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10/2018, ISBN 9780472130764, 1016
A founding father of the "art of philology," Aristarchus of Samothrace (216-144 BCE) made a profound contribution to ancient scholarship. In his study of... 
Language & Literature | LITERARY CRITICISM | Ancient & Classical | Aristarchus,-of Samothrace,-approximately 217 B.C.-145 B.C | Homer.-Iliad | Ancient Languages (see also Latin) | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
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1998, Clarendon later ancient philosophers, ISBN 0198244703, lvi, 436
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Journal of Latin Linguistics, ISSN 2194-8739, 12/2017, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp. 239 - 266
This paper reviews approaches to what is known as the from Varro and Quintilian to the late grammarians. It emphasizes the different points of view adopted to... 
Quintilian | Latin grammarians | Varro | ancient linguistics | ablative | Latin language | Analysis | Grammar | History of linguistics
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Historische Sprachforschung / Historical Linguistics, ISSN 0935-3518, 1/2016, Volume 129, Issue 1, pp. 154 - 169
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2005, Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte, ISBN 9783110179767, Volume Bd. 77, x, 297
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Glotta; Zeitschrift für Griechische und Lateinische Sprache, ISSN 0017-1298, 01/2018, Volume 94, pp. 127 - 152
Ancient Greek grammar, and in particular its parts-of-speech system, provided the conceptual and terminological basis for the description of the Latin... 
Deixis | Traditions | 1st century | Innovations | Greek language | Antiquity | Anaphora | Middle Ages | Grammar | Latin language | Pronouns | Ancient Greek
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Hypothekai, ISSN 2587-7127, 06/2018, Volume 2, pp. 231 - 250
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Journal of Latin Linguistics, ISSN 2194-8739, 07/2017, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp. 43 - 79
After defining grammatical (as opposed to lexical) homonymy as concerning either inflection or the conflict between different parts of speech, attention is... 
Quintilian | Latin grammarians | ancient linguistics | grammatical homonymy | parts of speech | Latin language | Analysis | Grammar, Comparative and general | Historical text analysis | Homonyms | Inflection (Morphology) | Terminology | Morphology | Roman civilization | Rhetoric | Grammar | History of language teaching
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The Classical Quarterly, ISSN 0009-8388, 5/1996, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 239 - 260
The grammarians of antiquity, unlike some of their modern counterparts, seem to have had little interest in investigating ‘what every speaker knows’, at least... 
Theoretical linguistics | Language | Parts of speech | Words | Linguistics | Ordinary language philosophy | Poetry | Skepticism | Syntax | Ambiguity | CLASSICS | classical linguistics | grammar | Greek language (Ancient) | Latin language | History | Philologists | Criticism and interpretation | Grammaticality (Linguistics) | Linguists
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Philologus, ISSN 0031-7985, 06/2010, Volume 154, Issue 1, pp. 97 - 118
Among Greek grammarians a distinction is recognized between a class of nouns capable of referring to several nouns and a class referring to just one proper... 
Charisius | Priscian | Adjective | Varro | Ancient grammar | adjective | ancient grammar | CLASSICS
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Histoire, Épistémologie, Langage, ISSN 0750-8069, 01/2016, Volume 38, Issue 1, p. 123
The linguistic ideas of the 16th-century French grammarian Petrus Antesignanus have been largely neglected up till now. In the present paper, I aim to... 
16th century | History of linguistics | Dialects | Linguistics | Dialectology | Ancient Greek
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Word & Image, ISSN 0266-6286, 07/2015, Volume 31, Issue 3, pp. 343 - 349
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Mnemosyne, ISSN 0026-7074, 2010, Volume 63, Issue 3, pp. 406 - 423
In this paper I argue that Nicarchus AP 11.328 is not merely a parody of the tripartite division of the cosmos recounted at Iliad 15.189-93. This epigram also... 
Parody | Allegorical interpretation | Epigrams | Narrative poetry | Poetry | Philology | Homeric epics | Hades | Papyrus | Stoicism | ancient grammarians | Nicarchus | Homeric parody | Iliad | Homeric scholia | allegorical interpretation | CLASSICS | Analysis | Allegory
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