[B-Greek] Starting web page Old Greek Daniel.
John.Litteral at Ashland.kyschools.us
Wed Feb 20 14:54:33 EST 2008
Al, By the way, would it be appropriate to translated the form of say
"Meisael" as found in the MS?
From: Litteral John
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 2:51 PM
To: 'b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org'
Subject: RE: [B-Greek] Starting web page Old Greek Daniel.
Thank you for pointing that out about the names, I will correct that. I
thought about reconstructions with brackets, I think that might, though
this was a spur of the moment idea of putting the translation beside the
From: Albert Pietersma [mailto:albert.pietersma at sympatico.ca]
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 2:28 PM
To: Litteral John
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Starting web page Old Greek Daniel.
I notice that in your translation of Pap. 967 you are erratic in your
representation of names. I note for example in vv.6-7 Hananiah, Azarias,
Azaria. Some forms will of course be inflected; this need to be put into
their nominative form.
The easiest for you would be to follow NETS, but barring that you need a
consistent way of dealing with names.
I also note that your translation does not mark reconstructions.
On Feb 20, 2008, at 1:30 PM, Litteral John wrote:
> After all the tedious questions that I have asked concerning the Old
> Greek version of Daniel, I have started to gain a little ground. I am
> starting to build up a web page on my site concerning what I have been
> doing. Here is a link to the page.
> I have just begun, so it will take me a while to get it all on the
> I have been working on an interlinear of the Old Greek, and I will
> complete it in the near future, but for the meantime I will continue
> to put a translation of codex 967 right along side of the scanned
> images of the MS itself.
> Thank you all for all your help that you give! Thank you Al for all
> your patience with my questions!
> John Litteral
> john.litteral at ashland.kyschools.us
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