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  1. Sardismos: A Rhetorical Term for Bilingual or Plurilingual Interaction?Adam Gitner - 2018 - Classical Quarterly 68 (2):689-704.
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  • A Syntactical Hellenism at Horace, Satires 1.3.120–1, and a Possible Imitation in Livy.Benjamin Victor - 2013 - Classical Quarterly 63 (1):430-433.
    Horace, Satires 1.3.117–23, as transmitted: adsit regula, peccatis quae poenas inroget aequas, ne scutica dignum horribili sectere flagello. nam ut ferula caedas meritum maiora subire 120 uerbera non uereor, cum dicas esse paris res furta latrociniis et magnis parua mineris falce recisurum simili te, si tibi regnum permittant homines. Let there be a rule to impose fair penalties for transgressions, lest you pursue with terrible scourge one deserving but the stick. You see, I don't fear that you will strike with (...)
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