|Title of host publication||Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics, Vol. 3|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
An adequate description of the reflexive system in Ancient Greek entails a brief overview of the main assumptions on the notion of reflexivity and, more in general, imposes some preliminary remarks on the theoretical framework which forms the background of the argumentation. The primary reflexive strategy in Greek belongs to the pronominal type, although some significant changes occurred throughout the history of the language, which impose a more fine-grained diachronic description.