Call Number (LC) Title Results
PA267 .A43 1987 Vox Graeca : a guide to the pronunciation of classical Greek / 1
PA267 .B6 Pronunciation of ancient Greek; 1
PA267 .C51 De pronuntiatione Graecae linguae, 1555. 1
PA267 .P6 D. Gregorii Placentinii ex ordine S. Basilii magni Commentarium Græcæ pronunciationis notis in veteres inscriptiones : et in alias nunc primùm editas locupletatum. Ad Mirtisbum Sarpedonium pastorem arcadem.
Thomae Stanislai Velasti, Societatis Jesu, Dissertatio de litterarum Graecarum pronuntiatione.
2
PA267 .W1 A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names; in which the words are accented and divided into syllables ... To which are added terminational vocabularies of Hebrew, Greek, and Latin proper names ... Concluding with observations on the Greek and Latin accent and quantity ... 1
PA267 .W1 1808 A key to the classical pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture proper names; 1
PA269 .C45p 1881 A practical introduction to Greek accentuation, 1
PA269 .P75 2006 Ancient Greek accentuation : synchronic patterns, frequency effects, and prehistory / 1
PA269 .P75 2006eb Ancient Greek accentuation : synchronic patterns, frequency effects, and prehistory / 1
PA269 .P8 On ancient Greek accentuation, 1
PA273 Early greek alphabetic writing : a linguistic approach. 1
PA273 .E37 2021 The early Greek alphabets : origin, diffusion, uses / 1
PA273 .H27 1982 The literate revolution in Greece and its cultural consequences / 2
PA273 +J4 1963 The local scripts of archaic Greece; a study of the origin of the Greek alphabet and its development from the eighth to the fifth centuries B. C. 1
PA273 .K58 Studien zur Geschichte des griechischen Alphabets 1
PA273 .P53 Das Alphabet. Entstehung und Entwicklung der griechischen Schrift. 1
PA273 .S7 History of the Greek alphabet 1
PA273 .W66 1997 Greek writing from Knossos to Homer : a linguistic interpretation of the origin of the Greek alphabet and the continuity of ancient Greek literacy / 1
PA273.W66 PA273.W66 1996 PA273.W66 1997 Greek Writing from Knossos to Homer : a Linguistic Interpretation of the Origin of the Greek Alphabet and the Continuity of Ancient Greek Literacy. 1
PA287 +C6 A formal analysis of the vocabularies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. 1