By Hans-Josef Klauck

ISBN-10: 1932792406

ISBN-13: 9781932792409

This e-book is absolutely readable. it truly is very good in case you need to know extra concerning the conditions throughout the time of the recent testomony. It delivers additionally a few first-class recommendations approximately every little thing approximately letters - particularly very attention-grabbing!

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So if you won’t take me along, these things [will] happen. ” You did a fine thing. You sent me fine presents: locust beans! They deceived us there on the twelfth day, when you sailed. Finally, send for me, please, please. If you don’t send [for me], I won’t eat and I won’t drink. So there. Farewell, I pray you. [dated] the 18th of Tybi [January] Address: Deliver to Theon from Theonas his son. C. The Two Letters of the “Elder” Bibliography 11: D. E. Aune, Dictionary (Bib. v. “Captatio benevolentiae,” 89.

It is caused partly by the confusion of -ou for -w(i) in the speech of some writers and partly by a syntactic confusion of the gen. and dat. cases” (Grammar of the Greek Papyri of the Roman and Byzantine Periods, vol. 2: Morphology [Milan 1981] 22). 2 For the opposite view, preferring librarius over libellarius, see Deissmann, Light, 182 n. 26. The linguistic data can be argued either way. 275 (II CE) (cited by both Barber and Glare), leaving liblavrio~ to be traced to a different Latin term. This seems to be the opinion of the revised LSJ supplement, for the equation or cross-reference of libravrio~ with “cf.

The American English term “pink slip” is of more recent origin, from about 1915. 6 Cf. also the text collection by W. Helbich, W. D. Kamphoefner, and U. , Briefe aus Amerika: Deutsche Auswanderer schreiben aus der Neuen Welt 1830–1930 (Munich 1988). Introduction 5 The bulk of the emigrants were tradesmen, small farmers, day laborers, land and industry workers—people who just a few years earlier had still been in school and whose previous contacts with literature were mainly in the form of the Bible, the catechism, the local paper, and the illustrated family calendar with proverbs and sayings.

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