Bibliographie (26.2.2019)

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1.   MACEDONSKI, Alexandru Poezii // Carmina. Ediţie bilingvă româno-latină, traducere de Traian Diaconescu, Iaşi: Ars Longa, 2006. – 154 S. / lat, rum
2. Buch aufschlagen MACLEAN, Charles Donald Latin and Greek Verse Translations. By Charles Donald Maclean, London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1880. – VIII + 49 S. / eng, ger, grc, lat
3.   MADÁCH, Imre Tragoedia hominis Emerici Madách. In Latinum vertit Benedictus Fehér, Szeged / Budapest: Madách Irodalmi Társaság, 2006. – 177 S. / lat
4. Buch aufschlagen MALORY, Thomas Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse: Morte d'Arthur. Recited in the Sheldonian Theatre, July 6, A. D. MDCCCLIX. By George R. Luke, Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1859. – 8 S. / grc
5.   MANN, Thomas De instututione linguae Latinae. Fragmentum ex Thomae Mann fabula romanica, c. t. "Die Buddenbrooks", depromptum, in: Vox Latina, Fasc. 192 (49/2013), S. 290–295. – 6 S. / lat
6.    . . . . . Difficilis hora, in: Vox Latina, Fasc. 189 (48/2012), S. 451–458. – 8 S. / lat
7.   MANNINGHAM, Thomas Poematia: Partim Latine scripta, partim reddita. London: Veneunt apud R. and J. Dodsley, 1763. – 12 S. / eng, lat
8.   MARLOWE, Christopher Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse: Greek Iambic Verse. Translation from Marlowe, Edward II, Act V, Scene 1, 5. By. J. A. Webster, Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1898. – 15 S. / eng, grc
9.   MARMONTEL, Jean François Belisarius domini Marmontel, Academiae Linguae Gallicae membri, e Gallico sermone in Latinum traductus, Wien: Ghelen, s. a. – 242 S. / lat
10.   MARRIOTT, George Leicester Gaisford Prize for Greek Prose: A Dialogue Between Socrates, Agathon and Aristophanes του αυτου ανδρος ειναι κωμωδιαν και τραγωδιαν επιστασθαι ποιειν. By G. L. Marriott, Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1911. – 19 S. / grc