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Medical Latin in the Roman Empire
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Langslow's work is an important contribution to our understanding of the field. Hermathena: A Trinity College Dublin Review This is one of the most thoroughgoing attempts to place Latin lexicological studies on a quantitive basis. Hermathena: A Trinity College Dublin Review ... an unusual air of intellectual dialogue within the work, and a sense that this area of Latin linguistics has made real progress since the mid-1980s. This book both summarizes this progress and builds on it; it offers a range of new approaches to technical languages, potentially applicable to other branches of Latin and indeed to other languages as well. In doing so, [Langslow] gives a fine example of how classical philology can go on contributing to debate within modern general linguistics. Hermathena: A Trinity College Dublin Review Very welcome linguistical study of terminology in Latin medical texts. Medical History The author must be praised for combining the tasks of a linguist with those of a classicist. Medical History The book and the three indexes included in the appendix will be used as an essential reference tool for future research. Medical History

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