From: Kevin W. Woodruff (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 25 2001 - 08:42:20 EDT
Buttmann, Alexander. A Grammar of the New Testament Greek / By
Alexander Buttmann ; authorized translation, with numerous additions and
corrections by the author. Andover : W. F. Draper, 1891.
At 10:06 AM 5/25/2001 +0200, you wrote:
>Kevin Buchs wrote:
>> I am also wanting to expand my web of knowledge. This lexicon gives
>> references to Winer and Buttmann. Would anyone recommend trying to get
>> these books so the specific chapter/page references can be followed? It
>> looks like they are translated into English but I am not sure if they are
>> old that there are not current copies available for purchase or if they
>> antiquated in some way in the content.
>> Thanks for your help.
>> Kevin Buchs
>and Solomon Landers answered:
>>Thayer's, while a handy resource, is quite old -- April, 1889.
>>is a reprint, not an update or revision. You might want to consider the
>new BDAG (_A
>>Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian
>>edition, 2000), or the lexicon by Liddell and Scott (revised supplement,
>I know that Winer and Buttmann are both from the 19th century too. Perhaps
>Winer (4 vol)
>has been reprinted? I think that While Winer is still used, I was not even
>able to find the exact
>bibliographic data for Buttmann (with place and publisher), in which I would
>be interested in.
>Has anybody the information on Buttmanns Grammar at hand?
>PhD candidate BIB, ETS Heverlee/Leuven, Belgium
>pastor EFC Berne, Switzerland
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