Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Coleman, Robert (1987)

Abstract

(= Surrey 27) The diachronic syncretism of dative and locative in Ancient Greek is attributed to purely phonetic convergence, in contradistinction to Kurylowicz (1964), who assumes there was a prior semantic relationship.

Coleman:1987
authorColeman, Robert
year1987
titleEarly Greek Syncretism and the Case of the Disappearing -phi
entrytypeincollection
editorKillen, John T, and Melena, José L. and Olivier, Jean-Pierre
booktitleStudies in Mycenaean and Classical Greek Presented to John Chadwick (=Minos 20-22)
addressSalamanca
publisherUniversidad de Salamanca
pages113-125

BibTeX

@incollection{Coleman:1987,
    author = {Coleman, Robert},
    year = {1987},
    title = {Early Greek Syncretism and the Case of the Disappearing -phi},
    booktitle = {Studies in Mycenaean and Classical Greek Presented to John Chadwick (=Minos 20-22)},
    editor = {Killen, John T, and  Melena, José L. and  Olivier, Jean-Pierre},
    address = {Salamanca},
    publisher = {Universidad de Salamanca},
    pages = {113-125},
}
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