By James Hope Moulton
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Th e papyr i exhibi t i n thei r writers a variety of literar y educatio n eve n wide r tha n tha t observable i n th e NT , and w e can matc h eac h sacre d autho r with document s tha t in respec t o f Gree k stan d o n abou t th e same plane. Th e conclusion i s that " Biblical" Greek, excep t where it i s translatio n Greek , wa s simpl y th e vernacula r of daily life. * Me n who aspire d t o literar y fam e wrot e i n a n 1 See p. xxi. above . > See Expositor for April 1901 , Feb . an d Dee.
I t i s strange ho w little attention was aroused by the great collections of papyri a t Pari s and London, until the recent flood of discovery set in. 1 These word s wer e writte n befor e I had rea d D r T . K . Abbott' s able, bu t not alway s conclusive, article i n hi s volum e of Essays. O n p. 16 4 he gives an incident fro m bilingual Ireland exactly parallel with that imagined above. Prof . T. H . William s tell s m e he ha s ofte n hear d Wels h teacher s illustratin g th e narrative o f A c 21« 22* in the sam e way : c f als o A .
H e doe s not , I think , prov e an y rea l actio n o f Lati n o n Greek early enough to affec t th e NT , excep t fo r som e mer e trifles . Brugman n (Diat. p . 9), discussing th e idio m 5i! o Sfo (se e below, p. 97) , speaks of the theor y of Semitism and Thumb's denia l of it, an d proceeds: "Th e trut h lie s betwee n th e two , u it doe s i n man y similar cases— I a m thinkin g amon g other s o f Graecism s i n Latin, an d o f Latinism s an d Gallicism s i n German . " I welcome such a confirmation o f my thesis from th e acknowledge d maste r of our craft .
A Grammar of New Testament Greek, Volume I: Prolegomena by James Hope Moulton