Introduction to Biological Latin and Greek
Third Edition, Revised (1946)
by Dr. P. H. Yancey, S. J.
Professor of Biology, Spring Hill College
Spring Hill, Alabama
Bios Classroom Series, Number 1
Condition: Very Good. Cover shows some unexceptional marks. Found no marks on the pages. Pages are toned.
Author: Dr. P. H. Yancey, S. J.
Publisher: BIOS (?) or F. G. Brooks, Mount Vernon, Iowa (?)
Size: 9-1/4 inches tall and 6 inches wide
From the Introduction:
"...the author has prepared this briefest adequate summary of the main facts and forms of the Latin and greek languages which will be useful for students of the biological sciences in the hope that it will give them a linguistic foundation for better work in these sciences. The work is divided into four sections: Latin; Greek; Biological Nomenclature; and Some Common Latin and Greek Roots and Terms. Regarding the first two, while the two languages must necessarily be discussed separately, however, since most Greek words have come to us through Latin, no attempt will be made to distinguish them as to origin in these parts and examples from both languages will be used indiscriminately."
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