The most elaborate studies on the NP in Latin are Fugier (1983) and Kaczmarkowski (1985). The constructions of the cases within the NP are treated by Rosén (1981: 41–100; 1983). A treatment within the framework of Functional Grammar is de Jong (1979). Relative clauses, especially in Latin, have been dealt with by Lavency (1981a) and Touratier (1980a). Kurzová (1981) contains many remarks that are relevant for Latin. Typological studies are Comrie (1981a), Lehmann (1984) and Mallinson & Blake (1981). For the
notions `restrictive' and `non-restrictive' see Vester (1977: 253–66) and Touratier (1980a: 240 ff.). For criteria to distinguish connecting relative clauses from `normal' relative clauses see Lavency (1981a: 456–7). A classification of adjectives may be found in Fugier & Corbin (1977), Fugier (1983), Risselada (1984) and de Sutter (1986). The most elaborate discussion of genitive Attributes is de Groot (1956a). See also Lavency (1981b). A thorough study of the notion `definiteness' is Hawkins (1978). For apposition in Latin Fugier (1973) may be recommended. 50a
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