Traité des adverbes /

The treatise De adverbio is one of the four monographs that tradition has preserved for us from the work of Apollonius Dyscole, an Alexandrian grammarian of the second century AD. This systematic study of the adverb, which formed part of a vast collection of technical treatises devoted to parts of t...

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Author / Creator:Apollonius, Dyscolus, active 2nd century, author.
Imprint:Paris : Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, 2021.
©2021
Description:582 pages ; 24 cm.
Language:French
Ancient Greek
Series:Textes et traditions, 1630-5736 ; 32
Textes et traditions ; 32.
Subject:Apollonius, -- Dyscolus, -- active 2nd century. -- De adverbio.
Greek language -- Adverb -- Early works to 1800.
Greek language -- Adverb.
Early works.
Format: Dissertations Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12535195
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Other uniform titles:Dumarty, Lionel, 1978-
Apollonius, Dyscolus, active 2nd century. De adverbio.
Apollonius, Dyscolus, active 2nd century. De adverbio. French.
ISBN:9782711629817
2711629813
Notes:Thesis (doctoral)--Université de Lyon, 2018
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Text in ancient Greek and French, Commentary in French
Summary:The treatise De adverbio is one of the four monographs that tradition has preserved for us from the work of Apollonius Dyscole, an Alexandrian grammarian of the second century AD. This systematic study of the adverb, which formed part of a vast collection of technical treatises devoted to parts of the sentence, is not only our oldest witness on the subject; it was a leading reference for the whole of the later grammatical tradition, in the Greek and Latin domains, at least until the end of the Byzantine Middle Ages.

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