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De punctuatione Graeca et Latina

Postby Vladimir » Thu Nov 13, 2014 9:41 am

Quomodo oportet in Graecis Latinisque textis verba distinguere, ubi commata scribere? Certe, in temporibus antiquis nulla punctuatio erat, nunc autem non possumus ab verborum interpunctis abstinere. Alicubi legi quod Latine scribentes fere regulas punctuationis eorum linguarum natalium tenent. Num regulae certae non sunt? Nullus consensus?
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Re: De punctuatione Graeca et Latina

Postby y11971alex » Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:03 pm

Parva sciens, puto nulla esse.
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Re: De punctuatione Graeca et Latina

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Re: De punctuatione Graeca et Latina

Postby Nesrad » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:30 pm

Scripta quae a Sancta Sede vulgantur punctuationem secundum morem anglicum interdum adhibere videntur, ut in documentis Concilii Vaticani Alterius, et nonnumquam gallicum, ut in Catechismo. Haec autem libertas pulchra mihi videtur, in nulla enim alia lingua qualibet punctuatione uti licet.
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Re: De punctuatione Graeca et Latina

Postby mwh » Sat Feb 20, 2016 4:11 am

Vide Thomas Habinek, Colometry of Latin Prose, post Ed. Fraenkel, Kolon und Satz.
Dicis “Certe, in temporibus antiquis nulla punctuatio erat.” Immo erat.
Rogas autem “Nullus consensus?” Nullus.

Nicanor “stigmatias” in temporibus antiquis systema quoddam ingeniosissime elaboravit octo e formis punctorum inter se diversis constans ad cola et commata in Homeri poematibus discernenda. quo tamen nemo usus est.
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