I thought I'd bump this and see if any one else could help me, if I gave a more complete description of what I'm looking for.
What the project is, is using computational methods to draw the family trees for how the dialects are related to each other. (See here for a similar project: http://www.cs.rice.edu/~nakhleh/CPHL/
). As my data, I'll have a list of word meanings and the words all of the dialects use for those concepts. For example, all of the words for "we", or "hand", or whatever.
The dialects I'm currently looking at are: Attic, Ionic, Euboean, Eretrian, Arcadian, Cypriot, Pamphylian, Lesbian, Thessalian, Boeotian, Phocian, Locrian, Elean, Laconian, Heraclean, Argolic, Corinthian, Megarian, Rhodian, Coan, Theran/Cyrenaean, Cretan, Mycenaean, Homeric, Koine.
Now, when I started this project I was sure that lexicons must exist for all of these dialects, since people have been studying Greek for so long. But I can't find them, and the dictionaries don't seem to specify what dialects a word occurs in. So, given a particular word I don't know how to answer questions such as "Does this word also occur in Pamphylian"?
Any advice at all on this would be appreciated. How to get the word lists, people I might contact about it, suggestions for alternate methods, whatever. I've emailed some people already in academia but none of them replied.