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I LOS RELATIVOS-INTERROGATIVOS DE LUGAR: DEL LATÍN AL ROMANCE La lengua latina presentaba en su variedad clásica un paradigma bastante complejo de adverbios relativos-interrogativos de lugar, integrado por cuatro unidades que se diferenciaban

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* The present paper has been prepared within the framework of the project OTKA (Hungarian Scientific Research Fund) No. K 108399 entitled “Computerized Historical Linguistic Database of Latin Inscriptions of the Imperial Age” (see: http

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105, on the occasion of the Dacian wars, have been recorded in epigraphy and underline the adjectives incolumis, redux and victor . 10 Graeco-Latin literature has relatively abundant examples of the importance of appeasing the gods during a journey

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1 INTRODUCTION This paper aims at providing additional data to the framework outlined by J. N. Adams 1 for the occurrence of 〈e〉 and 〈o〉 for Classical Latin (= CL) /ĭ/ and /ŭ/ in Latin papyri and ostraca. Many studies have already been carried out

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In this study the autor provides a survey on the interaction between English and the Latin, French, Italian, Spanish and Potuguese is analyses chronologically, with a special regard to the phonological modifications of loan-words. 

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1 Framing the problem The reshaping of the “Classical Latin” (CL) vowel system (based on quantitative oppositions involving long vs. short vowels) into the Romance vowel system (based on qualitative oppositions involving different degrees of opening

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In the 15th and 16th centuries secular medieval Latin songs attracted the attention of musicians. Two examples (Vinum bonum et suave, and Potatores exquisiti), in their medieval and renaissance manifestations, highlight the differences of approach to music in the two period. Both are drinking songs but have associations with sacred repertoire; and seem to be connected to monastic culture; and the two seem to have migrated to disparate regions of Europe.

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The detailed treatment of the Latin supine has been neglected both in scholarly literature and in language teaching, even though it is a very ancient form that has survived in an interesting way and was used even in late Latin. The fact that the Latin supine has a parallel in Sanskrit deserves attention. In this study I demonstrate that Priscian projected the Latin usage of his own time back to classical Latin, which fact was nevertheless not detrimental to his credibility.

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more than 70 per cent are rare in the whole of Latin literature…” 7 According to Whatmough we have to distinguish between genuine and apparent once-words. The true once-word never recurs; the number of them is exceedingly small. The once-words in

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“ABSOLUTENESS” OF ABSOLUTE CONSTRUCTIONS When we think about Classical Latin, the only absolute construction that comes to mind is the ablativus absolutus (AA). The name of this construction itself hints at its twofold meaning: the form should be

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