The Illiad

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The Illiad

The Iliad


In ancient times, even when all the Greeks spoke the same language in different cities were created different dialects. Over time, all these imposed Koine dialect that was used in Athens, known for being flexible, melodious and very expressive. Later, as they had no script of its own, adopted the Phoenician alphabet , but modifying some of their signs, so that by the year 800 BC was used about ten different forms of alphabets, finally prevailed until now in force.


Then Rome meanwhile adopted the alphabet of the Greeks of Cumae or Calcídico which is our current Latin alphabet. ...
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