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2016, ISBN 1107093600, xii, 187 pages
"What did Greek speakers in the Roman empire do when they wanted to learn Latin? They used Latin-learning materials containing authentic, enjoyable vignettes... 
Latin language | Latin language, Colloquial
Book
2012, Cambridge classical texts and commentaries, ISBN 9781107020108, Volume 49, 53., v.
The Colloquia are manuals written to help ancient Greeks and Romans get around in each other's languages; they contain examples of how to conduct activities... 
Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana | Pseudo-Dositheus | Grammar | Latin language | Rome Social life and customs | Greek language
Book
2010, ISBN 0521513952, xviii, 515
"What is colloquial Latin? What can we learn about it from Roman literature, and how does an understanding of colloquial Latin enhance our appreciation of... 
Style | Speech in literature | Latin language | History and criticism | Latin language, Colloquial | Latin literature | History
Book
2002, ISBN 0199242879, x, 414
How did Romans address their children, their parents, their slaves, and their patrons? When one Roman called another 'dearest', 'master', 'brother', 'human... 
Address, Forms of | Social interaction | Names, Latin | Latin language | Forms of address | Social aspects | Names, Personal | History | Rome
Book
2007, ISBN 9780195312935, xvii, 345
Ancient Greek Scholarship is the only introduction to this important and fast-growing field, with information on all aspects of using and reading ancient... 
Greece | Civilization | Greek literature | Criticism, Textual | Greek philology | History | Transmission of texts | Scholia
Book
2016, ISBN 1107093600
"What did Greek speakers in the Roman empire do when they wanted to learn Latin? They used Latin-learning materials containing authentic, enjoyable vignettes... 
Spoken Latin | Latin language
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2016, ISBN 9781107474574
What did Greek speakers in the Roman empire do when they wanted to learn Latin? They used Latin-learning materials containing authentic, enjoyable vignettes... 
Latin language | Latin language, Colloquial
Web Resource
Lingue e Linguaggio, ISSN 1720-9331, 01/2018, Volume 17, Issue 1, p. 7
During the Roman empire Greek speakers spent several centuries in contact with, and politically subordinated to, Latin speakers. This contact led to the use of... 
Greek civilization | English | Morphophonemics | Language history | Borrowing | Diachronic linguistics | Morphology | Latin language | Code switching | Language contact | Ancient Greek
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Lingue e Linguaggio, ISSN 1720-9331, 01/2018, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 7 - 36
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Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, ISSN 0084-5388, 1/2015, Volume 193, pp. 65 - 77
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New Testament Studies, ISSN 0028-6885, 01/2019, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 121
A bilingual Greek-Latin glossary in the papyrus Chester Beatty AC 1499 (= New Testament P99, Vetus Latina AN glo Paul) contains numerous short extracts from... 
Chester Beatty 1499 | Vetus Latina | bilingual glossary | papyrus P99 | Paul | RELIGION
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Journal of Latin Linguistics, ISSN 2194-8739, 05/2015, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 17 - 31
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Journal of Politeness Research, ISSN 1612-5681, 07/2016, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 197 - 220
This paper takes four frameworks for understanding linguistic politeness (Brown and Levinson, Watts, Terkourafi, Hall) and tests each on the same corpus to see... 
Latin | please | politeness | Cicero | rogo | oro | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | Historical text analysis | Speech acts | Etiquette | Language history | Politeness | Roman civilization | Linguistics | Behavior | Corpus analysis
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01/2010, Oxford Classical Monographs, ISBN 9781280764035
Annotation How did an Athenian citizen address his wife, his children, his dog? How did they address him? The only evidence we have is in the form of written... 
Web Resource
Classical Quarterly, ISSN 0009-8388, 12/2015, Volume 65, Issue 2, pp. 807 - 821
Among the more peculiar literary papyri uncovered in the past century are numerous bilingual texts of Virgil and Cicero, with the Latin original and a Greek... 
CLASSICS | Classical studies | Greek civilization | Literary criticism | Literary translation | Historical text analysis | Latin American literature | Dictionaries | Greek language | Bilingualism | Latin language | Reading deficiencies
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Ontario History, ISSN 0030-2953, 2019, Volume 111, Issue 2, p. 195
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The Classical Quarterly, ISSN 0009-8388, 12/2012, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 731 - 748
When asked to give the Latin for please, Classicists have a tendency to think first of the Plautine terms sis and amabo, both of which are rare in the works of... 
Recommendations | Writers | Politeness | Search terms | Language translation | Words | Linguistics | Word frequency analysis | Representation letters | Reference letters | CLASSICS | Latin language | Ancient languages | Semantics
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