From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Sep 26 2000 - 11:36:09 EDT
Again today I'm forwarding this message sent by Dennis Hukel to me
regarding a couple of issues that came up yesterday regarding (a) use of
the dual in Hellenistic Greek, and (b) use of the Iota Adscript in
Hellenistic Greek. As Maurice O'Sullivan quipped to me a day or so ago
privately, it pays to read some Greek BEYOND the Biblical text, even if
only to guard oneself from making overgeneralizations about Biblical,i.e.
about Hellenistic Greek.
>Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2000 07:59:14 -0700
>Subject: Re: DUOIN
>From: "Dennis Hukel" <email@example.com>
>I did my homework last night, and I was wrong! DUOIN is not in the NT, it
>occurs twice in IV Maccabees. It has been
>some 8-10 years since I went over this particular point. The form which
>spoils the indeclable DUO in the NT is the
>dative form DUSI(N). So, my apologies for being too quick in my assertions.
>The iota-adscript is indeed in P45.
Carl W. Conrad
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