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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 44 related to Latin, Or, The Empire of a Sign: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries.   

Latin Elegiac Verse

Maurice Platnauer - Foreign Language Study - 2013 - 136 pages
Published in 1951, this is an exhaustive study of the versification of the great Latin elegists of the Augustan age.
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The Italic Dialects: Edited with a Grammar and Glossary

R. S. Conway - Foreign Language Study - 2013 - 490 pages
A two-volume collection, published in 1897 with a grammar and glossary, of the remains of Oscan, Umbrian and other Italic dialects.
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The Italic Dialects: Edited with a Grammar and Glossary

R. S. Conway - Foreign Language Study - 2013 - 246 pages
A two-volume collection, published in 1897 with a grammar and glossary, of the remains of Oscan, Umbrian and other Italic dialects.
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An Essay on the Modern Pronunciation of the Greek and Latin Languages

Uvedale Price - Foreign Language Study - 2014 - 274 pages
This 1827 publication, praised by Wordsworth as 'most ingenious', seeks to correct the modern mispronunciation of ancient Greek and Latin.
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Latin Alive: The Survival of Latin in English and the Romance Languages

Joseph B. Solodow - Foreign Language Study - 2010 - 356 pages
Joseph Solodow tells the story of how Latin developed into modern French, Spanish, and Italian, and also deeply affected English.
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The Naming of the Shrew: A Curious History of Latin Names

John Wright - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2014 - 303 pages
Latin names ? frequently unpronounceable, all too often wrong and always a tiny puzzle to unravel ? have been annoying the layman since they first became formalised as ...
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Early and Late Latin

J. N. Adams, Nigel Vincent - Foreign Language Study - 2016 - 360 pages
This book focuses on the continuity between the documented stages in the history of Latin and its development into Romance.
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