[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
T. Zielinski, Das Clauselgesetz in Ciceros Reden: Grundzuge einer oratorischen Rhythmik, Philologus Supplement 9.1 (Berlin, 1904) 589-849, esp. 616-17.
E. A. Sturtevant and R. G. Kent, "Elision and Hiatus in Latin Prose and Verse," TAPA 46 (1915) 129-55.
Henri Bornecque, Les clausules metriques latines, Travaux et Memoires de l'Universite de Lille, n.s., 1.6 (Lille, 1907).
2
n. 40 infra
4
Sturtevant and Kent (supra, n. 1)
5
Quint. 9.4.33 (infra, passage 3).
Sturtevant and Kent (supra, n. 1) 153-54.
6
De Or. 3.45, 171
Quint. 8.6.62, 12.9.17.
8
Pompeius 5.298K
Aen. 6.803, [Aen.] 1a
9
Sturtevant and Kent (supra, n. 1) 133, §6
10
W. Allen, Accent and Rhythm (Cambridge, 1973) 147n
Vox Latina2 (Cambridge, 1978) 30-31
M. Nyman, "Mytacism in Latin Phonology," Glotta 55 (1977) 111-20.
R. Fink, "A Long Vowel Before Final -m in Latin?" AJP 90 (1969) 444-52
11
B. Joseph and R. Wallace, "Latin sum/Oscan súm, sim, esum," AJP 108 (1987) 675-93.
686 and nn. 32-34
J. Soubiran, L'élision dans la poésie latine (Paris, 1966) 160-62.
12
Sturtevant and Kent (supra, n. 1) 148.
14
Fragmenta Bobiensa B123-25
Sacerdos B133-35.
16
D. Shanzer, "Felix Capella: Minus sensus quam nominis pecudalis," CP 81 (1986) 62-81.
17
J. Willis has demonstrated that one should be particularly suspicious of possible interpolations in the text of Martianus: De Martiano Capella Emendando, Mnemosyne Supplement 18 (Lyons, 1971).
18
C. Questa, Introduzione alla metrica di Plauto (Bologna, 1967) 14-21.
L. Stephens, "The Lexical Diffusion of Vowel Shortening in Classical Latin: Iambic Verbs," Helios 12 (1985) 39-50
idem, "The Shortening of Final -o in Classical Latin: A Study in Multiple Conditioning and Lexical Diffusion of Sound Change," IF 91 (1986) 236-58.
Heaut. 302
Eun. 751
20
J. Dangel, "Le mot, support de lecture des clausules cicéroniennes et liviennes," REL 62 (1984) 386-415
Cicero, where only the sequence of long and short syllables is taken into account (pp. 387-88).
23
W. Shumaker, "Final Vowel plus -m: A Note on the Reading of Quantitative Latin Verse," CP 65 (1970) 185-87
24
L. Brunner, "Zur Elision langer Vokale in lateinischen Vers," MH 13 (1956) 185- 92
"Muß man schließen, daß lange Vokale in klassischer Zeit nicht elidiert wurden" (p. 192).
25
Liv. 1.12.1 and 9.3.16 initio Eunuchi Terentius = v. 46.
Diomedes (1.468K)
27
Verr. 2.5.118.
28
M. L. West, Greek Metre (Oxford, 1982) 144
Sotades 3.1, 4b.1-2
Quint. 9.4.6.
29
Quint. 9.4.51.
30
R. Syme, Tacitus (Oxford, 1958) 353.
31
Aen. 1.228
Aen. 3.464
Sallust's Bellum Iugurthinum
F. Dunn, "A Prose Hexameter in Seneca? (Cons. ad Marc. 26.7)," AJP 110 (1989) 488-91.
33
W. Peek, Griechische Vers-Inschriften 1, Grab-Epigramme [Berlin, 1955] nos. 4, 5, 7, 13, 16, etc.
34
Sturtevant and Kent (supra, n. 1) 130-31, 133-34.
R. G. Kent, The Sounds of Latin (Baltimore, 1945) 150-51
36
Sturtevant and Kent [supra, n. 1
38
J. Hellegourarc'h, Le monosyllabe dans l'hexamètre latin: Essai de métrique verbale (Paris. 1964) 243-58.
39
W. Ott, Metrische Analysen zu Vergil, Aeneis, Materialen zu Metrik und Stilistik, vols. 1ff. (Tübingen, 1982-)
H. Hoenigswald, "Lan- guage, Meter, and Choice in Latin: Word-initial Stop and Liquid," in U. Pieper and G. Stickel, eds., Studia Linguistica Diachronica et Synchronica (Berlin, 1985) pp. 377-83.
40
"De Clausulis Quintilianeis" (diss., Breslau, 1909) 67-68.
41
Diomedes to be a senarius (B141).
n. 1 supra
A. C. Clark, Fontes Prosae Numerosae (Oxford, 1909)
Grammatici Latini [Leipzig, 1857-1870]
Halm (Rhetores Latini Minores [Leipzig, 1863])
n. 6 supra
Charisius 1.49K
Fortunatianus 127H
Martianus Capella §515
Servius 4.445K
Pompeius 5.286-87K
42
n. 11 supra.
43
De Oratore 3.42
Brutus 137
Gellius (13.6.3)
Catullus 84
44
Soubiran (n. 11 supra) 559-90.
45
A. Siedow, "De Elisionis Aphaeresis Hiatus Usu in Hexametris Latinis ab Ennii usque ad Ovidii Tempora" (diss., Greifswald, 1911) 61-87.
46
Caecin. 72%
Imp. Pomp. 85%
Rab. Post. 78%
Cic. Or. 152
Quint. 8.6.64.
47
R. Jackendoff, X̄-Syntax: A Study of Phrase Structure, Linguistic Inquiry, Monograph 2 (Cambridge, 1977).
G. Horrocks Generative Grammar (London, 1987).
48
T. Habinek, The Colometry of Latin Prose, University of California Publications in Classical Studies 25 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1985)
49
M. Nespor and I. Vogel, Prosodic Phonology, Studies in Generative Grammar 28 (Dordrecht, 1986).
50
B. Hayes, "The Prosodic Hierarchy in Meter," in P. Kiparsky and G. Youmans, eds., Phonetics and Phonology 1, Rhythm and Meter (New York, 1989).
51
Ibid.
52
n. 38 supra
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