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Verses in Latin Inscriptions: From Rhythm and Rimes to Aesthetics

Abstract : The great majority of Medieval Latin inscriptions were written in prose; nevertheless,a small but significant part of the epigraphic production used verses in Antiquity and theMiddle Ages.
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Estelle Ingrand-Varenne. Verses in Latin Inscriptions: From Rhythm and Rimes to Aesthetics. International Medieval Congress, Jul 2013, Leeds, United Kingdom. ⟨halshs-01250317⟩

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