From: David Haeuser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 01 2001 - 20:00:38 EDT
Betz in his commentary on Galatians (Hermeneia series) calls them
superscriptio, adscriptio, salutatio, and calls the whole section v. 1-5 the
epistolary prescript. He mentions a bibliography in Conzelmann's 1
Corinthians, 19 nn 6,7 and J. Fitzmyer, "Some Notes on Aramaic
Epistolography," JBL, 93 (1974)190-231, and a couple other sources.
> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Mike Sangrey [mailto:msangrey@BlueFeltHat.org]
> Enviado el: domingo 1 de abril de 2001 15:02
> Para: Biblical Greek
> Asunto: [b-greek] Structure of a 1st century Epistle
> What is the common structure of a 1st century letter?
> For example,
> Author(s): PAULOS KAI TIMOQEOS...
> Recipients: PASIN TOIS hAGIOIS...
> In other words, what are the parts? And what are they called?
> Thanks ahead of time.
> Mike Sangrey
> Landisburg, Pa.
> "The first one last wins."
> "A net of highly cohesive details reveals the truth."
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