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- proper n. Byzantine Greek
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- n. the Greek language from about 600 to 1200 AD
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On historical linguistics, linguistic variation and Medieval Greek, by Io Manolessou, pp.63-79
Abstract: This article focuses on two questions: the application of current historical linguistic methodologies to vernacular Medieval Greek in comparison to similar research in other medieval languages, and the notion of linguistic variation in Medieval Greek, in parallel with the possible methods for its fruitful investigation.
I've never seen the original manuscript, which would have been written in Medieval Greek.