Linguistic Studies on Latin

Selected papers from the 6th International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics (Budapest, 23–27 March 1991)

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The volume contains 26 articles (17 in English, 9 in French), selected from the papers presented at the 6th International Colloquim on Latin Linguistics, organized in Budapest. The authors share a common interest in applying to the study of Latin the conceptual framework of contemporary linguistics, mainly, but not exclusively, the theoretical tools of functional grammar and of the newest trends in pragmatics. Most studies envisage Latin in its synchronic functioning, but some papers embrace diachronic processes, from the archaic period to late and even pre-Romance stages. The volume is divided in several sections: “Phonology and Morpho-syntax” includes one paper on phonology (Fr. Biville) and three on morphology (G.C.L.M. Bakkum, G. Haverling, P. Manuel Suárez). Problems of the syntax of the simple sentence, often in relation to word order phenomena, are discussed in seven articles in Section 2 (Ch. Elerick, H. Fugier, Jan R. de Jong, Marius Lavency, E. Rizzi and P. Molinelli, Hannah Rosén, M.H. Somers). The grammatical problems of the complex sentence were examined by a great many participants of the colloquium, and the third section, “Subordination”, presents eight of those papers (Gu. Calboli, P. De Carvalho, P. Cuzzolin, J. Dangel, S. Mellet, J.A.H. Mensink, P. Ramat, E. Vester). The section on text cohesion and particles — an almost traditional field of research in new Latin linguistics — includes papers by A.M. Bolkestein, C. Kroon, R. Risselada, and M.E. Torrego. The final section, “Problems of the Lexicon”, devoted to the historical-comparative or semantic descriptive analysis of lexical elements, contains four articles (R. Coleman, B. García Hernández, L. Nadjo, Chr. Touratier). An Index of Names closes the volume.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 28]  1994.  ix, 421 pp.
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Table of Contents
Préface
József Herman
VII
I. Phonology and morpho-syntax
Existait-il une diphtongue ui en latin?
Frédérique Biville
3
The second-declension nominative plural in -eis, -es, -is, and the first-declension nominative plural in -as
Gabriël C.L.M. Bakkum
19
On the sco-suffix, on prefixes and on the development of the Latin verbal system
Gerd V.M. Haverling
41
VIXIT ANNIS XXX MENSES III DIES XIX
Pedro Manuel Suárez
55
II. The simple sentence and the order of its constituents
Phenotypic Linearization in Latin, word order universals, and language change
Charles Elerick
67
Le verbe latin “incorpore”-t-il ses compléments?
Huguette Fugier
75
Word order in Cato's De Agriculiura
Jan R. de Jong
91
Sujet de verbe ou sujet de proposition?
Marius Lavency
103
Latin and Greek compared: word order in a bilingual papyrian text (P. Bon. 5)
Elena Rizzi and Piera Molinelli
113
The definite article in the making, nominal constituent order, and related phenomena
Hannah Rosén
129
Theme and topic: The relation between discourse and constituent fronting in Latin
Maartje H. Somers
151
III. Subordination
Subordination and Coordination: constructions in between
Gualtiero Calboli
167
Mode verbal et syntaxe de subordination
Paulo de Carvalho
179
On sentential complementation after verba affectuum
Pierluigi Cuzzolin
201
Syntaxe et stylistique du discours indirect chez Tacite: une parole rhétorique
Jacqueline Dangel
211
Le subjonctif dans les subordonnées en cum en latin classique
Sylvie Mellet
227
The semantic value of restrictive participle clauses in Latin
Johanna A.H. Mensink
241
On Latin absolute constructions
Paolo Ramat
259
The internal structure of adverbial ut-clauses
Elseline Vester
269
IV. Particles and text cohesion
Participant tracking in Latin discourse
A. Machtelt Bolkestein and Michel van de Grift
283
Discourse connectives and discourse type: the case of Latin at
Caroline H.M. Kroon
303
Modo and sane, or what to do with particles in Latin directives
Rodie Risselada
319
The syntax of adhuc with verbal predicates
María Esperanza Torrego
345
V. Problems of the lexicon
The lexical relationships of Latin in Indo-European
Robert Coleman
359
From lexemics to syntax: the double accusative with doceo and the dative with sum
Benjamín García-Hernández
379
Problèmes de composition nominale, en latin
Léon Nadjo
393
Analyse sémique et actancielle du verbe dare
Christian Touratier
403
Index
417
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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