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SECUND- in Latin and Greek inscriptions and papyri. The percentage of presumably phonetic spellings is much higher in Greek documents (82%) compared to Latin (18%). As a matter of fact, the adoption of a different script can bring out, as it is known

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. Leiden 1975. 13 The name of the settlement in literary sources may also refer to Doliche of Thessaly. Ptolemy, Geogr . V 14.8. On Greek inscriptions, however, it typically appears as Δολίχη . For a review of the city’s variants see MERLAT, P.: Jupiter

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