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" It is divided by the grammarians into the old and new Doric dialects. In the old, the comic writer Epicharmus, and Sophron, author of the Mimes, were the principal writers. In the new, which approached nearer the softness, of the Ionic, Theocritus is... "
A Copious Greek Grammar - Page xxx
by August Matthiń - 1832 - 1199 pages
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A Copius Greek Grammar, Volume 1

August Matthiae - Greek language - 1820
...and in Asia Minor; but in the greatest purity by the Messenians8. The grammarians notice two epochas in it, according to which they divide it into the...the principal authors ; the latter, however, chiefly took the peculiarities of the Syracusan dialect. In the new, which approached nearer to the softness...
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Exercises on the Syntax of the Greek Language

William Neilson - Greek language - 1825 - 211 pages
...Doric colonies of Magna Gracia and Sicily, and in Doris in Asia Minor. It is divided by the grammarians into the old and new Doric dialects. In the old, the...and Sophron, author of the Mimes, were the principal writers. In the new, which approached nearer the softness, of the Ionic, Theocritus is the chief writer....
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The Elements of Greek Grammar

Richard Valpy - 1825 - 400 pages
...and in Doris in Asia Minor. It is divided by the grammarians into the old and new Doric dialects. ID the old, the Comic writer Epicharmus, and Sophron, author of the Mimes, were the principal writers. In the new, which approached nearer the softness of the Ionic, Theocritus is the chief writer....
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A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ...

Charles Anthon - Greek literature - 1853 - 580 pages
...the Doric peculiarities too far, and makes too wide a distinction between Doric and Л2оНс. nians The grammarians notice two epochs in it, according...old and new Doric dialects. In the old, the comic poet Epicharmus, and Sophron, author of the Mimes, were the principal writers. In the new, which approached...
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A MANUAL OF GREEK LITERATURE

CHARLES ANTHON - 1853
...carries the Doric peculiarities too far, and makes too wide a distinction between Doric and ^Eolic. mans The grammarians notice two epochs in it, according...old and new Doric dialects. In the old, the comic poet Epicharmus, and Sophron, author of the Mimes, were the principal writers. In the new, which approached...
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