This verse, as it stands in UBS 4/NA 27, seems a bit unique syntactically
43 (w/t accents) ...hran klasmata dwdeka kophinwn plhrwmata..."
Lit: "they took up fragments 12 of baskets fulnesses/fillings"
I would be interested in the uses you (pl) would assign to each of the
My present inclination is to take klasmata as the direct object, plhrwmata as
an apposition to klasmata, and to consider kophinwn either a genitive of
measurement (indicating how much there was) or as an objective genitive
(focusing on the "event" component of plhrwmata).