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Christina Michelle Skelton

literary languages; or poor attestation, which is likely the case for many Greek dialects. Such is the major pitfall of taxon selection in phylogenetic analysis of language: the need to impose granularity on a situation which is anything but discrete, or inappropriate granularity imposed by the vagaries of

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Peter Trudgill

Modern Greek dialects Journal of Greek Linguistics 4 ( 2003 ), 45 – 64. issn 1566 – 5844 / e-issn 1569 – 9846 © John Benjamins Publishing Company <TARGET "tru" DOCINFO AUTHOR "Peter Trudgill"TITLE "Modern Greek dialects"SUBJECT "JGL, Volume 4"KEYWORDS "Modern Greek dialects, dialectology

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Marika Lekakou

The current issue contains a selection of the papers presented at the workshop on the morphosyntax of Modern Greek dialects, which was organized by Arhonto Terzi and myself in September 2015 and was hosted within the 12th International Conference of Greek Linguistics ( ICGL  12) at the Freie

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Jan G. Kooij and Anthi Revithiadou

Greek dialects in Asia Minor Journal of Greek Linguistics 2 ( 2001 ), 75 – 117. issn 1566 – 5844 / e-issn 1569 – 9846 © John Benjamins Publishing Company <TARGET "koo" DOCINFO AUTHOR "Jan G. Kooij and Anthi Revithiadou" TITLE "Greek dialects in Asia Minor" SUBJECT "JGL, Volume 2" KEYWORDS

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Mark Janse

Journal of Greek Linguistics 5 (2004), 3–26 . issn 1566–5844 / e-issn 1569–9856 © John Benjamins Publishing Company Animacy, definiteness, and case in Cappadocian and other Asia Minor Greek dialects* Mark Janse Ghent University and Roosevelt Academy, Middelburg This article discusses the

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Angela Ralli

Journal of Greek Linguistics 7 (2006), 2–59 . issn 1566–5844 / e-issn 1569–9856 © John Benjamins Publishing Company State-of-the-art Review Article Syntactic and morphosyntactic phenomena in Modern Greek dialects The state of the art* Angela Ralli University of Patras In this paper I give an

Pleket, H.W. and Stroud, R.S.

-317, uses numerous West Greek dialectal inscriptions from the 3rd and 2nd century B.C. for a study of “the problem of geographical and morpholexical diffusion of the o-stem dative plural of -οις to the athematic nouns (and ι- and ευ-stems)”. E. Bettolini, AEVUM 57 (1983) 51-57, reconsiders the literary

Chaniotis, A., Corsten, T., Stroud, R.S. and Tybout, R.A.

⇐ PreviousBrowse ⇑Next ⇒ Entry A.C.Cassio in Taranto - - (cf. SEG 52 962), studies the Greek dialect of Tarentum, with frequent reference to inscriptions, inter alia SEG 19 620 (C. 454/455, on the names ⊦ιστιήιος and Σάττων); XXX 1220 (IGR I 467; CIL I2 1696; C. 464); XXXVII 816 (C. 450, on the

Chaniotis, A., Corsten, T., Stroud, R.S. and Tybout, R.A.

⇐ PreviousBrowse ⇑Next ⇒ Entry A.Lillo, in Altgriechische Dialekte 223-263, studies the use of ἐς ὅ κα, ἔστε, and μέστα in Greek dialects, especially in dialect inscriptions (236-261). Bibliography HajnalI.Die altgriechischen Dialekte. Wesen und Werden. Akten des Kolloquiums Freie Universität

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Eleonora Dimela

Journal of Greek Linguistics 11 (2011) 281–285 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/156658411X600061 brill.nl/jgl Dissertation Summaries Eleonora Dimela. Prefi xation in Modern Greek dialects: synchronic and diachronic perspective. University of Patras, 2010. [dimela