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Descriptions of the Greek Individual Verbal Systems

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Descriptions of the Greek Individual Verbal Systems

Postby PeterD » Fri Oct 22, 2004 10:34 pm

Hi,

I just purchased on ebay Henri van de Laar's Description of the Greek Individual Verbal Systems; publication year 2000; brand new hardcover. The price was reasonable for $39 (there are only two copies in stock on amazon and it retails for $81; none at abebooks). It's a linguistic text. According to the description, "the author attemtps to assemble the first description of the possible inflexions found for each verb that Greek inherited from PI-European up to the 5th century and in some cases later."

Is anyone familiar with the text and/or author?

~PeterD
Fanatical ranting is not just fine because it's eloquent. What if I ranted for the extermination of a people in an eloquent manner, would that make it fine? Rather, ranting, be it fanatical or otherwise, is fine if what is said is true and just. ---PeterD, in reply to IreneY and Annis
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