From: Carl W. Conrad (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 04 1997 - 10:59:39 EDT
At 9:47 AM -0500 9/4/97, Benoit Seguin wrote:
>CLAVIS SCRIPTORUM GRAECORUM ET LATINORUM :
>Repertoire of Greek and Latin Authors (2nd edition)
>Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada - The Universite du Quebec
>a Trois-Rivieres is pleased to announce the release
>of the 2nd edition of "Clavis scriptorum graecorum et latinorum",
>the most complete repertoire of greek and latin authors
>ever published. This second edition is published
>in 10 volumes bound.
>The Repertoire is intended as the vade mecum of specialized
>researchers and writers, reference librarians, universities
>and colleges, specialized institutes and societies.
I'm just a little bit puzzled at how a 10-volume set may be termed a "vade
mecum." Isn't that quite a load to lug around?
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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