From: Mark Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 04 2001 - 14:18:20 EDT
DIA TAUTHS GAR ELAQON TINES XENISANTES AGGELOUS
I understand that this clause contains an "idiomatic
usage common in classical Greek" (Vine). Specifically,
I suppose, the "entertaining of angels unawares."
Can someone help me understand the possible nuances
of this idiom. My interest was originally to better
understanding ELAQON, but since it seems it is part of a whole,
I guess my interest is now what does this whole idiom mean?
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