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Open Access Frank Scheppers. The Colon Hypothesis. Word Order, Discourse Segmentation and Discourse Coherence in Ancient Greek. Brussels: VUBPRESS Brussels University Press, 2011, xviii + 484 pages. ISBN 978 90 54 87944 2

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Frank Scheppers. The Colon Hypothesis. Word Order, Discourse Segmentation and Discourse Coherence in Ancient Greek. Brussels: VUBPRESS Brussels University Press, 2011, xviii + 484 pages. ISBN 978 90 54 87944 2

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