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430

Verbs of placing, though implying motion, take the construction of the place where:

Such are pōnō, locō, collocō, statuō, cōnstituō, etc.:—
quī in sēde ac domō collocāvit (Par. 25) , who put [one] into his place and home. statuitur eques Rōmānus in Aprōnī convīviō (Verr. 3.62) , a Roman knight is brought into a banquet of Apronius. īnsula Dēlos in Aegaeō marī posita (Manil. 55) , the island of Delos, situated in the aegean Sea. sī in ūnō Pompêiō omnia pōnerētis (id. 59), if you made everything depend on Pompey alone. 633

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Allen and Greenough [n.d.], New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges [info] [word count] [AllenGreenough].
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