“New” Greek Grammar

Look at what’s on the top of the list of LibraryThing.com recent additions.

Grammar of New Testament Greek by Blass, translated by Thackeray

Its not in perfect condition, but its also 111 years old. These are the moments where past library experience comes in handy – that and some book repair supplies that I am ever thankful for. I’ve fixed the weakening binding on one side and took some preventative measures as well to ensure it will be usable for the foreseeable future. I don’t plan on just letting it sit on the shelf.

The spind is faded to a tan, but the sides still show the rich burgundy of better days.

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