By H. St. J Thackeray
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The marshes of the Delta, less favourable than the sands of Upper Egypt, have not preserved for us the every-day writings of inhabitants of Alexandria, the chief centre of the Jewish colony and the birthplace of the oldest Greek version of the Scriptures. Yet we need have little hesitation in assuming that the conditions which applied to the Egyptians and Arabs, who wrote good KOLV~ Greek with little or no admixture of elements derived from their native speech, held good of the Jews as well. The" peculiar people" were not exempt from the influences at work elsewhere.
3a distinguishes the later from the earlier portions of the Kingdom books. A few perfects are used as aorists; d/\T}¢a Dan. e iv. 30 b, f(JXTJKa 3 Mace. v. C. attest the aoristic use of both words. The periphrastic conjugation is widely extended, but only the strong vernacular of Tobit employs such a future as E(J0ttaL I5La()vm (v. 15 B text). The optative almost disappears from dependent clauses (its frequency in 4 Mace. ». The infinitive (under the influence of the Heb. , is a prominent feature: a tendency is observable in some portions to reserve the anarthrous info of purpose to verbs of motion (coming, going, sending).
It appears that the more disastrous portions in the narrative of the Monarchy were left on one side when the earlier translators of the tl~jit::J~1 tl~~~Jj did their work. The books of Jeremiah and Ezekiel are divided as follows: J er. :i. i. 64 (li. 64 M. ), Jer. (3 -XX1X. I-h. 35 (xlv. 5 M. ), J er. '}' = lii. EZ. a =i. I-xxvii. 36 and xl. I-xlviii. end, Ez. (3 =xxviii. I-xxxix. 29 excluding Ez. (3(3 =xxxvi. 24-38. 1 1 The two styles in Jeremiah a and (3 are quite unmistakable, though, owing to a certain mixture of the two on either side of the juncture (in which the hand of a reviser may perhaps be traced), the exact point where the second hand begins cannot be certainly fixed to a verse: perhaps it should be placed a little lower down in chap.
A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek: According to the Septuagint: Introduction, Orthography, and Accidence by H. St. J Thackeray