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Grammatical Observations on Euripides' Bacchae (Amsterdam Studies in Greek Philology, Vol 1) by Albert Rijksbaron1
Imperatives and Other Directive Expressions in Latin: A Study in the Pragmatics of a Dead Language (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology, Vol 2) by Rodie Risselada2
Conditions and Conditionals: An Investigation of Ancient Greek (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology ; V. 3) by Gerry Wakker3
Discourse Particles in Latin: A Study of Nam, Enim, Autem, Vero and at (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology, No 4) by Caroline Kroon4
Word Order in Ancient Greek: A Pragmatic Account of Word Order Variation in Herodotus (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology , No 5) by Helma Dik5
New Approaches to Greek Particles: Proceedings of the Colloquium Held in Amsterdam, January 4-6, 1996, to Honor C. J. Ruigh on the Occasion of His ... Studies in Greek Philology Series, 7) by Albert Rijksbaron7
Theory and description in Latin linguistics : selected papers from the XIth International Colloquium on Latin Linguistic by A. Machtelt Bolkestein10
The Middle Voice in Ancient Greek: A Study of Polysemy (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology) by Rutger J. Allen11
The Noun Phrase in Ancient Greek: A Functional Analysis of the Order and Articulation of NP Constituents in Herodotus by Stéphanie J. Bakker15

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