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Macrons

Why Macrons Matter There are some obvious places where macrons matter, e.g. the ablative singular of the 1st declension (Rōma versus Rōmā), infinitives in -ere versus -ēre, the future perfect -eris versus the perfect subjunctive -erīs, and so forth. Sometimes they help distinguish similar looking words, like peritus versus perītus, os versus ōs, and cecidī… Continue reading Macrons

From Dido to Elissa

To say that North Africa was integral to the history of Rome is hardly controversial. Much of what has been said about ancient North Africa itself, however, is another story. Overt or implicit colonialist attitudes permeate the Latin and subsequent European literature. In turn, decolonization often informs how Rome is remembered in North Africa, if… Continue reading From Dido to Elissa

Correct Mistakes

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Reading Morphologically

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