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Problematizing syndetic coordination

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Abstract

The article problematizes the interpretation of three ancient Greek particles, <i>te</i>, <i>ka&#237;</i> and <i>d&#233;</i>, which represent the most common &#8216;and&#8217; coordination devices in Archaic and Classical Greek. They show a considerable degree of variation in occurrence, combination, function and meaning across time and in different genres. Such a variation calls for the consideration of discourse phenomena that transcend syntactic distinctions.

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