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Laconian, Messenian

(987 words)

Author(s): Araceli Striano
Abstract Laconian and Messenian designate the local dialects spoken in the Greek regions of Laconia and Messenia, both of which share linguistic affinities. The terms Laconian and Messenian designate the local dialects spoken in the Greek regions of Laconia and Messenia, respectively. Both dialects share a number of features and linguistic affinities. Laconian is a good example of “ Doris Severior” or “ Strict Doric” (Doric), which has a long-vowel system comprised of only five vowels. This is illustrated by the fact that the same spelling is used in e…
Date: 2013-11-01

Doric

(5,360 words)

Author(s): Araceli Striano
Abstract The Doric dialects are a group of Ancient Greek dialects spoken across a vast geographical area that spans from Northern Greece over the Saronic Gulf and the Peloponnese to the islands of the eastern Aegean Sea, and further beyond, in the area of the Black Sea, but also overseas in Northern Africa, Magna Graecia and Sicily. These dialects belong to the group of West Greek. 1. Introduction Like every spoken language, Ancient Greek presents several dialectal varieties from the beginning of its history. The Greek dialects are defined as such because they a…
Date: 2014-01-22

Rhodian

(1,080 words)

Author(s): Araceli Striano
Abstract The Rhodian dialect is the Doric variant spoken on the island of Rhodes, which is situated in the southeast of the Aegean Sea, and in the so-called ‘Rhodian Peraea’, in the territory of the region of Caria in Asia Minor, located opposite the island. The Rhodian dialect is a Doric variant spoken on the island of Rhodes, which is situated in the southeast of the Aegean Sea, and in the so-called ‘ Rhodian Peraea’, in the territory of the region of Caria in Asia Minor, located opposite the island. The Rhodians were involved in the founding of the Sicilian settlements of Gela and Agrigentum, t…
Date: 2013-11-01

Saronic

(806 words)

Author(s): Araceli Striano
Abstract In Greek dialectology, the term Saronic is used to refer to the common variety of West Greek dialect spoken in the regions around the Saronic Gulf, Corinth, Megara and East Argolis, at the middle of the 4th c. BCE. In Greek dialectology, the term Saronic is used to refer to the common variety of West Greek dialect spoken in the regions around the Saronic Gulf, Corinth, Megara and East Argolis, at the middle of the 4th c. BCE (Doric). At that time, West Argolic had a long vowel system that was closely related to that of the other dialects spoken around…
Date: 2014-01-22