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Why "quod" and not "quo" is used here?

A relative pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender and number. Its case is determined by its role in the relative clause. In this case, quod agrees with ferrum in gender (neuter) and number (...
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What is the difference between quo and quando as relative pronoun?

The question “what is the difference between them” is somewhat vague. Quo and quando have little in common besides the fact that both start with qu and end in o. In particular, it is not true that “...
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"Vilicae quae sunt officia"

Is it an alternative arrangement of (Ea) quae vilicae (dat.) sunt officia, curato faciat? Yes, that's exactly right. The initial placement of vilicae is due to topicalization or topic fronting -- it ...
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