By Charles E. Bennett
Basic Books book date: 2009 unique ebook date: 1895 unique writer: Allyn and Bacon topics: Latin language overseas Language learn / Latin Notes: it is a black and white OCR reprint of the unique. It has no illustrations and there's typos or lacking textual content. in the event you purchase the final Books variation of this e-book you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose between greater than one million books at no cost. Excerpt: bankruptcy III. HIDDEN volume. 36. A hidden volume is the amount of a vowel sooner than consonants. any such volume is named hidden, as exclusive from the amount of a vowel sooner than a unmarried consonant, the place the metrical employment of the notice immediately shows even if the vowel is lengthy or brief. the amount of a vowel sooner than a mute with / or r is hidden until the syllable containing it look in verse used as brief. The tools of making a choice on hidden volume are the next : 1. exhibit testimony of historic Roman writers, e. g. Cicero, Orator, forty eight. 159, the place the primary for the size of vowels earlier than nf, ns is laid down (see Â§ 37); Aulus Gellius, Nodes Atti- cae, ii. 17; iv. 17; ix. 6; xii. three. approximately each Roman gram marian furnishes a few little testimony of this type, and even though a few of them belong to a relatively overdue interval, their facts frequently preserves the culture of past utilization, and therefore is entitled to weight. 2. The versification of the sooner Roman dramatists, specifically Plautus and Terence, with whom a mute prior to a liquid by no means lengthens a syllable whose vowel is brief. for that reason, ahead of a mute through a liquid, the amount of the vowel continuously appears to be like in those writers, being almost like the volume of the syllable, simply as in case of a vowel by means of a unmarried consonant. additionally, Plautus and Terence now not on occasion hire as brief many syllables which in classical poetry will be at all times lengthy via place. Examples are the subsequent : juventus, Plautus, Most...
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Appendix to Bennetts Latin grammar, for teachers and advanced students by Charles E. Bennett