By James Hope Moulton
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Semiti c thought , whos e nativ e literar y dres s wa s necessarily foreig n t o th e Helleni c genius , wa s boun d t o fall sometime s int o un-Helleni c languag e a s wel l a s style . Moreover, if Deissman n ha s brough t u s a long way, we must not forge t th e complementar y researche s o f Dalman , which have opene d up a ne w worl d o f possibilitie s i n th e scientifi c reconstruction o f Aramai c originals , an d hav e warned u s o f the importanc e o f distinguishin g ver y carefull y betwee n Semitisms fro m tw o widel y differen t sources .
Upo n th e indigenou s population , represente d best (it woul d seem ) b y th e Athenian s of history, swept firs t from Norther n Europe 1 th e horde s of Homer' s Achaeans , an d then, i n post-Homeri c days , th e Doria n invaders . Dialecti c conditions wer e as inevitabl y comple x as the y becam e in ou r own countr y a thousan d year s ago , whe n successiv e wave s of Germani c invaders , o f differen t tribe s an d dialects , ha d settled i n th e severa l part s o f an islan d i n whic h a Kelti c population stil l maintaine d itsel f t o greate r o r les s extent .
I t i s strange ho w little attention was aroused by the great collections of papyri a t Pari s and London, until the recent flood of discovery set in. 1 These word s wer e writte n befor e I had rea d D r T . K . Abbott' s able, bu t not alway s conclusive, article i n hi s volum e of Essays. O n p. 16 4 he gives an incident fro m bilingual Ireland exactly parallel with that imagined above. Prof . T. H . William s tell s m e he ha s ofte n hear d Wels h teacher s illustratin g th e narrative o f A c 21« 22* in the sam e way : c f als o A .
A Grammar of New Testament Greek, Volume I: Prolegomena by James Hope Moulton