Language and linguistic contact in ancient Sicily /
"Within the field of ancient bilingualism, Sicily represents a unique terrain for analysis as a result of its incredibly rich linguistic history, in which 'colonial' languages belonging to branches as diverse as Italic (Oscan and Latin), Greek and Semitic (Phoenician) interacted with...
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Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge classical studies.
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- 'So many Sicilies': introducing language and linguistic contact in ancient Sicily
- Olga Tribulato
- Part I.
- Non-Classical Languages:
- Language relations in Sicily: evidence for the speech of the Sikanoi, the Sikeloi and others /
- Paolo Poccetti;
- The Elymian language /
- Simona Marchesini;
- Phoenician and Punic in Sicily /
- Maria Giulia Amadasi Guzzo;
- Oscan in Sicily /
- James Clackson;
- Traces of language contact in Sicilian onomastics: evidence from the Great Curse of Selinous /
- Gerhard Meiser;
- Coins and language in ancient Sicily /
- Oliver Simkin
- Part II.
- Sicilian Greek before the fourth century BC: an overview of the dialects /
- Ssuanna Mimbrera;
- The Sicilian Doric koine /
- Susanna Mimbrera;
- Intimations of koine in Sicilian Doric: the information provided by the Antiatticist /
- Albio Cesare Cassio;
- 'We speak Peloponnesian': tradition and linguistic identity in post-classical Sicilian literature /
- Andreas Willi
- Part III.
- Siculi bilingues? Latin in the inscriptions of early Roman Sicily /
- Olga Tribulato;
- Sicily in the Roman imperial period: language and society /
- Kalle Korhonen.