The grammar

A Comprehensive grammar of Hellenistic and Early Roman Greek

A major research project by Rachel Aubrey and Michael Aubrey.


0. Introduction: The approach of this grammar

0.1 The intended audience

0.1.1 Translators
0.1.2 Linguists

0.2 Greek grammars & linguistic adequacy

0.3 The theoretical perspective

0.3.1 Cognitive The rejection of classical categories Language and the embodied mind Prototypes & gestalts Emergence & complex systems

0.3.2 Functional Motivated syntax Iconicity in form and function

0.3.3 Descriptive Sources of data Methodology for analysis

0.4 Conclusion & summary

Part I: Parts-of-speech and morphosyntax

Part II: Syntax, semantics, & discourse