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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS IB

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/08/16) 2. The other cases denote partly the relations between one object and another, expressed by a noun, partly an attachment of one object to another by motion from the one to the other. These endings … Continue reading

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ARMENIOS THE COMMON FORFATHERS HERO FROM THETTALY (D)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 31/06/16) (TO BE CONTINUED) Hrach MartirosyanLeiden University NOTES 31 For a discussion, see Clackson 1994: 120–121; Martirosyan 2010: 232–233; Beekes 2010, 1: 534, 1517–1518.32 Mallory/Adams 1997: 409–410; Olsen 1999: 611; Martirosyan 2010: 339; Beekes 2010, 1: 268–269.33 … Continue reading

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS IA

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/11/15) I. THE NOMINAL INFLEXION. DECLENSION. XLIV, Elements. The inflexional endings of the noun denote more distinctly a thing which the nominal stem describes indefinitely. 1. According to its sex as a person, or as a … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/2/2015) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS I

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/02/15)   (TO BE CONTINUED) A PHILOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO GREEK AND LATIN FOR STUDENTS. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF FERDINAND BAUR, DR. PH., Professor in Maulbronn by C. KEGAN PAUL, M.A., OXON, AND E. D. STONE, … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (E)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/4/2014) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS TH

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  6/04/14 )   (TO BE CONTINUED) A PHILOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO GREEK AND LATIN FOR STUDENTS. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF FERDINAND BAUR, DR. PH., Professor in Maulbronn by C. KEGAN PAUL, M.A., OXON, AND E. D. … Continue reading

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