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Greek Studies Bundle, ver. 2, XL (37 vols.)
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Our most comprehensive Greek bundle, this base package supplement includes Friberg’s Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament and Analytical Greek New Testament, along with Georg Curtius’ A Grammar of the Greek Language and The Greek Verb: Its Structure and Development.

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New to Version 2
A Treasury of New Testament Synonyms        
Pronunciation of Ancient Greek        
A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names        
A Preparatory Grammar for New Testament Greek        
Read Greek in 30 Days or Less: New Testament, Old Testament, Apocrypha, Philo, Church Fathers        
Greek Is Great Gain: A Method for Exegesis and Exposition        
Greek Is Good Grief: Laying the Foundation for Exegesis and Exposition        
Titles
Vocabulary of the Greek Testament        
Learn to Read New Testament Greek        
Encountering the Manuscripts: An Introduction to New Testament Paleography and Textual Criticism        
Intermediate New Testament Greek: A Linguistic and Exegetical Approach        
An Introduction to the Study of New Testament Greek        
User-Friendly Greek: A Common Sense Approach to the Greek New Testament        
Essentials of New Testament Greek, Revised        
Hellenika: A Beginning Greek Textbook        
Beginner’s Grammar of the Greek New Testament: Revised and Expanded        
A Textual Guide to the Greek New Testament        
Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the Greek New Testament        
Grammar of New Testament Greek        
A Treatise on the Grammar of New Testament Greek        
A Grammar of the New Testament Greek        
Sources of New Testament Greek        
The Old Testament in Greek According to the Septuagint        
The Septuagint in Context: Introduction to the Greek Version of the Bible        
UBS 4/Westcott-Hort with Swanson Morphological Analysis        
Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament        
Analytical Greek New Testament        
Principles of Greek Etymology, vol. 1        
Principles of Greek Etymology, vol. 2        
Spirit, Soul, and Flesh        
The Language of the New Testament        
The Writers of the New Testament: Their Style and Characteristics        
A Grammar of the Greek Language        
The Greek Verb: Its Structure and Development        
The Philology of the Greek Bible        
Essays in Biblical Greek        
Philology of the Gospels        

Key Features

  • Numerous examples pulled from the papyri and ostraca that show how ordinary people used Greek in ordinary contexts
  • Quotes from the papyri and commentary on how those quotations inform our understanding of the language
  • Insights into the Greek language and thoughts of the New Testament writers
  • Exploration of scribal participation in the production of the earliest New Testament writings
  • History of textual variation in the early centuries of the church
  • Various methods of recovering the original wording of the Greek New Testament

Principles of Greek Etymology, vol. 1

In this landmark reference book, Curtius clearly outlines and explains the basics of Greek linguistics. Curtius leads the reader through the various philosophies and specific linguistic properties of Greek etymology. He gives an account of the concerns of the academic community regarding New Testament Greek, and the transliteration of several alphabets such as Sanskrit and Cyrillic. He also provides a table comparing many languages, including Sanskrit, Italian, and Old Irish.

Georg Curtius (1820–1885) was born in Germany. As one of the premier German philologists and professors of the 19th century, Curtius’s work has remained as a standard authority on Greek linguistics in New Testament studies. He published several scholarly works during his lifetime, which have been translated and reprinted numerous times into other languages.

Principles of Greek Etymology, vol. 2

In the second volume of this reference work, Curtius continues with his discussion of the representation of sounds. He goes into great detail on the linguistic nature of several Greek sounds, such as sound changes and relation of sounds to each other. Curtius also provides an extensive list of indexes and a table of contents to guide research. This volume acts as a reliable guide to the linguistic properties and principles of Greek New Testament studies.

Georg Curtius (1820–1885) was born in Germany. As one of the premier German philologists and professors of the 19th century, Curtius’s work has remained as a standard authority on Greek linguistics in New Testament studies. He published several scholarly works during his lifetime, which have been translated and reprinted numerous times into other languages.

The Greek Verb: Its Structure and Development

This text gives a full introduction and discussion of the linguistic properties of Greek verbs. Containing over 600 pages, Curtius provides an introduction to the material and several indexes. A practical and authoritative text for both the Greek scholar and seminary student, this work remains as a reference guide as well as theory and criticism of the New Testament Greek studies.

Georg Curtius (1820–1885) was born in Germany. As one of the premier German philologists and professors of the 19th century, Curtius’s work has remained as a standard authority on Greek linguistics in New Testament studies. He published several scholarly works during his lifetime, which have been translated and reprinted numerous times into other languages.