The Common People of Ancient Rome eBook

Frank Frost Abbott
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[8] Cf. L. Hahn, Rom und Romanismus im griechisch-roemischen Osten (esp. pp. 222-268), Leipzig, 1906.

[9] Proceedings of the American Philological Association, XXIX (1898), pp. 31-47.  For a different theory of the results of language-conflict, cf. Groeber, Grundriss der romanischen Philologie, I, pp. 516, 517.

[10] A very interesting sketch of the history of the Latin language in this region may be seen in Ovide Densusianu’s Histoire de la langue Roumaine, Paris, 1902.

[11] Gorra, Lingue Neolatine, pp. 66-68.

[12] Groeber, Grundriss der romanischen Philologie, pp. 517 and 524.

[13] Cf. Groeber in Archiv fuer lateinische Lexikographie und Grammatik, I, p. 210 ff.

[14] Is Modern-Language Teaching a Failure? Chicago, 1907.

[15] Cf. Abbott, History of Rome, pp. 246-249.

[16] Schuchardt, Vokalismus des Vulgaerlateins, I, 103 ff.

[17] Cf. Groeber, Archiv fuer lateinische Lexikographie und Grammatik, I, 45.

[18] Thielmann, Archiv, II, 48 ff.; 157 ff.

[19] From the “Laws of the Twelve Tables” of the fifth century B.C.  See Bruns, Fontes iuris Romani antiqui, sixth edition, p. 31.

[20] Appendix Probi, in Keil’s Grammatici Latini, IV, 197 ff.

[21] “The Accent in Vulgar and Formal Latin,” in Classical Philology, II (1907), 445 ff.

[22] Buecheler, Carmina Latina epigraphica, No. 53.  The originals of all the bits of verse which are translated in this paper may be found in the collection whose title is given here.  Hereafter reference to this work will be by number only.

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