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Classical philology

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  • [Info] Théorie Générale de l'Accentuation Latine; Suivie de Recherches sur les Inscriptions Accentuées, et d'un Examen des Vues de M. Bopp sur l'Histoire de l'Accent (in French; Paris: A. Durand; Berlin: F. Dümmer, 1855), by Henri Weil and Louis Benloew
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