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 . I decided today to write a little more about that article to give you a clearer idea of what it does.
Between the Classical and Hellenistic periods and beyond, there was significant change in the types of complementation used most commonly. In this article,
If you are interested in the social status of various forms of speech or in the historical development and change in forms of complementation, you should enjoy Bentein’s article.