Why might "Philosophiae Doctor" (the source of "Ph.D.") have been preferred over "Doctor Philosophiae"?
New to Latin—why is the Present Indicative sometimes at the end, and sometimes in the middle of a sentence?
On the syntax of 'Cogitate quantis laboribus fundatum imperium (...) una nox paene delerit' (Cic. Cat. 4, 19)
Would the meaning change a bit if I changed "mea culpa" to "culpa mea" even if Latin doesn't care about word order?
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