This paper addresses the problem of the double development of liquid plus s sequences in Ancient Greek. The accent–conditioned rule first proposed by Wackernagel (1888) is defended as a satisfying explanation, while some objections that have prevented its acceptance are refuted.

The outcome of liquid and sibilant clusters in Ancient Greek

Roberto Batisti
2017

Abstract

This paper addresses the problem of the double development of liquid plus s sequences in Ancient Greek. The accent–conditioned rule first proposed by Wackernagel (1888) is defended as a satisfying explanation, while some objections that have prevented its acceptance are refuted.
Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives (Proceedings of the IX Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics. Rome March 23-27 2015)
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