Some articles on northwest greek, greek:
... The Northwest Greek group is closely related to the Doric Group, while sometimes there is no distinction between the Doric and the Northwest Greek ... the Doric Group or the latter a part of it or the two subgroups of West Greek the dialects and their grouping remain the same ... West Thessalian and Boeotian had come under a strong Northwest Greek influence ...
... For administrative and political purposes, Attic Greek seems to have operated as a lingua franca amongst the ethno-linguistically diverse communities of Macedonia ... Attic Greek was standardized as the language of the court, formal discourse and diplomacy from at least the time of Archelaus at the end of the 5th century BC ... language in Macedonia other than Attic, and later Koine Greek ...
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