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Vendryes, and the Ancients, on Greek Accents - Traité d'Accentuation Grecque. Par J. Vendryes, Maître de Conférences à l'Université de Clermont-Ferrand. Paris: Librairie C. Klincksieck, 1904. Pp. xviii + 275. 3 fr. 50 e.

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page 364 note 1 Vitruvius Archit. v. 4 translating Aristoxenus proves this incidentally.

page 365 note 1 Omitting with Keil the senseless accretion ‘quod ea propior utramque est quam ilia superior, et inferior inter se.’

page 365 note 2 De aceentu ling. Lot. (Acta Societatis Philologae Lipsiensis, tom, vi.) p. 81, where is proposed for the missing fifth accent. Considerations of sense and palaeographical probability require the perfect participle; and may be read. But is better. Schöll's discrimination of the three varieties of the circumflex is quite correct so far as it goes; but he does not seem to have realised the great importance of the grammarian's whole account.

Vendryes, and the Ancients, on Greek Accents - Traité d'Accentuation Grecque. Par J. Vendryes, Maître de Conférences à l'Université de Clermont-Ferrand. Paris: Librairie C. Klincksieck, 1904. Pp. xviii + 275. 3 fr. 50 e.

  • J. P. Postgate

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