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: The Contribution of Ancient Greek. Transactions of the Philological Society 108.1 (2010) 15–40; CONTI, L. – LURAGHI, S.: The Ancient Greek Partitive Genitive in Typological Perspective. In LURAGHI, S. – HUUMO, T. (eds): Partitive Case and Related

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. The change from autem to aurem in L must be due to the loss of the word quantum construed with the partitive genitive musicae . An ‘ear for music’ is ingenious but has no support in the Greek. Of all evidence that can be cited in

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