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Ryan Sandell

into Vedic. LIV 2 :110–111 accounts for the long ā of dāśvā́ṃs - through just the same assumption of reformation of the form after dāś - in the present stem: “Vielleicht Ptz. Perf. Akt. * de-dk̑-u̯ós - dissimiliert zu * dek̑-u̯ós - > * dać-u̯ās -, dann umgeformt nach Präs. * dāć - > ved. dāś - zu

Nicholas Zair

be explained analogically (reformation on the basis of other parts of the men -stem), but this sound rule seems ripe for further study. 24 As a confirmation that /mr/ (and presumably /ml/) sequences are also permitted in onsets, I have found only Latin hībernus ‘wintry’, which comes from * ĝ

Dictionary of Renaissance Latin from Prose Sources / Lexique de la prose latine de la Renaissance Online

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An online version of the first dictionary of Renaissance Latin, based on its second revised print edition. It records the vocabulary of over 230 Latin prose authors from different regional backgrounds who wrote between c. 1300 and c. 1600, and gives translations in French and English in approximately 11,000 entries. A standard tool not only for latinists and neo-latinists, but also for historians, philosophers, theologians, historians of law, and intellectual historians working in the fields of Humanism, the Renaissance, the Reformation and Counter-Reformation

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Irene Theodoropoulou

Reformation in Urban Space: Social Reproduction, Social Inequalities and Social Cohesion in 21st century Athens’ . Athens: National Center for Social Research (EKKE). Emmanuel, Dimitris. 2008. Kinonikos diahorismos, polosi ke anisotites sti geografia tis Athinas: o rolos ton mihanismon tis agoras

Marina Terkourafi

–96. Joseph, Brian. 2003. “The role of Greek and Greece linguistically in the Balkans.” Greece and the Balkans: Identities, Perceptions and Cultural Encounters since the Enlightenment ed. by Dimitris Tziovas, 223–233. Aldershot: Ashgate. Just, Roger. 1994. “The reformation of class.” Journal of Modern Greek