[b-greek] Re: NT texts

From: c stirling bartholomew (cc.constantine@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Wed Feb 06 2002 - 18:05:46 EST

on 2/6/02 1:16 PM, Michael Holmes wrote:

> Clay,
> a good list and discussion of itacisms is in F. T. Gignac, A Grammar of the
> Greek Papyri of the Roman and Byzantine Periods, vol. 1: Phonology (Milan,
> 1976). Section two is devoted entirely to vowels and their interchange.
> Mike Holmes
> Bethel College

Thank you Michael,

I was trying to wade through J.H. Moulton's vol. 2 and found that his
treatment of it was like using the Oxford Dict. of English for an ESL class.

Thanks again, I will get a hold of F. T. Gignac


>> on 2/6/02 9:43 AM, Randall Buth wrote:
>>> long codices all show strong itacistic spelling changes
>> Could someone point me to a good source for a complete list of "itacistic
>> spelling changes?" I am currently working in two different mss. Codex
>> Panopolitanus and P.Oxy. 4499 which both have these spellings and there is
>> probably somewhere in my own library a list of these but I am not sure
> where
>> to look. I tried H. Smyth but his treatment didn't cover all the examples.

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