LATIN IN SOUTH AFRICA: TWO INSCRIPTIONS ON THE HARTBEESPOORT COMMEMORATIVE ARCH

J. Hilton

Abstract


‘There are languages that sing, there are others that draw or paint. Latin engraves, and what it engraves is ineradicable. One might say that something that is not universal or eternal cannot be Latin.’ Ferdinand Brunétière, quoted by Marie- Madeleine Martin, Le latin immortel (Diffusion de la Pensée Française: Chiré-en- Montreuil 1971: 247).

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/46-0-124

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