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An Enquiry Respecting the Punctuation of Ancient Greek
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An Enquiry Respecting the Punctuation of Ancient Greek


Cradock & Co. 1841

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Is language without punctuation insufficient to convey proper ideas? Can we imagine that the Greeks were unacquainted with it, and did not avail themselves of their knowledge, by adopting some method of expressing it? Herman Heinfetter investigates these questions in this pamphlet on ancient Greek punctuation.

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Key Features

  • Examines the importance of punctuation in regard to the meaning of a text
  • Discusses how words alone are not sufficient enough to grasp meaning
  • Illustrates the effect a readers intent and desire can have on understanding
  • Provides an excellent guide for pastors and students

Product Details

  • Title: An Enquiry Respecting the Punctuation of Ancient Greek
  • Author: Herman Heinfetter
  • Publisher: Cradock & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1841
  • Pages: 21
  • Christian Group: Evangelical
  • Resource Type: Grammars
  • Topic: Greek

About Herman Heinfetter

Herman Heinfetter was the pseudonym used for Frederick Parker (1808–1888). Parker was a member of the Anglo-Biblical Institute and was the author of An English Version of the New Testament from the Text of the Vatican Manuscript, a literal rendering of the New Testament that was originally published serially.