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  • Linguistic typology and the reconstruction of the Indo-European accusative plural

    In light of the fact that the traditional reconstruction of the Indo-European non-thematic accusative plural suffix *-ns, as the combination of the accusative desinence *-m and the plural ending *-s, violates a linguistic universal which stipulates: «If morphemes of both number and case are present and both follow or both precede the noun base, then the exponent of number almost always comes between the noun base and the exponent of case» (The Universals Archive of the Association for Linguis...

    ‘Aglaia’ or ‘splendour’? Two suggestions of integration in Posidippus 11 Austin-Bastianini (P. Mil. Vogl. VIII 309, col. II, 17-22)

    In this note two integrations are proposed in an epigram from the [λιθι]κ̣ά̣ section of the Milan Papyrus attributed to Posidippus of Pella (11, 4, 6 Austin-Bastianini).

    Nota a Virgilio, Eneida VI 802

    The word aeripedem (Aen. VI 802) must be translated by ‘swift as the wind’, after comparing the testimonia of grammarians and mythographers.

    ψυχή and λόγος in Heraclitus B45 and B115 (Diels-Kranz)

    ψυχή and λόγος are discussed with special reference to their occurrence in Heraclitus fragments 845 and B115 (Diels-Kranz, Fragmente der Vorsokratiker, Berlin 1950). The genetival relationship in these fragments, ψυχή-λόγος, implies neither possession, origin, nor definition. Evidence from the fragments in general does not suggest that ψυχή and λόγος are identical. They are functionally distinct though it is difficult to suppose ψυχή capable of rational thought without λόγος. They may be rega...

    El dativo latino epigráfico en -ā

    Villar, F. (1986)
    The Latin epigraphic dativ in -ā is not the result of a phonetic process, but likely it is a further step in the analogical process of levelling of the case marking of masculine o/e-stems and feminine -ā-stems.
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