In the use of prepositions in Cretan dialect two well-differentiated phases are under examination. The most ancient inscriptions (VII-V B.C.) show
remarkable peculiarities in the syntax and morphology of the prepositions,
whereas more recent ones (IV-I B.C.) offer clear coincidences with the prepositional uses and forms of the Koine.
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