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SPEVAK, OLGA: Constituent Order in Classical Latin Prose.

DOI https://doi.org/10.29091/KRATYLOS/2011/1/15

Götz Keydana


Spevak, Olga: Constituent Order in Classical Latin Prose. Studies in Language Companion Series, 117. John Benjamins Publishing Company Amsterdam, 2010. V–XV, 318 Seiten. Gebunden, 105,00 EUR. ISBN: 978-90-272-0584-1.

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