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Open Access Perifrasi aspettuali in greco e in latino, Origini e grammaticalizzazioni

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Perifrasi aspettuali in greco e in latino, Origini e grammaticalizzazioni

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I present here a detailed appraisal of Luisa Amenta's Perifrasi aspettuali in greco e in latino, Origini e grammaticalizzazioni (2003). Amenta's study on verbal periphrases is a revised version of her Ph. D. thesis (1999), completed at the Università degli Studi di Roma Tre under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Marco Mancini. It off ers a diachronic and typological confrontation of periphrastic constructions in both Greek and Latin. I outline the contents of the book and give some critical remarks and suggestions for further research, concentrating on periphrases in Greek.

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2010-05-01
2017-06-25

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