In active coding systems, case-marking is semantically grounded, i.e. it marks the opposition between the two semantic macroroles: Actor and Undergoer. In Late Latin, the so-called extended accusative reveals the existence of an active syntactic sub-system. In this paper, I will try to show that the same pattern operates in Early Latin, as reflected by the distribution of two nominal allomorphs.

Manifestazioni di sub-sistemi tipologici attivi in latino

ROVAI, FRANCESCO
2007

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In active coding systems, case-marking is semantically grounded, i.e. it marks the opposition between the two semantic macroroles: Actor and Undergoer. In Late Latin, the so-called extended accusative reveals the existence of an active syntactic sub-system. In this paper, I will try to show that the same pattern operates in Early Latin, as reflected by the distribution of two nominal allomorphs.
Rovai, Francesco
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