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Would the Greek at that point still be recognizable as Koine, or had it changed significantly? Ghavrel Send a noteboard - 29/01/2013 08:37:08 AM
I've never done Greek translation later than the New Testament, though I've been wanting to grab hold of some Byzantine texts; as a result, I'm unfamiliar with the path the language took.
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The Apocalypse of pseudo-Methodius, edited and translated by Benjamin Garsted - 27/01/2013 05:19:29 PM 2740 Views
It looks like a window into an unadulterated trainwreck of methodology. *NM* - 28/01/2013 09:40:55 AM 188 Views
Oh it is. - 28/01/2013 01:32:46 PM 338 Views
Would the Greek at that point still be recognizable as Koine, or had it changed significantly? - 29/01/2013 08:37:08 AM 326 Views
Yes, at that point it is still pretty much Koine. - 29/01/2013 02:30:59 PM 375 Views
I'll definitely check it out. Thanks for the recommendation. *NM* - 30/01/2013 11:20:09 AM 186 Views

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