Merry Christmas!

Here’s a lovely Christmas tree in a type ornament tree stand from Caleb Alexander’s Greek grammar (1796) to enjoy for your festivities this year, shared on twitter several years ago by the blog: Coffee & Donatus: Early grammars and related matters of art and design.

Recent readers will also have noticed that we have added a new contributor: Chris Fresch. In the coming year, we hope to add more contributors so that we can provide useful discussion & material on a more regular basis than merely random bursts of writing energy from January through June that has been the case recently.

We’re still working on some notes from the SBL panel discussion of the Greek Verb Revisisted, which will also take a less traditional approach from what we have normally done here. Stay tuned!

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