Phonology of the Greek Inscriptions in Bulgaria
Sixty years after Georgi Mihailov's book aeLa langue des inscriptions grecques en Bulgarie', this updated phonology of the Greek inscriptions in Bulgaria (nowadays by almost sixth times more than the inscriptions referred to in Mihailov's grammar of 1943) describes the main characteristics of the phonemic system of Greek as reflected in the lapidary epigraphic monuments of Bulgaria in the period from the 6th c.B.C. to the 4th c.A.D., traces the leading trends and the intermediate steps of its alterations and the graphemic means of their indication, and last, but not least determines its specific features.
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anthroponyms Apollonia articulation aspiration assimilation attested Attic inscriptions Augusta Traiana Brixhe Buck Bulgarian inscriptions Burdapa Buyukliev century B.C. Cillae consonants dating back dative dedic Dionysopolis diphthong Domaradzka Doric e7ti epigr epigram gemination genitive sing Gignac Giuzelev Glava Panega grapheme Greek inscriptions Hellenistic Koine Hellenistic Period ibidem inscr inscriptions in Bulgaria instances isochrony Kabyle Lejeune Malko Tarnovo Marcianopolis Mayser-Schmoll 1970 Mesambria Mihailov Mihailov 1943 milestone monophthongization nasals Nicopolis ad Istrum Nicopolis ad Nestum occurs Odessos petition phenomenon phonemic phonemic environment Pistiros Pizos plosives pronunciation Ptolemaic papyri rendered Roman Period Scaptopara Schweizer 1898 Schwyzer second element sep.epigr sep.mon sepulchral monument Seuthopolis Sharankov spelling spirant stone Supp1 Teodorsson 1974 territory of Anchialos territory of Augusta territory of Hadrianopolis territory of Odessos territory of Pautalia territory of Philippopolis territory of Sandanski territory of Serdica texts Thracian Threatte valley of Struma velar Veliko Tarnovo vowels writing written