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Allan, Rutger, VU University Amsterdam — Rutger J. Allan is Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Language and Literature at the Free University Amsterdam. He is the author of The Middle Voice in Ancient Greek. A Study in Polysemy (2003) and co-editor of The Language of Literature . Linguistic Approaches to Classical Texts (2007). His research interests include the syntax and semantics of the Greek verb, discourse particles, word order and the linguistic structure of narrative texts. Diathesis/Voice (Morphology of) | Mediopassive | Stative (and Middle/Medium) Verbs | Voice | Activa Tantum | Active | Media Tantum | Middle | Passiva Tantum | Passive (Syntax) | Passive (Morphology) Alonso Déniz, Alcorac, Universidad Complutense de Madrid — Honorary Research Fellow of the Department of Greek and Indo-European Linguistics at the University Complutense of Madrid. His fields of specialization are Ancient Greek Dialects, Historical Grammar and Epigraphy. Syllables | Aspiration | Contraction | Elision | Epenthesis | Glides | Monophthongization | Semivowels | Spirantization | Synizesis | Yodization | Anaptyxis | Apocope | Assibilation Alvarez-Pedrosa, Juan Antonio, Universidad Complutense de Madrid — Juan Antonio Alvarez-Pedrosa is Professor of Indo-European Linguistics in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. His major research fields are Hittite, Old Church Slavic and the Reconstructions of Slavic Pre-Christian Religion. Phonetic Law...