Re: Are participles temporally unmarked? Mk 1:35

From: George Blaisdell (
Date: Sun Mar 07 1999 - 02:06:22 EST

>From: "Moon-Ryul Jung"
>> And aspectually ANASTAS simply indicates the fact of the complete
>> of arising at this time, which time is actually given two
>> specifications.
>I do not understand "which time is actually given TWO SPECIFICATIONS".

Dear Moon ~

I guess I wasn't too clear ~ The 'time of arising' is specified as 'in
morning,' and then further specified as 'in darkness' [very early in the
morning], hence two specifications, hierarchically ordered.

Thanks for your response ~ I think I understand you now, and have
'reference time' much more clearly defined.


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