Discontinuous Syntax Part V

This is a continuation of my series examining Devine and Stephen’s book Discontinuous Syntax: Hyperbaton in Greek. Today’s post consists of much rewriting of about 15 pages I lost back in February when my hard drive died. See also: Part I Part II Part III Part IV Weak Focus Y2 Hyperbaton[1] Most commonly, Y2 Hyperbaton... Continue Reading →

Comparing Lexical Entries

To get a better idea of the strengths & weaknesses of Muraoka’s A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint (Amazon) compared to the other lexicon used for the Hellenistic period, we’re going to do some comparisons between it and BDAG, LSJ, & LEH. A couple of notes: Now, I know there are significant issues with coverage... Continue Reading →

Speaking of…

I've decided I'm going to pick up at least one of my left-by-the-way-side series perhaps this next week. I'll have a little more time on my hands now that BibleTech is passed.

Discontinuous Syntax Part IV

This is a continuation of my series examining Devine and Stephen’s book Discontinuous Syntax: Hyperbaton in Greek. Today’s post fills a gap left open this past weekend in chapter two. See also: Part I Part II Part III DS proposed as test in order to show that Y1 Hyperbaton encodes strong focus [the BLACK cat,... Continue Reading →

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