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The work presented here was developed by David Mimno under the
Cybereditions Project, an effort led by the Perseus Project at Tufts
University and funded by the Mellon Foundation.
Word-Order Transference between Latin and Greek: The Relative Position of the Accusative Direct Object and the Governing Verb in Cassius Dio and Other Greek and Roman Prose Authors
Bernard Frischer, Roger Andersen, Stanley Burstein, Jane Crawford, Ralph Gallucci, Alain Gowing, Donald Guthrie, Michael Haslam, David Holmes, Vasily Rudich, Robert K. Sherk, Ann Taylor, Fiona Tweedie, Brent Vine
Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (1999) pp. 357-390 Full text at JStor