On 17 Aug 94 10:19:00 -0400 you said:
>Check with the CLASSICS list (u.washington.edu) ... several people there
>know the transcription standard used in the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae and
>The basic alphabet seems to be:
>A B G D E Z H Q I K L M N C O P R S T U F X Y W
>with )( used for breathings, | (vertical bar) used for iota-subscript, a
>preceding * for initial capital letters, and /\= used for acute, grave, and
>circumflex, though I forget whether they precede or follow
>vowels/diphthongs. I don't remember what they use for final sigma.
The diacriticals FOLLOW the vowels. I don't think there is any distinction
between initial-medial sigma and final sigma.
CARL W. CONRAD, C25001CC@WUVMD.BITNET OR C25001CC@WUVMD.WUSTL.EDU
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