Studies in classical linguistics in honor of Philip Baldi
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
A few words for springs in Aeschylus / Daniel W. Berman -- How to move towards somebody in Plautus' comedies: some remarks on the adverb obuiam / Pierluigi Cuzzolin -- Baltic Palaeocomparativism and the idea that Lithuanian is a neo-Latin language / Pietro U. Dini -- Blight and bugs: the semantics of Latin plant diseases and the perils of Latin translations of the OT book of Psalms / Paul B. Harvey, Jr. -- On Latin (s)tritavus / Brian D. Joseph -- On complex syllable onsets in Latin / -- Christian Lehmann -- Having something that you don't own: apud possessive constructions in Latin and a comparison with locative possessive sentences in Irish / Andrea Nuti -- Gender assignment of early Latin loanwords in Germanic: a case study of Latin vinum / B. Richard Page -- The use of quia and quoniam in Cicero, Seneca, and Tertullian / Harm Pinskter -- Dum loquimur, fugerit inuida aetas: on tense and actionality of Latin verba dicendi / Hannah Rosen -- Thoughts on the origin of the Latin and Indo-European nominal declension / William R. Schmalstieg -- Latin alias 'at another time' / Brent Vine -- Etruscan mlak[ and the interpretation of the inscription on the Santa Teresa kyathos / Rex Wallace -- Poetry in motion: the semantic transformation of poetria in the Middle Ages / Stephen Wheeler.