In this paper the author surveys the treatment of morphology in ancient Roman grammars and place it on the one hand in the context of the three-way typology of morphological models, on the other hand in the context of the historiography of morphology, especially in Humanistic grammars of Hungarian dating from the 16-17th centuries. He presents the modern arguments for the ancient 'unmorphological' analysis of paradigms. He also looks at the way morphological structure is gradually recognised in the early, Latin-inspired grammars of Hungarian.
Andras Cser, PPKE BTK H-2081 Piliscsaba, Egyetem u. 1, Hungary.
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