The word Ithaca in Classical Greek

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The word Ithaca in Classical Greek

Post by rippins » Mon Sep 21, 2015 2:34 am

I'm simply looking how to write the word 'Ithaca' in Classical Greek for the purposes of a tattoo.

Any assistance most appreciated.

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Re: The word Ithaca in Classical Greek

Post by mwh » Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:23 pm

ΙΘΑΚΗ, Ιθακη, or Ἰθάκη.
But if it’s not nominative (e.g. subject of sentence) it will have another letter at the end, and you shd ask again.

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