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Attic Greek is the main Greek dialect that was spoken in ancient Attica, which includes Athens. Of the ancient dialects, it is the most similar to later Greek and is the standard form of the language that is studied in ancient-Greek language courses. Attic Greek is sometimes included in the Ionic dialect. Together, Attic and Ionic are the primary influences on Modern Greek.
- also known as 阿提卡希臘語
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Language Matters (2009)
Reflections on Educational Linguistics by Timothy Reagan
Well, yes—Attic Greek is a fairly difficult language, and, as they note, ...
by David Edward Aune
Attic Greek and was in use until the nrid-6th cent. C.E., when it developed into Byzantine Greek. The independence and isolation of the Greek city-states had encouraged the preservation of local dialects, but the formation of political ...
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