[B-Greek] language pronunciation

Leonard Isaksson leonardo1orchardcity at mac.com
Fri May 1 05:25:56 EDT 2009


Coptic is not a living language?

How about Tocharian, or Oscan or Umbrian, none of which I know a thing 
about, other than the latter being related to Latin.
On Apr 30, 2009, at 10:17 PM, Mark Lightman wrote:

> There's also Coptic, Northumbrian and Esperonto, but I don't
> want to give Buth any ideas.  ;)
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> --- On Thu, 4/30/09, Jeffrey T. Requadt 
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> From: Jeffrey T. Requadt <jeffreyrequadt_list at hotmail.com>
> Subject: RE: [B-Greek] language pronunciation
> To: lightmanmark at yahoo.com, "'B Greek'" <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Date: Thursday, April 30, 2009, 8:16 PM
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> Really? What about other ancient languages? I haven’t had any 
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> From: Mark Lightman [mailto:lightmanmark at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 30, 2009 7:14 PM
> To: 'B Greek'; Jeffrey T. Requadt
> Subject: Re: [B-Greek] language pronunciation
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> --- On Thu, 4/30/09, Jeffrey T. Requadt 
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> Can anyone think of any languages, other than Greek, that have had a
> pronunciation "created" for them (such as Erasmian)? I'm not
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> distinctions between dialects, socio-economic classes, etc. I'm talking
> about pronunciation that it taught, and used, only in universities.
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> Ugaritic.
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