From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 12:00:46 EDT
At 7:32 PM -0400 6/2/01, Harry W. Jones wrote:
>To all B-Greekers,
>Since in the original manuscripts there where no punctuation marks,the
>question is why not,
> "...AMHN SOI LEGW SHMERON, MET' EMOU ESH EN TW PARADEISW"
>INSTEAD OF, "...AMHN SOI LEGW, SHMERON MET' EMOU ESH EN TW PARADEISW"?
>Harry W. Jones
Regarding this question I think it might be helpful to review the thread in
our archives from January of 2000, specifically Jan 14-15, 2000,
subject-headers: "SHMERON in Luke 23:43" and "SHMERON in Luke 23:43 (a long
palinode)." The "palinode" was my own recantation of my one-time insistence
that SHMERON should be understood with the second clause and endorsement of
the view that it does indeed belong with AMHN SOI LEGW. I'm not going to
repeat the arguments but they are available there in the archives.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics/Washington University
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