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Collapse And Reorganization Of The Latin Nominal Flection As Reflected In Epigraphic Sources

Collapse And Reorganization Of The Latin Nominal Flection As Reflected In Epigraphic Sources

  • Auteur: Gaeng, Paul A.
  • Éditeur: Scripta Humanistica
  • Collection: Linguistics
  • ISBN: 091637906X
  • Lieu de publication:  Potomac , United States
  • Année: 1984
  • Langue: Anglais

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A study of changes in noun and adjective declensional patterns in late Latin inscriptions from the eastern part of the Roman Empire (Dalmatia and the Balkans). "A valuable buttress to our theorizing concerning the stages in the collapse of the Latin declension."-Douglas C. Walker, Language. "Une véritable étude definitive."-Frank R. Hamlin, Critique. "...It affords a good overview of the inscriptional evidence for the development of noun and adjective inflection in the Imperial period. ...[This study] can be warmly recommended."-Robert A. Hall, Romance Philology.