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Skutsch (1985: 173). The construction is imitated by Vergil at Aen. 4. 576 sancte deorum ‘(most) holy of Gods’; cf. KS I, 425 and Diggle (2006: 104). 15 Probably obsolete already in Ennius’ day, ceu was revived by Lucretius and taken up by Vergil and other Augustan poets, and in the 1st c. ad it enjoyed some currency even in prose (notably that of the younger Seneca, the elder Pliny, Suetonius, and Apuleius); Hofmann & Szantyr 634. Vergil softens his lupi ceu for Latin speakers by following it immediately with raptores, which functions as an adj.

This was the first step towards categorizing the vocabulary, towards the differentiation of the ìÝæÅ ôïF ºüªïı, the partes orationis, the parts of speech. 3 A remarkable parallel is found in a grammatical tradition quite independent of the Greek, namely the Indian. ). The earlier íüìïò vs çýóØò debate (on which see Guthrie (1962–81: III, ch. 4) centred on the question whether language reflects reality or imposes an arbitrary structure on it. The later, Alexandrian and Middle- / Neo-platonist ŁÝóØò vs çýóØò framework alluded to by W.

G. The plane will be leaving at 8). g. L’avion part a` 8 heures), although not in most dependent clauses (Quand l’avion partira, nous commencerons). g. He will be there by now/Il sera de´ja` la` (cf. Price 1993: 320–2). Middle English has famously been said (Bailey & Maroldt 1977) to have been creolized through intensive contact with French after the Norman Conquest, but more recent work has shown that the influence of French was ‘neither extreme nor special’ (Fennell 2001: 130) and that French was affected as much as or more than English; see Fennell (2001: 125–33) for a good survey, and Thomason & Kaufman (1988) for more detailed information.

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