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INTRODUCTION Relative pronouns underwent complex changes during the shift from Latin into the Romance languages, which affected phonetics, morphology and syntax. A contras- tive analysis of the evidence from antiquity to modern times allows us to

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’Épopée celtique d’Irlande . Paris Mastrocinque , A. 2009 : Bona Dea and Marriage Rituals in Rome and Ancient Italy . Heidelberg–Messina–Firenze (electronic version) Nădejde , I. – Nădejde Gesticone , A. s. a.: Dicționar Român-Latin Complect

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'une même langue. Tel est notre procédé lorsque nous voulons rendre compte de l'origine des langues romanes ; le problème cependant qui surgit ici, c'est que cette « origine », le latin, s'étale devant nous - â première vue au moins - sous une forme

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is conditioned by its Greek sources, one must also recognize the text’s practical purpose: to make the sacred scriptures understandable to Latin speakers, many of whom belonged to the lower classes. This version, or rather these versions, provide a

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, come tutti gli autori cristiani, mostrò interesse soprattutto per le sue opere filosofiche, come osserva anche Shanzer: “Cicero – orator, rhetorician, statesman, and philosopher – is the Latin author most often cited by Augustine. The speeches, grounded

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romanzo che egli interpreta come usi artificiali originatisi nella lingua scritta e legati a una “metaforización en base al latín”. 8 Pur non potendo escludere una simile motivazione, sembra valga la pena approfondire perché tali fenomeni si verifichino

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Sources of two neo-latin texts are identified.

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. FLNySz = Finály Henrik: A latin nyelv szótára [1884]. Reprint. Budapest, 2002. GDDT = Doria Mario: Grande dizionario del dialetto triestino . Storico etimologico fraseologico . Con la collaborazione di Claudio Noliani

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livienne, et hors de toute systématisation linguistique, identifie une particularité de dictio relevée chez quelques auteurs africains. Concept linguistique, d’autre part, appréhendant comme dialecte spécifique le latin de l’Afrique romaine, concept

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and sixteenth centuries. 6 It is fairly clear that the later narrative charms appearing in Welsh manuscripts display a propensity for expanded rhetoric within the biblical narrative while also demonstrating a decline in the inclusion of Latin as the

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