From: Maurice A. O'Sullivan (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Mar 04 2000 - 11:29:40 EST
<x-flowed>1 P. 3:18 has the verb PROSAGW in a reduplicated aorist subjunctive PROSAGAGHi.
Lk 9:14 and Ac. 16:20 also show the reduplicated aorist ( the fourth
occurrence in the N.T , also in Ac., is a present infinitive ]
The Perseus LSJ lists this reduplicated form as a Doric/Aeolic variation.
Perphas someone could comment on the background to this reduplicated aorist
--- in Greek literature generally, and specifically its incidence in the N.T?
Is it significant that the Aeolic dialect is a "native" of Asia Minor?
Maurice A. O'Sullivan [ Bray, Ireland ]
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