By James Hope Moulton
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H e has not thumbed the Anabasis long befor e th e mercifu l pedagogu e takes hi m on t o Homer , and hi s painfull y acquire d irregula r verb s de mand a grea t extensio n o f thei r limits . Whe n h e develop s into a Tripo s candidate , h e know s well tha t Homer , Pindar , Sappho, Herodotu s an d Aristotl e ar e al l o f the m i n thei r several way s defian t o f th e Atti c gramma r to whic h hi s ow n composition mus t conform . An d i f hi s studie s ultimatel y invade th e dialec t inscriptions, 1 he finds in Elis and Heraclea , Lacedaemon an d Thebes , Crete * and Cyprus , form s o f Gree k for whic h hi s literature ha s almos t entirel y faile d t o prepar e him.
1 These word s wer e writte n befor e I had rea d D r T . K . Abbott' s able, bu t not alway s conclusive, article i n hi s volum e of Essays. O n p. 16 4 he gives an incident fro m bilingual Ireland exactly parallel with that imagined above. Prof . T. H . William s tell s m e he ha s ofte n hear d Wels h teacher s illustratin g th e narrative o f A c 21« 22* in the sam e way : c f als o A . S . Wilkins, OS ii. 142 f. (On Lystra, se e p. 233. ) * Jewish People, II. i . 4 8 (=' II. 63). 8A GRAMMA R O F NE W TESTAMEN T GREEK.
Whic h i s give n b y H E a s it s origina l i n 2 9 places, a s agains t 1 6 wit h dative . , an d other s ar e often occurring : I coun t al l place s where on e of th e primar y authorities ha s els air. with gen . o r dat . representin g "* \ I n additio n ther e ar e a fe w places where th e phras e answer s to a differen t original ; als o 1 ex . wit h gen . an d 3 wit h dat . fro m th e Apocrypha. ) Luk e (Ac 28 U) use s i t wit h dat. , and i n Mt 25 * it appear s absolutely , as onc e in LXX (1 Sa 13").
A Grammar of New Testament Greek, Volume I: Prolegomena by James Hope Moulton