"Dialectal" Variation in Humanist Greek Prose Orations in the Great Empire of Sweden (1631-1721)

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Greek dialect forms found in Humanist Greek prose texts from Sweden, between 1631-1721.
The paper is a survey on “dialectal” variants from Humanist Greek prose orations
written in the Great Empire of Sweden between 1631 and 1721. It focuses on four
central features (γιν- vs. γιγν-, open vs. contracted vowels, genitive singular of 3rd
declension ι-stems, and -σσ- vs. -ττ-), including a “dialectal” profile of all of the 13
orations under study. After an initial phase, Ionic variants became very rare, but from
the 1660’s on the Attic variants became stronger than the koiné ones; finally in the
1690’s an Atticising vogue seems to have taken over.
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OtsikkoHellenostephanos. Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe : Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture
ToimittajatJanika Päll, Ivo Volt
Sivumäärä14
JulkaisupaikkaTartu
KustantajaUniversity of Tartu Press
Julkaisupäivä2018
Sivut130-143
ISBN (painettu)978-9949-77-758-7
ISBN (elektroninen)978-9949-77-823-2
TilaJulkaistu - 2018
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA4 Artikkeli konferenssijulkaisuussa
TapahtumaHumanist Greek in Early Modern Europe. Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture - University of Tartu, Tartto, Viro
Kesto: 8 toukokuuta 201410 toukokuuta 2014

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NimiActa societatis Morgenstiernianae
KustantajaTartu University Press
Vuosikerta6-7
ISSN (painettu)1736-1230
ISSN (elektroninen)2613-5957

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Sironen, E. (2018). "Dialectal" Variation in Humanist Greek Prose Orations in the Great Empire of Sweden (1631-1721). teoksessa J. Päll, & I. Volt (Toimittajat), Hellenostephanos. Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe: Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture (Sivut 130-143). (Acta societatis Morgenstiernianae; Vuosikerta 6-7). Tartu: University of Tartu Press.
Sironen, Erkki. / "Dialectal" Variation in Humanist Greek Prose Orations in the Great Empire of Sweden (1631-1721). Hellenostephanos. Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe: Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture. Toimittaja / Janika Päll ; Ivo Volt. Tartu : University of Tartu Press, 2018. Sivut 130-143 (Acta societatis Morgenstiernianae).
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Sironen, E 2018, "Dialectal" Variation in Humanist Greek Prose Orations in the Great Empire of Sweden (1631-1721). julkaisussa J Päll & I Volt (toim), Hellenostephanos. Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe: Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture. Acta societatis Morgenstiernianae, Vuosikerta 6-7, University of Tartu Press, Tartu, Sivut 130-143, Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe. Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture, Tartto, Viro, 08/05/2014.

"Dialectal" Variation in Humanist Greek Prose Orations in the Great Empire of Sweden (1631-1721). / Sironen, Erkki.

Hellenostephanos. Humanist Greek in Early Modern Europe: Learned Communities between Antiquity and Contemporary Culture. toim. / Janika Päll; Ivo Volt. Tartu : University of Tartu Press, 2018. s. 130-143 (Acta societatis Morgenstiernianae; Vuosikerta 6-7).

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