Prof. Elmer offers an analysis of the use of coordinating conjunctions in Latin of the middle Republic – que, atque, and et.
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Prof. Elmer offers an interesting analysis of the use of coordinating conjunctions in Latin – que, atque, and et. He focuses on the second century BC, comparing the use of these common conjunctions in the writing of Terrence and Cato to the Latin used on inscriptions. His conclusions point out various shades of meaning in these words that are useful for anyone wishing to have a more nuanced grasp of the Latin language.