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    • Late Latin Verb Second: The Sentential Word Order of the Itinerarium Egeriae 

      Ledgeway, AN
      In this article we undertake a systematic study of the Itinerarium Egeriae, one of the best known late Latin texts, to determine the proper characterization of the word order of the text and to consider in particular whether ...
    • A typology of Bantu subject inversion 

      Marten, Lutz; van der Wal, Jenneke (John Benjamins, 2015)
      This study charts variation in subject inversion constructions in Bantu languages. It distinguishes between seven types of inversion constructions: formal locative inversion, semantic locative inversion, instrument ...
    • Wide-focus subject-verb inversion in Ibero-Romance: A locative account 

      Corr, Alice (Ubiquity Press, 2016)
      This paper explores the hypothesis that wide-focus subject-verb inversion in Ibero-Romance is a type of locative inversion, involving a null locative argument. Ibero-Romance displays fine-grained, systematic variation ...
    • Word Order in Greek Stichic Verse: Subject, Verb, and Object 

      Fraser, Bruce L. (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH, 2004)
      The paper comprises an investigation of the order of the main sentence elements (subject, verb, and object) in Greek stichic verse, and includes the first study of regular word order in Greek tragedy. It is shown that there ...
    • Word Order, Focus, and Clause Linking in Greek Tragic Poetry 

      Fraser, Bruce L. (1999-11-16)
      The thesis comprises an investigation of three aspects of sentence structure in Classical Greek (henceforth CG) dramatic poetry: order of the main sentence elements (subject, verb, and object) within the clause, the emphatic ...