A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language
Egbert J. Bakker
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 28, 2010 - Foreign Language Study - 704 pages
A comprehensive account of the language of Ancient Greek civilization in a single volume, with contributions from leading international scholars covering the historical, geographical, sociolinguistic, and literary perspectives of the language.
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ablaut adjectives Aeolic alphabet Ancient Greek aorist Aramaic archaic Aristophanes Aristotle athematic Athenian attested Attic bilingual Brixhe Byzantine century BCE Cilic Classical clauses common consonant context Cypriot dative declension dialects Doric Egypt Egyptian elements epic evidence example expression ﬁrst forms formulae genitive genre Gorgias grammar grapheme Greek alphabet Greek language Hellenistic Herodotus Hittite Homeric indicative inscriptions Ionic katharevousa Koine Latin letters lexical Linear linguistic literary literature logograms Luwian lyric metrical Modern Greek morphology mousike Mycenaean names nasal nouns original papyri participle period Phoenician phoneme phonological Plato plural poet poetic poetry poietai predicate preposition pronoun prose Proto-Indo-European rhetoric rhythm Roman script semantic Semitic Septuagint song sound speakers speech spelling spoken stem style sufﬁx syllable syntax texts thematic Thucydides tion tradition usage verb verbal verse vocative vowel words writing written ἐν καὶ λόγος τὸ