[German version] A. Phonology The tenth letter of the Greek alphabet had the following sounds: 1. vocalic (syllabic)
ı̆ in δίκη, τίς, 2. vocalic
ı̄ in ἴς ‘strength’, 3. consonantal (non-syllabic.)
i̯, the latter applies to short diphthongs (
ai̯; early classical
oi̯), long diphthongs (
ǭi̯) as well as after vocalic
i (non-phonematic): αἴθω, δείκνυμι, οἰνή, τοῖο; χώρᾹι dat., τιμῆι, ἀγρῶι, ἠῶιος; Pamphylian διια [5. 312].
I had a similar value in Latin: 1.
i̯ in Old Latin
aide accusative ‘temple’,