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  • noun Plural form of mediaevalism.


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  • The use of the preposition _de_, almost as in the Romance languages, where case - inflexions would be employed in classical Latin, has been held to argue an African origin; while its remarkable mediaevalisms have led some critics, against all the other indications, to place its date as low as the fourth or even the fifth century.

    Latin Literature


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