English Etymology From L. #Latin|excursus âexcursionâ.
#*1979, Kyril Bonfiglioli, After You with the Pistol, Penguin 2001, p. 204: #*:Here is what us scholars call an excursus. If you are an honest man the following page or two can be of no possible interest to you. #*2007, Glen Bowersock,
âProvocateurâ, London Review of Books 29:4, p. 16: #*:In his excursus on the Jewish people at the opening of the fifth book of his Histories [...], Tacitus was at a loss to uncover any deep cause for the war that broke out in 66.
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