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THE BETA TRANSLITERATION SCHEME (Slightly modified)
Alpha = A, d
Smooth = )
Acute = /
NB: Accents and breathings follow the vowel to which they belong, except for capitals.
O(/ti me\n u(mei=s, w)= a)/ndres )Aqhnai=oi, pepo/nqate u(po\ tw=n e)mw=n kathgo/rwn, ou)k oi)=da: (Plato Ap. 17a).