I have a french book written by J-B gail, from the imperial university (france, 1814) which I use for grammar.
But now, I bought my self the Hurbert Weig Smyth's grammar, and I am confused.
In the first book, there are as many as 80 liaisons and abbreviations for letters, such as sðên, chðên, taîs and so on. They look all very nice and are complexe and bizzard mix of symboles. most with êta actualy show epsilon.
Also, bêta, delta, gamma, zêta, ðêta, pi, rho, sigma, tau and phi have up to 3 different forms, all used at determinated points in the word, just like accents are put over vowels. and I find allthis most interesting. but my probleme is that I find no where on the internet that mentions this perticular version of the alphabet.
The grammar is attic.
if someone could help me on this one...
Oh by the way. My first post here.
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