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Connait-on des voyelles longues fermées en cyrénéen? À propos de αρΕς, χΕν, ετυχΕν et δωρΕσαι

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In her work on the Cyrenaean dialect, C. Dobias-Lalou concluded that the dialect of Cyrene had in the fourth century BC a dissymmetric system of long vowels, with one /:/ but /ε:/ and /e:/. This new theory is motivated by some anomalous forms with <E> instead of expected <H> from e + e contraction. In this paper I firstly bring arguments against D.-L.’s interpretation in order to prove that the Cyrenaean of the fourth century had only one /e:/. Secondly I try to explain otherwise the anomalous forms with <E> for <H>.

Affiliations: 1: Universidad Computense de Madrid, Email: enizq@telefonica.net

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2011-01-01
2016-07-28

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