What Graeco-Roman grammar was about (Record no. 113202)

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Classification number 475 M
Edition number 23
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Personal name Matthews, P. H.
Fuller form of name (Peter Hugoe),
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Title What Graeco-Roman grammar was about
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Edition statement First edition.
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Oxford :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Oxford University Press,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2019
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Extent xii, 243 pages ;
Dimensions 23 cm.
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Series statement Oxford linguistics.
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Summary, etc This book explains how the grammarians of the Graeco-Romance world perceived the nature and structure of the languages they taught. The volume focuses primarily on the early centuries AD, a time when the Roman Empire was at its peak; in this period, a grammarian not only had a secure place in the ancient system of education, but could take for granted an established technical understanding of language. By delineating what that ancient model of grammar was, P. H. Matthews highlights both those aspects that have persisted to this day and seem reassuringly familiar, such as 'parts of speech', as well as those aspects that are wholly dissimilar to our present understanding of grammar and language. The volume is written to be accessible to students of linguistics from undergraduate level upwards, and assumes no knowledge of Latin or Ancient Greek.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Greek language
General subdivision Grammar.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Latin language
General subdivision Grammar.
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    Dewey Decimal Classification   Standard Loan   Books School of Celtic Studies School of Celtic Studies Main Library 22/03/2021 475 M 31863 22/03/2021 22/03/2021 Books