From: Eric S. Weiss (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 12 2000 - 00:57:05 EST
QLIYIS KAI STENOCWRIA EPI PASAN YUCHN ANQRWPOU TOU KATERGAZOMENOU TO KAKON,
IOUDAIOU TE PRWTON KAI hELLHNOS* DOXA DE KAI TIMH KAI EIRHNH PANTI TWi
ERGAZOMENWi TO AGAQON, IOUDAIWi TE PRWTON KAI hELLHNI
Does Paul possibly use KATERGAZOMENOU with KAKON and ERGAZOMENWi with
AGAQON - rather than KAT. or ERG. in both clauses - for "poetic" effect?
I.e., KAT. with KAKON because they both begin with "K", and ERG. with
AGAQON because they both begin with vowels?
If so, are there other such examples that come to mind?
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