Charisivs, in his chapter on Adverbs, cites for Hispane (p. 260 of the new edition by Barwick; p. 200 of the old edition by Keil) a line of Ennius' Annals (the number of the book is not stated; see Barwick's note):
Hispane, non Romane memoretis loqui me.
Professor Norden (Ennius und Vergil, p. 114), the apostle of Combinations-forschung, combines this fact with another fact mentioned by Livy (XXI. 19, 6), the celebre per Hispaniam responsum of a Spanish town to a Roman embassy. But why does he ignore a third fact which must be brought into any combination that can be convincing—the quotation of this line of Ennius by Festus in a paragraph (of the R-chapter) which apparently deals with Graeco-Roman affinities (362, 10) ?