Check out the new Epigraphy pages at http://greek-language.com/Epigraphy.html. When I overhauled the site back in March, I didn’t include the epigraphy page from the old site. Now I’ve broken it down into a set of related pages, all accessible from http://greek-language.com/Epigraphy.html.
How should verbs be treated in a reference grammar of Hellenistic Greek? What syntactic and discourse information should be included in the lexicon? Argument Structure Theory can provide helpful suggestions.
Along with the Hellenistic Greek Grammar I am developing, I am compiling a course lexicon. I update it as I finish each lesson in the grammar. You can check out the lexicon at Greek-Language.com.
Check out the interchange between Daniel and Mike Aubrey on participles in 1 Peter over at “Text, Community & Mission.”
Introductory Greek grammars have been available on the web for some time now, but several are simply web versions of what is available in print, or are the notes of a Greek teacher presenting his or her favorite sequence and wording of