By Stephen Colvin
A short background of old Greek accessibly depicts the social heritage of this historic language from its Indo-European roots to the current day.
- Explains key relationships among the language and literature of the Classical interval (500 - three hundred BC)
- Provides a social background of the language which transliterates and interprets all Greek as acceptable, and is for this reason available to readers who be aware of very little Greek
- Written within the framework of recent sociolinguistic idea, referring to the improvement of historical Greek to its social and political context
- Reflects the most recent pondering on topics akin to Koiné Greek and the connection among literary and vernacular Greek
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