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Title: The split DP hypothesis evidence from Ancient Greek
Author⁄s: Isac, Daniela
Allison, Kirk
Date issued: 2008
Type of document: Article
Is part of: Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, vol. 33 (2008), p. 137 - 155
Publisher: Padova, Unipress
Abstract: This paper aims at providing an analysis that could be instrumental in teasing apart ungrammatical orders from orders that are simply unattested in the corpus we have used. In this paper we will focus on DPs modified by adjectives. We found these DPs particularly challenging, as they pose problems not only connected to the possible continuous and discontinuous orders, but also problems related to the so-called Determiner spreading phenomenon. However, even if we do not discuss the other types of DPs that occur in Table (10), we tentatively submit that an analysis along similar lines can be extended to such DPs as well.
Language: eng
Access rights: open
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