Evans: Idiolect and Aspectual Choice in Ancient Greek

Here’s a gem from the newest addition to my library, Biblical Greek in Context.

 Grammaticalization of tense within the indicative mood of Koine Greek, you don’t say?

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2 Responses to Evans: Idiolect and Aspectual Choice in Ancient Greek

  1. Mark Ward says:

    Can’t find this on Amazon. Are you sure you got the title?

    I think I can use this in a post this week if I can track down the bib right away.

    • jacobcerone says:

      The publisher still doesn’t have it listed on their site. (It should be volume 22.)

      I only have it because I bought the display copy—which Peeters didn’t even realize it had—at SBL.

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