By S.P. Swinn, G. H. R. Horsley
This quantity offers a synthesis of the linguistic value of the fabric handled within the first 4 volumes of the sequence, within which thousands of Greek inscriptions and papyri have been mentioned. the themes addressed the following comprise no matter if there has been a separate Greek-Jewish dialect of the ''koine'', even if the emphasis given in a few New testomony grammars to its semitic good points is justified, and the adequacy for present study of Moulton and Milligan's ''The Vocabulary of the Greek Testament'' and different lexicographical works. using names as an reduction to social heritage is roofed in a close examine of the inscription of a fishing cartel at Ephesus, and there are cumulative indexes by way of S.P. Swinn for the 1st 5 volumes of the sequence.