Latin and Indo-European -- The languages of Italy -- The background to standardization -- 'Old' Latin and its varieties in the period c. 400-150 BC -- The road to standardization : Roman Latin of the third and second centuries BC -- Elite Latin in the late Republic and early Empire -- Sub-elite Latin in the Empire -- Latin in late antiquity and beyond.
Wiley Blackwell. The Latin Alphabet and Orthography / Rex Wallace; Latin Inscriptions and Documents / James Clackson; Latin Manuscripts and Textual Traditions / Bruce Gibson; Romance Languages as a Source for Spoken Latin / Roger Wright; The Sounds of Latin: Phonology / Matthew McCullagh; Latin Prosody and Metrics / Benjamin W. Fortson IV; The Forms of Latin: Inflectional Morphology / James Clackson; Latin Syntax / Geoffrey Horrocks; Latin Vocabulary / Michele Fruyt; Word-Formation in Classical Latin / Michele Fruyt; Latin Particles and the Grammar of Discourse / Caroline Kroon; The Historical Background to Latin within the Indo-European Language Family / Benjamin W. Fortson IV; Archaic and Old Latin / John Penney; Classical Latin / James Clackson; Late Latin / J.N. Adams; Medieval Latin / Greti Dinkova-Bruun; Neo-Latin / David Butterfield; The Language of Roman Comedy / Wolfgang de Melo; The Language of Latin Epic and Lyric Poetry / Rolando Ferri; The Language of Latin Verse Satire / Anna Chahoud; The Language of Roman Oratory and Rhetoric / J.G.F. Powell; The Language of Latin Historiography / Christina Shuttleworth Kraus; Epistolary Latin / Hilla Halla-aho; Latin as a Technical and Scientific Language / Thorsten Fogen; Legal Latin / J.G.F. Powell; Christian Latin / Philip Burton; The Social Dialects of Latin / James Clackson; Latin and Other Languages: Societal and Individual Bilingualism / Alex Mullen; Language Policies in the Roman Republic and Empire / Bruno Rochette; Latin Inside and Outside of Rome / Giovanbattista Galdi.
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