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The problem with Latin grammatical cases is that, they are generally ambiguous between different cases. plural nominative masculine is the same with singular genitive masculine for example. Or singular dative feminine is the same with plural nominative feminine and singular genitive feminine. So the ambiguity makes it complex, very hard to learn for rest of ...


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I also find it strange you'd discount the Vulgate, the work (while composed of smaller works), was a singular translation effort by one individual. In essence, it is a singular, continuous text by one author with a ballpark of 600,000+ words. In response to the comments: Jerome did start mostly from scratch and didn't just use the Vetus Latina. I'm ...


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