Le dialecte grec ancien de Chypre: Répertoire des inscriptions en syllabaire chypro-grec

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De Gruyter, 2010 - Greek language - 1037 pages
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Cypric is a dialect of the first millennium BC, closely related to Mycenean, and one of the earliest forms of spoken Greek to be documented in writing (that can be read today). The renowned Indogermanic scholar Markus Egetmeyer (Sorbonne) is one of the few specialists for this language. The two fascicles presented here offer a unique and comprehensive documentation and analysis of the Cypric dialect. The first fascicle is a systematic grammar; the second a collection of inscriptions arranged according to region and documenting all surviving material in the language (with translations).

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Markus Egetmeyer, Université Paris Sorbonne,Frankreich.

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