More additions to the bibliography

I have added four articles from Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti’s volume on Ancient Greek Linguists to the Bibliography at Greek-Language.com and GreekLinguistics.com. All but one of these deals with Classical Greek, but represent work that needs to be done on Hellenistic (Koine) Greek as well. The one exception is written in Italian. It deals with changes in the form of the Greek Future that began to take place in the Hellenistic Period and uses data from the Septuagint.

  • Martínez, Rafael and Yamuza, Emilia Ruiz. “Word order, adverb’s scope and focus.” In Felicia Logozzo, Paolo Poccetti (Eds.), Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives 581–596 Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017.

You can read an abstract of Martínez and Yamuza’s work here. The authors draw their examples from Thucydides, Xenophon, and Polybius. 

  • De la Villa, Jesús. “Verbal alternations in Ancient Greek as an interface between lexicon and syntax.” In Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti (Eds.), Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives. 535–550. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017

You can read the abstract of this article here.

  • Crespo, Emilio. “Focus adverbs in Classical Greek.” In Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti (Eds.). Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives. 133–154. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017

Treats Classical Greek. You can read the abstract  here.

  • Tronci, Liana. “Forme sintetiche del futuro nel greco ellenistico. Brevi note sulla Settanta.” In Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti (Eds.), Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives 383–396. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017

You can read the abstract here.

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