Important items that are not online – Souter’s “Glossary of Later Latin”
8/20/2018 5:02 PM EST
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Long ago, probably in the 1990s, I purchased in Heffers in Cambridge a copy of Alexander Souter’s Glossary of Later Latin. Today I had occasion to dig it out and use it.
The original edition was printed in 1949, with a corrected edition in 1957. Tiny print was used. A scan would be very useful to those of us whose eyesight is not what it was.
Date - Author - Death - Copyright - Laws
Happily 1949 is also the date of the author’s death. Even under our corrupt copyright laws, this means that the Glossary comes out of copyright next year, in...
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