In Soviet Russia…

... consonants palatalize you! How Computers Can Do Fieldwork For You: A Case Study—Chit Fullah I laughed so hard at that. But more relevant parts of the newest issue of the Speculative Grammarian for reader of my blog: How to Do Fieldwork on Proto-Indo-European—Tim Pulju Between these two articles, they've almost as good as: The... Continue Reading →

Gems in the Biblical Scholarship

My Google Alerts e-mail for "New Testament Greek" came today and I found these couple Gems: Will you read the original DEAD SEA SCROLLS when they come to the Internet? Two of the comments are: The Dead Sea Scrolls verify that the "New Testament" was originally written in Hebrew, not Greek, as the early "church"... Continue Reading →

Searches that Found Me

My last name is spelled with a “e” not an “i” – just so you know: mike aubriy But by far this is my very favorite search. things to do when not studying I’ve had it a few times and it makes me laugh every time I see it.

Funny things in ancient literature

Josh over at his new Son of the Fathers blog has tagged me in his meme: A Meme: Funniest things in ancient literature. Well, the funniest thing that I've read recently was 1 Samuel 13:13 (discussed here): καὶ εἶπεν Σαμουηλ πρὸς Σαουλ Μεματαίωταί σοι Which comes out relatively close to something like: And Samuel said, 'That... Continue Reading →

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