From: Moon-Ryul Jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 22 1999 - 23:04:13 EDT
There was some discussion about
Luke 7:45 on the list.
hAUTH DE AF' hHS EISHLQON OU DIELIPEN
KATAFILOUSA MOU TOUS PODAS.
For me, AF' hHS EISHLQON was difficult to handle.
It is translated as "since the time I came in".
Here hHS is the genitive case of the female relative pronoun.
This expression seems to assume the antecedent of hHS.
I would like to ask two questions.
1) Is this common after prepositions?
2) On what ground, is the "time" taken to be the antecedent?
Dept of Computer Science
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