Genitives and 2nd position adjectives

This is another question that was asked online (this time New Testament Greek Club) that would be difficult to answer without treebanks. Can a phrase with an adjective in second attributive position be broken up by a genitive? Luke 23:35 reads: εἰ οὗτός ἐστιν ὁ χριστὸς τοῦ θεοῦ ὁ ἐκλεκτός. Can this be, "if he is... Continue Reading →

I recently got an e-mail notification that Robert Beekes'* (2010)  Etymological Dictionary of Greek has received quite a dramatic price drop on its prepublication page (link). Going from over $500 downs down to a much more comfortable $105. This price change on the part of moves their pricing from that of the hardcover edition's $550 (Amzon for... Continue Reading →

Logos Bible Software 5 is Here

Logos Bible Software has released the new version of their flagship project: Logos 5. It incorporates some massive changes in datasets and built in resources while keeping much of the user experience quite similar to Logos 4. I had originally intended to have a useful post ready this evening surveying how tools for studying Greek... Continue Reading →

Filología Neotestamentaria

Many of you are likely familiar with the journal Filología Neotestamentaria simply because it’s the only journal of its kind that deals with a broad coverage of Greek language issues focusing on the Hellenistic and Early Roman periods of the language. And I’m sure that most of you have greatly appreciated the fact that the... Continue Reading →

Where have I been?

I really don’t know. I’ve been focused on working on highly technical posts, nothing else has happened on this blog. Between researching and studying pronominal clitics and slowly and surely building up my morphological parser, I just haven’t had time for much else in my free time. In terms of work, though, I am now... Continue Reading →

BibleTech:2010 More Musings

The past two days have been a rush of presentations, technology, and Greek linguistics.  It was exciting to meet some new people with similar interests, reconnect with others, and finally connect faces with names on the internet. There was some exciting talk about collaboration in Greek linguistics work, especially in morphology and syntax – not... Continue Reading →

Logos 4 is Finally Here

Today is a day that I have been waiting for quite some time: LOGOS 4 Over the past few months, Logos has been kind enough to allow me to participate in the private beta testing of their (formerly) forthcoming version of their library system. And let me tell you, it has been exciting. The new... Continue Reading →

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