kyrimis at cti.gr
Wed Sep 4 08:29:41 CEST 2002
> I found one on the internet. It might be the same vase.
Judging from the references I found to that vase on the internet, this
is probably a very well-known vase, too.
This might explane why the Greek "oi" is transcribed as "oe" in Latin.
I wonder if this is one of those misspellings which provide us with
indications about how ancient Greek was pronounced.
Kriton (e-mail: kyrimis at cti.gr)
"You can't change the past, except in the rarest of circumstances, and this
isn't one of them."
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