twn apo tou aiwnos En 14:1

Carl W. Conrad cwconrad at artsci.wustl.edu
Fri Jan 18 14:52:17 EST 2002


At 11:28 AM -0800 1/18/02, c stirling bartholomew wrote:
>1Enoch 14:1 Biblos logwn dikaiosunhs kai elegxews egrhgorwn twn apo tou
>aiwnos, kata thn entolhn tou agiou tou megalou en tauth th orasei.
>
>twn apo tou aiwnos looks like it might be limiting logwn rather than
>egrhgorwn here. If we take dikaiosunhs kai elegxews egrhgorwn as a single
>constituent limiting logwn then we can view twn apo tou aiwnos as a second
>constituent also limiting logwn.

Clay, I would think that EGRHGORWN must be a genitive pl. ptc. construing
with LOGWN and that TWN APO TOU AIWNOS must be attributive to LOGWN. No?
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