From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 03 1997 - 08:09:00 EST
At 6:40 AM -0600 3/3/97, Rod Decker wrote:
>I was reading in Josephus this morning and hesitated on the form: OLWLENAI.
>I'd say perf. act. inf. > OLLUMI? Anyone care to verify, correct, or
>explain the morphology?
>Text: TISI DE TWN IOUDAIWN EDOKEI OLWLENAI TON hHRWDOU STRATON... (Ant.
Right on the mark, Rod; there's a first perfect OLWLEKA and a second
perfect OLWLA, the source of your infinitive. One token that J is writing
Attic rather than standard Koine.
Carl W. Conrad
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