This entry discusses the linguistic (prosodic) features of the Ancient Greek poetic phenomenon of the metrical "bridge," a position in a line of verse where a word division is either disallowed or strongly disfavored.
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Brown, H. Paul. "Bridges." Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics. Ed. Georgios K. Giannakis. (Brill Online, 2014).
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