VESTIBULUM GRÆCO-LATINUM / ΠΡΟΘΥΡΟΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΟΡΩΜΑΙΚΟΝ

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VESTIBULUM GRÆCO-LATINUM / ΠΡΟΘΥΡΟΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΟΡΩΜΑΙΚΟΝ

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In libello isto, o amici, inveniuntur textus Latinus operis a Joanne Comenio pro tironibus scripti Graecaque Christiani Damm interpretatio.

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I don't understand why you used it in dative : Ἰωάννῃ
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I used the dative of the agent. You could argue that I should have used ὑπό and genitive, but it's not too bad.

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I think you should have used simple genetive here coz here there is neither verb nor verbal adjective. Have you come across such verbless adj- less uses of dative if the agent in classical authors?
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It is a perfect participle though.

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Now ic thanx
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