One question asked at the Greek Prepositions Workshop at Tyndale House was about the use of ἀπό and ἐκ in temporal expressions beyond the corpus we used, specifically in the papyri.
Can a phrase with an adjective in second attributive position be broken up by a genitive? Luke 23:35 […]
The question was asked on Facebook about what principles might motivate the occurrence of indefinite noun phrases to […]
Both the Source (material) & Source (reflexive) senses involve an an element of identification of the TR with the LM.
In the 1970s, Joan Bresnan and Ronald Kaplan took a hard look at where Chomsky’s ideas were headed and did not like what they saw.
This is part one of a multi-part series. Part II is: A brief history of syntactic theory: Parallel-contraint based […]
Both contributors to this blog (yes, there actually is more than one — Mike and Rachel Aubrey) are […]
Porter, Stanley. 2015. Linguistic analysis of the Greek New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic. This review is […]
T. Muraoka. 2016. A syntax of Septuagint Greek. Leuven: Peeters. There is a sense in which introductions are […]
I could have sworn that I had mentioned Lars Nordgren’s book, Greek Interjections Syntax, Semantics and Pragmatics at some point before, but apparently not. I can’t find the post. In any case, his book received a detailed review in the latest issue of the Bryn Mawr Classical Review by Coulter George:
Nordgren’s book is, of course, expensive on Amazon (here), though with all such monographs, patient waiting can often land you a reasonably priced copy–I picked one up about a year ago.
The author has a academia.edu page, as well, but he has not uploaded any papers.