ptran wrote:Those Saturnian verses were big hits in their days, too. Remember the Arval brothers? No relation to the Neville brothers...
By qualitative I take it you mean that the poetry has a rhythm based on the use of loud and soft syllables. (Is that correct?)ptran wrote:You are right to point out that Latin has both a quantitative and qualitative system, but the quantitative is reserved mostly for poetry in imitation of Greek poetry. In an alternate universe, they probably should have stuck with qualitative poetry like us.
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