Da den danske skole satte humanistlatin i system: tempus og modus efter ne og cum

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This article presents a pilot study of the use of
moods and tenses in Danish humanist Latin after ne and cum. Comparing
descriptions in humanist school grammars with linguistic practice, three states
of humanist Latin are under investigation in minor text corpora: literary
prose from fifteenth-century Italy, literary prose from sixteenth-century
Denmark, and entrance exams from the University of Copenhagen (1631–
32). The results indicate that the distribution of moods and the sequence of
tenses are stable grammatical systems that exist in all three states of Latin,
though with less variation in the Danish Latin variants.
OriginalsprogDansk
Artikelnummer18
TidsskriftRenæssanceforum. Tidsskrift for renæssanceforskning
Vol/bind12
Sider (fra-til)213-230
ISSN1902-5041
StatusUdgivet - 21 apr. 2017

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