I found this article while looking for something else: http://archimedes.fas.harvard.edu/mdh/motion.pdf
<br /><br />It's about how Latin and Greek distinguish between place to which, place in which, and place from which. There are examples from different languages (Greek, Latin, English and German), and passages from ancient authors discussing the differences. What the Greeks and Romans thought about Greek and Roman grammar in their own words
<br /><br />Never did find what I was looking for. I sometimes think the internet is a gigantic conspiracy to distract me.