenitus " 'a n i" ,, < E V l1 cl (n:ga,rJ; ele; agalw,eeOV; ,6:rov; ; further references in the authorities cited. This development also seems to me to indicate that the usage in question en joyed a fairly wide distribution in Late and Vulgar L atin ; it cannot have been restricted to a relativeh' isolated dialect.
Cf. Lex Ribuaria 5,1 (11GH. Leges V 214, saec. VI) si autem a u d i r e (in the normalized recension B auditum) non p:rdiderit (cf. PI. Bacch. 158 cited above) ; Cod. Dip!. Long. D. 768) iuxla suo s a p e r e (cf. ItaL sapere 'know ledge, skill') ; Vita S. Gisleni 16 (Anal. Boll. V, p. 18) quia salus animarum sltwn semper erat s i t i r e ('his goal. his desire') ; Troilus. ed. �IERZDORF IV +iO nee prius . . deponant arma . . quam /ems Aeaeides v i v e r e p01rat ibi (i. e. �"itam ponat) ; similarly Ruodlieb V 117 v i v e r e claudit.