From: Benjamin Raymond (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 16 1999 - 17:34:28 EST
At 01:24 PM 3/16/99 -0600, Edgar Krentz wrote:
>>2. H KAINE DIAQHKH EK THS PALAIAS DIAQHKHS KATA TOUS EBDOMHKONTA
>> Novum Testamentum Graecum
>> Editio Hellenistica
>> TOM. II.
>> Londini, Gulielmus Pickering, 1843
>> contains GNT from Romans to Revelation
>> all notes are in Greek
>This is a collection of illustrative texts drawn from Jewish and early
Christian writers. Grinfield published the volumes drawn from the
Septuagint in 1843, about 5 years before the two above, with the same
publisher. My set of the above came from the library of Joseph Thayer, the
translator-editor of the Grimm-Wilcke Lexicon, still reprinted, and now
badly needs rebinding. I wonder if what you have does not also have a Greek
text without accents. but does have rough breathings.
You are correct: rough breathing marks, but no accents.
>Too bad you could not get volume I also.
Indeed; I shall keep my eyes open.
Benjamin Raymond, B.Min.
8 Margaret St.
Essex Jct., VT 05452
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