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Questions relating to the works of Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 BC).
For questions about the third declension.
For questions regarding negative statements, i.e. statements involving an opposite, denial or the likes.
For questions about the first declension.
Relating to the works of, or the use of language by, Homer.
For questions about the works of Augustinus Hipponensis or Augustine of Hippo (ca. 354–430 AD).
For questions about elision, a phenomenon that removes certain vowels at word boundaries in poetry.
For questions about the vocative case.
For questions related to religion of the ancients. Note that there is a separate tag for mythology.
Questions should be related to Latin or Greek, not only about Hebrew. Hebrew is a Northwest Semitic language that, as a regional language of the ancient Middle East and a holy language of Judaism and …
For questions about the accusativus cum infinitivo structure.