Category: Bibliography

Three new dissertations

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I would like to thank Matthew Longhorn for bringing three recent dissertations to my attention. All deal with the conjunction γάρ. Sarah Helen Casson, Engaging with γάρ: a relevance-theoretic approach to the connective’s communicative role in Romans, King’s… Read More

More additions to the bibliography

I have added four articles from Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti’s volume on Ancient Greek Linguists to the Bibliography at Greek-Language.com and GreekLinguistics.com. All but one of these deals with Classical Greek, but represent work that needs to… Read More

The Status of the ‘Progressive Aspect’ in the Hellenistic Greek of the New Testament

In 2016 Vit Bubeník published a paper in Graco-Latina Burnensia with the title given above. I have added that article to A Comprehensive Bibliography of Hellenistic Greek Linguistics at both Greek-Language.com and GreekLinguistics.com. Here is what the author says about his… Read More

The Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank, added to the bibliography

In 2016 Francesco Mambrini published a chapter in the book, Digital Classics Outside the Echo-Chamber, edited by M. Romanello and G. Bodard and published by Ubiquity Press in London.  Mambrini’s chapter is entitled, “The Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank: Linguistic Annotation… Read More

Finite vs. non-finite complementation in Post-classical and Early Byzantine Greek

About a year or so ago, I added Klaas Bentein’s paper from the first issue of 2017 of the Journal of Greek Linguistics to the bibliography at Greek-Language.com (and GreekLinguistics.com). The article treats forms of complementation for verbs in the… Read More

Sabine Tuillier on the Diccionario Griego – Español

Ancient Greek Linguistics: New Approaches, Insights, Perspectives

Felicia Logozzo and Paolo Poccetti have edited an impressive compilation of linguistic research on Ancient Greek. All but one of the chapters address either Classical or Homeric Greek, but one, a brief note on  synthetic forms of the… Read More

Changes in complement structure from Classical to Byzantine Greek

In the first issue of the Journal of Greek Linguistics this year (2017), Klaas Bentein examined changes in the way verbal complements were formed between the Classical and Byzantine periods. Here’s what the abstract of his paper says:… Read More

A Computational study on preverbal and postverbal accusative object nouns and pronouns in Ancient Greek

I have added Giuseppe Celano’s 2014 paper, “A Computational study on preverbal and postverbal accusative object nouns and pronouns in Ancient Greek,” (The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics, no. 101, April 2014, pp. 97–110) to the Comprehensive Bibliography of… Read More

Monosemy and Polysemy in Biblical Studies: A Minimalist Basis for Empirical Analysis of the Biblical Languages

Ryder Wishart has completed a masters thesis that fits very well into the category of works applying concepts from the field of Linguistics to the study of Ancient Greek. His theses has a broader focus on the biblical languages… Read More