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For questions concerning the imperfect tense, tempus imperfectum.
For questions related to (but not about only) the Chinese language.
For Latin and Greek epitaphs.
Questions related to the Roman poet Decimus Iūnius Iuvenālis or Juvenal, who wrote a collection of satirical poems known as the Satires.
For questions concerning works of Phaedrus.
for questions about interfixes.
For questions about the works of Francis Bacon (1561–1626).
For questions about "Bellum civile" or "Commentarii de bello civili" by Caesar.
Questions relating to the works of Flavius Eutropius (historian, 4th century AD).
Questions relating to the works of Varro (116–27 BC).
Questions relating to Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, who wrote his Meditations in koine Greek.
Questions relating to coins, medals and similar items as used within the Roman sphere of influence; this includes Etruscan, Greek, Oscan and Punic items. This tag also encompasses the act of minting i…
Questions related to the works of Mārcus Făbĭus Quintĭlĭānus (c. 35 to c. 100 ᴄᴇ), as well as the author himself.
For questions concerning the bishop Ambrose of Milan (Aurēlius Ambrŏsius), 339/340–397 ᴄᴇ.
The process of creating monophthongs from diphthongs (or triphthongs).
For questions where the scholarship surrounding the study of classics is concerned.