From: Mark Wilson (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Aug 11 2001 - 16:16:10 EDT
>Consider Plato's Ion 531b (OCT)
>SW: TI DE hWN PERI MH TAUTA (ie TA AUTA) LEGOUSIN;
> hOION PERI MANTIKHS LEGEI TI hOMHROS TE KAI
>"What about when they do not speak about the same subjects? For example,
> what Homer and Hesiod say about divination."
This raises an interesting question in my mind: to what extent
or degree can we APPLY Classical grammar to Koine grammar?
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