In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, david connor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
I may have inadvertently blocked Mantovano from my inbox.  Please tell me
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I sent a question about Latin translations of Homer.  Would someone tell me
how to find any such works in print?
If you mean by that what publishers mean by it, still available from bookshops, I shouldn't think there are any; but they certainly did exist from humanistic times onwards, made for example by Raphael Volaterranus and (though published anonymously) Franciscus Aretinus.

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