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Classical Latin

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  • proper n. The Latin language as spoken and written in formal speeches, literature, the arts, etc., by the ancient Romans.

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Examples

  • Jul 14/07 While most words containing 'ch', 'th' and 'ph' in Latin were of Greek origin, Classical Latin also has words proven to be native but which nonetheless were given aspirated spellings.

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  • Among the titles Caxton printed were his own translations from the French of works originally written in Classical Latin, such as Ovid’s Metamorphoses and Virgil’s Aeneid.

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