From: Keith Thompson (KAT@kneptune.demon.co.uk)
Date: Sat Nov 17 2001 - 07:33:48 EST
EPEITA DIA DEKATESSARWN ETWN PALIN ANEBHN EIS hIEROSOLUMA META BARNABA,
SUMPARALABWN KAI TITON.
I wouldn't have a problem with this, but all of the translations I've
seen except one (I've only got five) translate 'DIA DEKATESSARWN ETWN'
as 'after fourteen years'. Can DIA+genitive have a meaning 'after' (I
would expect META+accusative)?
Doesn't it rather indicate the time during which the action took place,
Keith Thompson (Manchester, UK)
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