The structure of the noun phrase in Ancient Greek is extremely flexible: the various constituents may occur in almost every possible order and each constituent may or may not be preceded by an article. However, the use and function of the various options have received very little attention. This book tries to fill that gap. A functional analysis of the structure of the NP in Herodotus illucidateswhich arguments lead a native speaker in his choice to select one of the various possible NP patterns. The results do not only increase our knowledge of the NP, but also lead to a better interpretation of Ancient Greek texts.
The Noun Phrase in Ancient Greek
Paula J. Rose
This study demonstrates that Augustine’s De cura pro mortuis gerenda forms a well-composed unity of narrative and argument. It combines an analysis of the argumentative structure with a philological commentary, situating the text in its cultural-historical context.
Dieses Buch bietet eine eingehende Analyse des wenig untersuchten Gebietes der lateinischen Modalpartikeln oder ‘Commitment Markers’ mit Hilfe moderner linguistischer Theorien und Analysen vergleichbarer Partikeln in modernen Sprachen. Es konzentriert sich auf die Partikeln nempe, quippe, ...
Edited by Jean Lallot, Albert Rijksbaron, Bernard Jacquinod and Michel Buijs
In the nine chapters of this book the function of the Historical Present in Thucydides is investigated. By its rich and detailed analyses this collective volume provides important new insights into Thucydides’ narrative technique.
Edited by B. Richard Page and Aaron D. Rubin
This collection of fourteen articles in honor of Philip Baldi focuses on various topics pertaining to the linguistic history of Latin, Greek, and Indo-European. Also included in the volume is a bibliography of Philip Baldi's scholarly work.
Edited by S.J. Bakker and G.C. Wakker
Central in this volume of the 6th International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics is the question how cohesion is created in Ancient Greek texts. It discusses the use and function of cohesion devices like pronomina, particles, tense and complements.
Edited with Introduction and Commentary by Albert Rijksbaron
This book presents a revised text of Plato's Ion, with full apparatus criticus, and an extensive commentary, with a linguistic orientation. Linguistic considerations are also the leading principle in the choice of one MS reading rather than another. Special attention is paid to questions of ...
Edited by Rutger Allan and Michel Buijs
Following an interdisciplinary and text-oriented approach, the contributions to this volume discuss various linguistic and literary apects of Greek and Latin prose and poetry and therewith aim at bridging the gap between linguistic and literary study of classical texts.
Edited by M. Bolkestein, C.H.M. Kroon, H. Pinkster, H.W. Remmelink and R. Risselada
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