From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 07 2001 - 21:18:30 EDT
At 8:35 PM -0400 10/7/01, Moon-Ryul Jung wrote:
>It just occurred to my mind what would be the proper parsing of
>IOUDAIOUS TE KAI hELLHNAS.
>In the case of English "both X and Y", the following bracketing
>(1) [ both [ X and Y] ]
>That is, "both" modifies "X and Y". In the case of X TE KAI hELLENAS,
>do we have the following?
>(2) [ [ X TE] KAI Y ]
>In this case, TE modifies only X.
Only, for what it's worth, that, if we return to Denniston's initial
discussion of TE KAI (p. 511): "(5) Corresponsive, TE KAI, TE ... KAI.
This tends very largely to replace TE ... TE."
From that point of view, we get [ [X TE] [Y TE] ]. Somehow I don't think
this brings us one inch further toward demonstration that one of these
elements is stressed more than the other.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Emeritus)
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