Perspectives on Greek linguistic history: papyri and beyond

The project Strengthening Research Capacity in the Papyrus Collection of the Oslo University Library has the pleasure of announcing the seminar.


10:15-11:00 Mark Janse (Ghent) “Up and down the cline. Pronominal clitics in the history of the Greek language”

11:15-12:00 Marja Vierros (Helsinki) “Linguistic research on Greek documentary papyri. Results, problems, and methods”
12:15-13:00 Joanne Stolk (Oslo) ”Adjectival participles in the possessive DP: ὑπάρχω + dative or genitive?”

14:00-15:00 Mark Janse (Ghent) ”Cappadocian (Asia Minor Greek) – The Resurrection of a “Dead” Language”

15:15-16:00 From the work with ”Medicalia Online – A lexicon of Greek medical technical terminology”:

  • Anastasia Maravela (Oslo) ”Psygmos in documentary papyri: why ’drying place’?
  • Carlos Hernández Garcés (Oslo) ”Cutting in? The force of the preposition in enkatatemnô and its cognates”


Tags: Greek, Papyrology, Linguistics
Published Dec. 17, 2013 10:00 AM - Last modified Apr. 7, 2014 10:38 AM