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Soubiran, Jean. L’Elision dans la poésie latine . Paris. 1966.

Stroh, Wilfried. “Arsis und Thesis.” Pp. 87–116 of Musik und Dichtung , ed. Michael von Albrecht and Werner Schubert. Frankfurt. 1990.

Weiss, Michael. Outline of the Historical and Comparative Grammar of Latin . Ann Arbor. 2009. (On syllabification, prosody, shortening and lengthening of vowels, etc.)

Word order in latin verse

Conrad, Carl. “Traditional Patterns of Word-Order in Latin Epic from Ennius to Vergil.” Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 69 (1965): 195-258.

Neubourg, L. de. “Sprachlicher und metrischer Zwang bei der Stellung von Adjektiv und Substantiv im lateinischen daktylischen Hexameter.” Glotta 56 (1978) 1/2: 102–122.

Nisbet, R. G. M. “The Word Order of Horace’s Odes .” Pp. 135–154 of Aspects of the Language of Latin Poetry , ed. Roland Mayer and J. N. Adams. Oxford. 1999.

Pearce, T. E. V. “The Enclosing Word-Order in the Latin Hexameter.” Classical Quarterly 16 (1966) 140–71, 298-320.

Pearce, T. E. V. “A Pattern of Word Order in Latin Poetry.” Classical Quarterly 18 (1968) 334–354.

Wilkinson, L. P. Golden Latin Artistry . Cambridge. 1963. (Chapter 8 on ‘word-patterns’; see also chapter 4 on ‘verse rhythm’.)

Specific meters

Hexameter and elegiacs

Ceccarelli, Lucio. Contributi per la storia dell’esametro latino . 2 vols. Rome, 2008. (Tables in vol. 2.)

Hellegouarc’h, Joseph. Le Monosyllabe dans l’hexamètre latin: Essai de metrique verbale . Paris. 1964. 

Hellegouarc’h, Joseph. “La Réalisation de la césure dans l’hexamètre latin.” Pp. 383–95 in Varron: Grammaire antique et stylistique latine , ed. Jean Collart. Paris. 1978.

Mastandrea, Paolo. De fine versus : Repertorio di clausole ricorrenti nella poesia dattilica latina dalle origini a Sidonio Apollinare . 2 vols. Hildesheim. 1993. 

Ott, Wilhelm. Materialien zu Metrik und Stilistik . Tübingen. 1973–1985. (Data and analysis of the hexameters of Catullus, Lucretius, Ovid, Statius, and Virgil.)

Platnauer, Maurice. Latin Elegiac Verse: A Study of the Metrical Usages of Tibullus, Propertius and Ovid . Cambridge. 1951. 

Schumann, Otto. Lateinisches Hexameter-Lexikon: Dichterisches Formelgut von Ennius bis zum Archipoeta . Monumenta Germaniae Historica: Hilfsmittel 4. 7 vols. Munich. 1979–1989. 

Shackleton Bailey, D. R. Homoeoteleuton in Latin Dactylic Verse . Stuttgart. 1994. 

Thraede, Klaus. Der Hexameter in Rom: Verstheorie und Statistik . Zetemata 71. Munich. 1978. 

Winbolt, S. E. Latin Hexameter Verse: An Aid to Composition . London. 1903.

Lyric verse

Heinze, Richard. Die lyrischen Verse des Horaz . Leipzig. 1918. (Reprinted on pp. 227–294 of Richard Heinze, Vom Geist des Römertums , ed. Erich Burck. 3rd edn. 1960.)

Nisbet, R. G. M. and Margaret Hubbard. “The Metres of the Odes .” Pp. xxxviii–xlvi of A Commentary on Horace Odes , Book 1 . Oxford. 1970.

Rosellini, Michela. “metri lirici.” Pp. 912–919 of vol. 2 of Orazio: Enciclopedia oraziana , 3 vols. Rome. 1996–1998.

Soubiran, Jean “Pauses de sens et cohésion métrique dans les vers lyriques latins. Part 1: Pallas 21 (1974): 49-76. Part 2: Pallas 22 (1975): 43–69.

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