They now corresponded to the post-classical Italic dialects.
The language belongs to the post-classical period of Hebrew.
Was not the last noticeable publication in post-classical literature the "Rasselas" of Dr. Johnson?
The game was not chess, for that came to Europe from the East in the post-classical age.
Numerous scholia and glossaries attest the interest taken in Juvenal in post-classical times and the middle ages.
I can say of these books only Pereant ipsi, mutescant scriptores, and do not mind using a post-classical word in order to say it.
It is true that the authorities from whom we derive our knowledge of the Greek notation are post-classical.
It is obviously improper, therefore, to apply the post-classical meaning of the word where it occurs in the Koran.
The art of grafting was learnt from the Romans, who had a post-classical verb imputare, to graft, which has given Eng.
These traditions of allegory and the ornate style were, as has been shown, in turn derived from post-classical rhetoric.