In Pharr, the paradigm for nouns of the first declension ending in Î±, such as Î¸Î¬Î»Î»Î±ÏƒÏƒÎ±, are shown without giving the singular vocative.
This makes memorizing the declension difficult, since it does not contain the same number of elements as for the other paradigms,
which contain all the NGDAV cases.
So, is the missing vocative really absent in Homer, or is there another reason ?
The reading group Iliad 2 has almost comleted book 2 of the Iliad and some of us are continuing with book 3.
If any one is interested in joining us, this is the time to do it.
We can start in early November.
(I don't know what constitutes a "goup" but right now there are only two of us. If no one joins us we may have to change the name from reading group to ...