Partes Orationis as discussed by Virgilius Maro Grammaticus with some observations upon his inflection and syntax. by Clement Orestes Meredith

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  • Virgilius Maro, -- Grammaticus, -- 7th cent.

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Pagination75 p.
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This is a reproduction of a library book that was digitized by Google as part of an ongoing effort to preserve the information in books and make it universally accessible. Part II A. Transcriptions of discussed in Part B. Appendix: List of discussed in Part the unpublished catalogues I other catalogues and documents I Bibliography Index I: Name and short-title index to Part II A above Index II: General index Book II was widely circulated throughout the Middle Ages, independently of Book I.

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già Weichert«Tam doctum autem cultumque poetam, qualem hunc Furium fuisse illa fragmenta produnt, quid mirum si Virgilius. Pomponius Secundus (§7) and Seneca would not. it may be supposed, have composed choric songs (to mark the acts) without the example of the ancient poets, and Horace (AP.

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