Includes bibliographical references (p. 370-411) and index.
Machine generated contents note: Introduction. 'So many Sicilies': introducing language and linguistic contact in ancient Sicily O. Tribulato; Part I. Non-Classical Languages: 1. Language relations in Sicily: evidence for the speech of the Sikanoi, the Sikeloi and others P. Poccetti; 2. The Elymian language S. Marchesini; 3. Phoenician and Punic in Sicily M. G. Amadasi Guzzo; 4. Oscan in Sicily J. Clackson; 5. Traces of language contact in Sicilian onomastics: the evidence from the Great Curse of Selinous G. Meiser; 6. Coins and language in ancient Sicily O. Simkin; Part II. Greek: 7. Sicilian Greek before the fourth century BC: a basic grammar S. Mimbrera Olarte; 8. The Sicilian Doric koine S. Mimbrera Olarte; 9. Intimations of koine in Sicilian Doric: the information provided by the Antiatticist A. C. Cassio; 10. 'We speak Peloponnesian': tradition and linguistic identity in postclassical Sicilian literature A. Willi; Part III. Latin: 11. Siculi bilingues? Latin in the inscriptions of early Roman Sicily O. Tribulato; 12. Sicily in the Roman imperial period: language and society K. Korhonen.
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