There is no recent study covering the whole area of complex sentences in Latin. Lambertz (1982) treats the greater part of the constructions, without, however, discussing the large number of specific treatments of more limited points. Lakoff (1968) offers a description of complex sentences in Latin in a transformational-generative framework which is relatively useless for Latin linguistics. Extensive bibliographical references for individual constructions are given in the notes. A very great number of publications concerns the AcI. 80a See for this Bolkestein (1976a; 1979). For various constructions with verba dicendi see also Bolkestein (1977b; 1977d; 1988b). For the NcI see Bolkestein (1980b; 1980c; 1981b; 1983b). The dominant participle (`ab urbe condita') construction and the ablative absolute are discussed in Bolkestein (1981b; 1983b) and Pinkster (1972b). For the supine see Kroon (1989b). For the function of subordinators see Pinkster (1972c: 174–8).
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