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Pamphylian

(2,696 words)

Author(s): Panagiotis Filos
Date: 2014-01-22

Nestor’s Cup

(1,499 words)

Author(s): Panagiotis Filos
Abstract The so-called ‘Nestor’s Cup’ is a drinking vessel from the late Geometric period (ca 730-710 BCE), which was discovered on the island of Ischia (Naples, Italy) in 1954. The cup bears a three-line inscription, which is probably the second oldest surviving G…
Date: 2014-01-22

Latin Loanwords in Greek

(2,485 words)

Author(s): Panagiotis Filos
Abstract Latin borrowing into Greek during the Late Hellenistic and Roman periods was a remarkable phenomenon that led to the significant enrichment of the post-classical Greek lexicon with numerous Latin forms. The impact of the borrowing went beyond the mere incorporation of Latin loanwords and included the coinage of several Graeco-Latin hybrid forms as well as the importation of Latin derivational suffixes, which became well integrated into the structures of Greek. 1. Introduction Latin loanwords in Greek are, broadly speaking, forms which were borrowed from (cla…
Date: 2013-11-01

Proto-Greek and Common Greek

(9,120 words)

Author(s): Panagiotis Filos
Abstract Proto-Greek and Common Greek are two terms which refer ‒ with a potentially different(iated) meaning ‒ to the Greek of the 2nd millennium BCE (primarily), which on the one hand, was already a distinct Indo-European language and on the other, comprised traits that were normally common to the later attested dialectal varieties of Ancient Greek. 1. Introduction Proto-Greek and Common Greek are two terms which refer ‒ with a potentially different(iated) meaning ‒ to the Greek of the 2nd millennium BCE, which on the one hand, was already a distinct …
Date: 2015-05-01

Dipylon Vase Inscription

(1,058 words)

Author(s): Panagiotis Filos
Abstract The so-called ‘Dipylon Vase Inscription’ from Athens (late Geometric period, ca. 740-730 BCE) is probably the oldest comprehensible Greek alphabetic text. It is carved on a wine jug ( oenochoe) and its two verses (in continuous retrograde script) apparently name the vessel itself as a prize for the winner in a dancing competition. The so-called ‘Dipylon Vase Inscription’ is a short text ( graffito , after firing) incised around the shoulder of a wine jug ( oenochoe ) from the Late Geometric period (ca. 740-730 BCE). The wine jug was found in Athens in 1871, in the area of the ancient Ke…
Date: 2013-11-01