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Yes, this does indeed appear to be a partitive genitive. Changing the word order as you suggest is legitimate if it helps you. I think it is most useful in its original place where una and sine alia are next to each other. I like analyzing things sequentially, so let us start with the whole sentence. To clarify the role of the relative clause, I will add ...


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To answer the first question, I don't think there's any difference in how we may translate "unus tribunorum" vs. "unus ex tribunis" if we understand both to have a partitive meaning. However, Allen and Greenough's Latin Grammar notes that the partitive genitive (which they call "genitive of the whole") indicates the greater ...


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