[B-Greek] the word hellenistic.
Zhang Jia Jun
nuovocp2 at singnet.com.sg
Wed Jul 30 12:56:04 EDT 2003
Just a question about the Hellenistic Greek issue,
How can one detect the vital differences between Greek in these three
phases, that is, Classical, Hellenic and Byzantine? I am still learning
Koine Greek, and am interested to know the differences such as additional
tense forms or inflections that occur in the transitions between these
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin W. Woodruff" <cierpke at prodigy.net>
To: <4pbears at earthlink.net>; <b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 12:23 AM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] the word hellenistic.
> Hellenistic is an adjective derived frm the Greek word
> Hellas which is the Greek word for "Greece." In
> biblical studies it may refer to the Jews that were
> outside of Palestine in the Diaspora, often it refers
> to the phase of the Greek language that occured
> between the Classical and Byzantine phases, which is
> sometimes called "Koine."
> --- dave pursey <4pbears at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > Hi.
> > i have a question (probably a dumb one) i'd
> > like to see if i can get answered. The question is
> > this what does hellenistic mean; and here's the
> > dumb part, because it sounds a lot like the word
> > hell, i know that here's no connection with hell
> > concerning this word but i'd still like to know what
> > it means.
> > Thanks.
> > Dave
> > Pursey.
> > dave pursey
> > 4pbears at earthlink.net
> > Why Wait? Move to EarthLink.
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