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Coptic interference in the syntax of Greek letters from Egypt

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Egypt in the early Byzantine period was a bilingual country where Greek and Egyptian (Coptic) were used alongside each other. Historical studies as well as linguistic studies of the phonology and lexicon of early Byzantine Greek in Egypt testify to this situation. In order to describe the linguistic traces the language-contact situation left behind in individuals’ linguistic output, this thesis analyses the syntax of early Byzantine Greek texts from Egypt. The primary object of interest is...

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Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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