Excerpt from Studies in the Diction of the Sermo Amatorius in Roman Comedy: A Dissertation
I should perhaps say a word as to omissions and inclusions. In my treatment of particular rubrics I have not hesitated to refer to the Latin Thesaurus, Pichon, or other compilations, fo... r supplementary material, where the word under consideration was there adequately treated. I have omitted altogether many words that had no special interest, or were sufficiently treated in existing lexica or special com mentaries. Unfortunately I have not been able to consult all that has been written on the sermo amatorius. Among the things that I have been unable to consult are several erotic dictionaries, known to me only by title.3 From the comment of others who had these works at their disposal I have not been led to believe that my loss was serious.
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