The Allen and Greenough is still under construction;
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369. Some verbs ordinarily intransitive may have an
Accusative of the direct object along with the Dative of the indirect
(cf. § 362. a): -
- cui cum réx crucem
minaretur (Tusc. i. 102), and when the king threatened him with
(Manil. 35), he exacted hostages of hte Cretans.
- Ascanióne pater
Rómánás invidet arcés
(Aen. iv. 234), does the father envy Ascanius his Roman citadels?
[With invideó this construction
is poetic or late.]
a. With the passive voice this dative may
be retained: -
- quí iam nunc sanguinem meum
sibi indulgérí aequum cénset
(Liv. xl. 15. 16), who even now thinks it right that my blood should
granted to him as a favor.
cénsóribus dénarií trecentí
imperátí sunt (Verr. ii. 137), three hundred
denarii were exacted of each censor.
- Scaevolae concessa est fácundiae virtús
(Quint. xii. 3. 9), to Scaevola has been granted excellence in