Category: Papyri

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

Scope of a Hellenistic Greek Grammar III: Papyri

Since the papyri have been mentioned twice already in this discussion of the scope of a Hellenistic Greek Grammar, I thought I would offer a little of my own take on the issue. The papyri are extremely valuable… Read More