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The papers amassed during this quantity deal in general with old Greek or Roman philosophy. they vary chronologically from the fifth century BC to the sixth century advert, and in them the facts is totally provided and mentioned. they're involved frequently with the Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle, the Early Academy, the Platonic and Aristotelian traditions, particularly as represented by way of Neoplatonism. furthermore, there are a number of extra basic articles. the 1st bargains with the asserting "Amicus Plato sed magis amica veritas" and reports the various types of this proverb from the time of Plato and Aristotle to Cervantes within the seventeenth century. one other one discusses the quite advanced transmission of Plato's alleged epitaph. a 3rd one offers intimately with an incomplete yet attention-grabbing allegorical interpretation of Heliodorus' "Aethiopica".

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This same reduction occurs with the noun in construct with the determinative pronoun: Pu Poen. 948 m u c o m sussibti muqdm sissibd (MQM SSBTT "the place of his residing"), in which the construct noun muqdm f=Heb. meqdm) < maqdm displays reduction of the unstressed «-vowel to w-colored shewa. Pretonic reduction is also found in Punic in the preposition Poen. mo.. The shewa is colored by the final o/u-vowel. In the noun BN bin ("son") the i-vowel may be reduced to zero when the noun is preceded and followed by a vowel: l i f n i m livnim (LBNM "for his son"); cj.

935 d o b r i m (DBRM "they say"); Pu and NPu Poen. 949, 939 b o d (BD "of, from"). H: Glottal fricative / h / . The fricative existed in Phoenician and Punic: Pu Poen. 946 hu (H' "he"); Poen. 947 helicot (HLKT "hospitality"). In Neo-Punic, the phoneme was completely lost: Poen. 936 u ("he"); Poen. 937 elichoth ("hospitality"), et passim. C. (CIS i 5510) the defnite article is twice written \ occurring in free variation with historical spelling H-\ the two spellings are found side by side throughout the history of Punic and Neo-Punic.

946), a free variant of cL cal. Excrescent -t is common in the singular demonstrative pronouns of Neo-Punic ST (sith, syth) sit ("this," masculine) and ST (soth) sot ("this," feminine), free variants of S (sy) si and S (su) so respectively. See Demonstrative Pronouns. 2c. T-Glide and Euphonic -nEarly in the history of Phoenician, the suffixal pronouns -o ("his, him") and -a ("her") were extended to use after a vowel, the affixing enabled by the introduction of the intervocalic glide -y-\ suse-y-o ("his horses") and bane-y-a ("her sons").

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