4020Habakkuk 2:4 ὑποστείληται
- Mar 22, 2014
ὑποστέλλω in the aorist subjunctive is always middle, never active.
Ken M. Penner, Ph.D.
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in Habakkuk 2:4 the reflexive verb, ὑποστείληται, is used. Could not an active verb have sufficed?
On Friday, January 31, 2014 7:58 PM, Jon Westcot <westcot@...> wrote:
I might be on that list of buyers.
I think having a morphologically tagged Peshitta text would be excellent. I for one am going to send a note to that effect to Logos, and I suggest any other Logos users on this list do as well. If they think they can sell a few copies, they will do it...
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On Jan 30, 2014, at 11:34 PM, biblicaltheology@... wrote:
You appear to be asking if the Logos Peshitta text is morphologically tagged. I checked their web site and found that it is not. They do include a limited apparatus and offer two Syriac scripts: Serto and Estrangela.
The Logos LXX is tagged, thus the cursor hovering data as noted below.
BibleWorks includes a non-tagged text as well.
Accordance includes a grammatically tagged text as contained in Peshitta manuscript 7a1 (Milan, Ambrosian Library).
I hope this helps.
From: andrew finckea@...
Does it work that simply for the Peshitta Old Testament? I was so excited to hear that Logos finally bought into the Leiden Peshitta Institute's Online Old Testament that I called Seattle and bought a trial version. When I coldn't get a Peshitta verse to appear - let alone allow me to work with it - I returned the software. Can you get a Peshitta Old Testament verse up on your screen and "simply position my cursor over (a word) and it brings up the Hebrew word?" If so, tell me how.
> I hate to mention this, but in Logos Bible software, I can simply
> position my cursor over any vocabulary item in the LXX, and it brings up
> the Hebrew word...