The Roman Pronunciation of Latin: Why We Use It and How to Use It
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The Roman Pronunciation of Latin: Why We Use It and How to Use It

By Frances E. (Frances Ellen) Lord
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  • THE
  • Roman Pronunciation of Latin
    • Why we use it and How to use it
      • BY
      • FRANCES E. LORD
        • Professor of Latin in Wellesley College
      • Professor of Latin in Wellesley College
      • INTRODUCTION.
    • BY
    • FRANCES E. LORD
      • Professor of Latin in Wellesley College
    • Professor of Latin in Wellesley College
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE ROMAN PRONUNCIATION OF LATIN.
      • PART I. WHY WE USE IT.
        • SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
        • Vowels.
        • Diphthongs.
        • Consonants.
        • Quantity.
        • Accent.
        • Pitch.
      • SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
      • Vowels.
      • Diphthongs.
      • Consonants.
      • Quantity.
      • Accent.
      • Pitch.
      • PART II. HOW TO USE IT.
        • Elision.
        • Quantity.
        • Accent.
      • Elision.
      • Quantity.
      • Accent.
    • PART I. WHY WE USE IT.
      • SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
      • Vowels.
      • Diphthongs.
      • Consonants.
      • Quantity.
      • Accent.
      • Pitch.
    • SOUNDS OF THE LETTERS.
    • Vowels.
    • Diphthongs.
    • Consonants.
    • Quantity.
    • Accent.
    • Pitch.
    • PART II. HOW TO USE IT.
      • Elision.
      • Quantity.
      • Accent.
    • Elision.
    • Quantity.
    • Accent.
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