The Year's Work in Classical Studies

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J.W. Arrowsmith, 1916 - Classical education
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Page 29 - ... accented vowel was sung on two notes, there was a tendency in the case of acute vowels to make the second mora the higher, in the case of circumflexed vowels a strong tendency to make the first the higher. This agrees generally with what we know of the nature of these accents. 3. When a long unaccented vowel was sung on two notes, there was a tendency in the case of those preceding an accented syllable to make the second mora the higher, in the case of those following an accented syllable to...
Page 24 - A Criticism of Criteria: Observations on the Evidence Afforded by Metre and Diction for the Date of Latin Poems," Classical Quarterly, X (1916), pp.
Page 105 - Si nous avons raison d'affirmer que Rome a été formée par la fusion de deux peuples aux traditions opposées, l'analyse de la religion, du droit, des institutions de Rome doit logiquement permettre de retrouver les traces de ce dualisme. Rome n'est plus la Cité Antique, aux institutions fortement...
Page 22 - I sometimes wonder how many suspect that there is a human document in a Schoolbook that came into the world shortly after the great conflict of the Civil War, out of which the author, who was not a mere compiler, emerged, crippled in body, shattered in fortune, with teeth set hard to meet the stress of fate, his eyes wet with tears for his fallen comrades, and yet with the gleam of a new love reflected in their depths. In the examples of my Latin Grammar of 1867 lies perdu the history of that period...
Page 93 - Witte assigns it to the period from 1300 to 1308. between the emperor and the pope ; the emperor is supreme by divine right in temporal things, and is to guide the human race to temporal felicity in accordance with the teaching of philosophy...

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