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Système proprement latin de la morphologie

= Article =
B. FAYET, « Système proprement latin de la morphologie », Res Antiquae 5, Bruxelles, 2008, p. 95-108.
The latin conjugation obeys a law of phonetics very general which limits considerably the successions of consonants with regard to their frequency. It is to the point that we find never a succession of consonants in the articulation of two morphes. It entails a structuralization of the verbal forms such as we can synthetize these forms from morphes simple and invariant. The Latin declension obeys the same law as the conjugation but, in the nominal forms the analogy has no same power and, although there are not either successions of consonants, the system is far from being also perfect.