Pronunciation of Ancient Greek in Teaching

Pronunciation Of Ancient Greek In Teaching

Ancient Greek has been pronounced in various ways by those studying Ancient Greek literature in various times and places. This article covers those pronunciations; the modern scholarly reconstruction of its ancient pronunciation is covered in Ancient Greek phonology.

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... Ancient Greek in Italy is taught in the Erasmian pronunciation without exception ... find it hard to reproduce the pitch-based ancient Greek accent accurately, so circumflex and acute accents are not distinguished ...

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