From: Clayton Bartholomew (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 12 1997 - 08:01:40 EDT
In ACTS 7:1 the high priest asks: EI TAUTA hOUTWS EXEI
Fribergs and others tag TAUTA as a nominative. Why? Is it not the
object of the transitive EXEI?
One possible explanation that occurred to me was that EXEI is
intransitive and that TAUTA hOUTWS can be read something like
TAUTA [ESTIN] hOUTWS.
Still, it seems like the simplest way to read it is EXEI transitive
TAUTA as accusative and hOUTWS as a modifier of EXEI. Obviously I
have missed something here. Could some one point it out?
Three Tree Point
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