Since Friday 7 April will be the day of the funeral of one of the most influential world leaders of recent times I wonder if we ought to have a go at saying a few words about him.
Elegiac couplets would be most appropriate, I think, but feel free to use any (Greek) form that is comforatable.
I'll endeavour to post something soon.
auctor wrote:[face=SPIonic]e)n kairwi h)lqej nun tiqesai meta Petrou[/face]
I think this would work better if you turned [face=spionic]h)=lqej[/face] into a participle, [face=spionic]e)lqw/n[/face]. Otherwise you have two finite verbs in the sentence and no connecting particle or conjunction.
Thanks Will, a very sensible suggestion.
In my defence I was thinking that [face=SPIonic]nun[/face] would shade from an adverbial to conjunctival meaning. Checking the LSJ, which I should've done first!, I see that it isn't recorded as doing so... ah well