Finally…Syntax & Lexicons

With such an incredibly productive day this afternoon for work, I’ve decided that I can excuse myself to studying Greek discontinuous noun phrases again (why do I view that sort of thing as leisure activity?). So expect a post about noun initial hyperbaton (Y2 Hyperbaton) in the next day or so.

I’m very excited.

In other news, Rod Decker announced that Muraoka’s LXX lexicon is finally complete for the entire Septuagint, which means that my book purchasing priorities have just changed significantly.

And in that regard, Jame Spinti’s comments on the post are exciting too.

But as we’re waiting, there are a couple of new and excellent reviews up:

One on Campbell’s new aspect book.

One on the New English Translation of the Septuagint.

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