First, I want to say thanks for the very helpful answers on my last question. I am back with another one, which hopefully will be very simple.
I'm wondering if, when you put non before several adjectives, it only affects the one that it's right next to, or all of them, or does it depend? Here is the sentence I'm wondering about (without the long vowel marks, sorry):
Fluvii Gracia non lati et alti erant.
(in the sentence the "o" of "non" is a long vowel)
Should this be translated as "The rivers of Greece were neither broad nor deep" or "The rivers of Greece were not broad, but they were deep"? Or can it go either way? Thanks for any help on the implications of "non" in this sentence
and if there is a general rule about which adjectives it affects, could you let me know? I am using the Collar BLB and he introduces "non" without really explaining its use.