Conybeare and Stock’s Grammar of Septuagint Greek is divided into two sections. The first presents a short grammar, focusing particularly on the features that distinguish the Greek of the Septuagint from both Classical Greek or New Testament Greek. The second section is a selection of readings complete with grammatical and lexical notes to help the reader gain fluency in reading the Septuagint through guided practice.
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- Preface by the authors
- Selections from the Septuagint
- Notes on the selected readings
- Title: Grammar of Septuagint Greek
- Authors: F. C. Conybeare and St. George Stock
- Publisher: Ginn & Co.
- Publication Date: 1905
- Pages: 308