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  • Bruno
    My favorite pronunciation links: Classical Greek Pronunciation Guide (Erasmian) Prof. Mastronarde
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 30, 2004
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      My favorite pronunciation links:

      Classical Greek Pronunciation Guide (Erasmian)
      Prof. Mastronarde
      http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~ancgreek/pronunchtml/pronunciation_guide.html

      Von der Aussprache der Buchstaben.
      From the German scholarly work "Ausf├╝hrliche Grammatik der Griechischen Sprache" by
      Raphael K├╝hner, Friedrich Blass.
      http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0019;query=smythp%
      3D%233;layout=;loc=2

      Greek Alphabet Chart
      Comparing the modern and "Erasmian" pronunciation, and giving in-depth information about
      every letter.
      By Katerina Sarri
      http://users.otenet.gr/~bm-celusy/chart1.html

      "The Error of Erasmus"
      A defense of demotic (new-Greek) pronunciation for all generations of the Greek language.
      By Chrys Caragounis
      http://www.bsw.org/?l=72081&a=Art06.html

      A site comparing modern and ancient Greek phonology, with quotes from ancient writers as
      evidence.
      By Harry Foundalis
      http://www.cogsci.indiana.edu/farg/harry/lan/grkphon.htm

      Reconstructed "Phonemic" pronunciation.
      Dr. Randall Buth's research on Koine Greek pronunciation during the first centuries C.E.
      http://www.biblicalulpan.org/Sound_files/PRONSYS1_US.pdf

      Notes on the Original Greek Text of the New Testament
      Summarizes Erasmian and Horrocks' pronunciation
      By Michael A. Covington
      http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/nttext.pdf See chapter 6 (p.27)


      Greetings,
      Bruno
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