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Overview This pioneering volume approaches the languages and scripts of ancient Cyprus from an interdisciplinary point of view, with a primarily linguistic and epigraphic approach supplemented by a consideration of their historical and cultural context. Sign in via your Institution.
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Eteocypriot or Eteocyprian is a modern term referring to a group of inscriptions written in an unknown language of Iron Age Cyprus attested 8th—4th centuriesbce. The name was coined by analogy Eteocypriot was written in the deciphered Classical Cypriot Syllabic script see pre-alphabetic scripts, Greek , which was predominantly used to write the Cypriot Greek dialect.
In the inscriptions, several features belonging to a single language are well established, including a patronymic formula of uncertain morphological status -o-ko-o- , a set of nominal endings most famously, o-ti , the meanings of one or two lexemes e.
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