I was intrigued by my question to ask this question. In that questions we have a sequence of 2 ablative nouns in a row:
"[Dama] differt a capreis [solis] cornibus ..."
I don't count solis because it is an adjective and adjectives are easily appended. For this question adjectives can be ignored altogether. So basically every ablative noun should have different role in the sentence. (or different ablative type)
In the example above, I think we can add (at least theoretically - for the sake of the demonstration) another ablative noun to signify the time :
"[Dama] differt a capreis [solis] cornibus hora [nona] ..."
So in that case we would have 3 ablative nouns in a row.
My question is, therefore, what is the longest sequence of nouns ablative (in a row - only allowed to be separated by adjective ablatives), to appear in the large corpus of Latin texts? Or, alternatively, if you can generate a sound sentence yourself that contain a long sequence, please share it.
My question is also valid with the dative case. to which I can think of a sequence of 2 such as: "mihi cordi est"