I think that more correct will be:amans wrote:
Almost correct, Kip: it's The Roman Senate and People:
Senatus Populusque Romanus
The Senate and the Roman people.
Sorry I missed the verb it is [size=150]σῶσειEmma_85 wrote:What's verb?
Bert I think this is a good point. Thanks.Bert wrote:I assume it is because the sins are sins of individuals (pl) and not of the people as a whole (sg).
<br /><br />May be that is because the stem of [size=150]χάρις is [size=150]χαριτ-<br />Bert de Haan wrote:<br /> The example Mounce gives is [size=150]χάρις The accusative sg. is listed as [size=150]χάριτα. In a footnote he states: " In a few cases this word (and others like it) can have an accusative singular in nu ([size=150]χάριν )".