Discussion in 'Lingua Latina (Latin)' started by melonidas, Feb 10, 2013.
What is the infinitive form of: poposcebant
It's misspelled. In classical Latin, there can be no such form as poposcebant, because -ebant is a present stem ending, but your word has the perfect stem form of the verb you aare looking for.
If you would bother to give the sentence, you would get more help.
Duces milites-que nostri precibus maximis civitates pacem poposcebant
And the correct sentence (with poscebant) is used as an example in this Spanish-language set of exercises.
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