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Author: Coulter H. George
ISBN: 0521847893
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 298 pages
Publisher Cambridge University Press; First Printing edition (November 28, 2005)
Language English
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by Coulter H. George


Coulter H. George, Trinity College, Cambridge. Luraghi, S. (1989) Cause and instrument expression in Classical Greek, Mnemosyne 42: 294–307.

Coulter H. (1994) Animate nouns in cause expression, in Cas et prépositions en grec ancien, ed. B. Jacquinod.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. is a meticulous study of the development of passive-with-agent constructions (PACs) in ancient Greek, covering the timespan from Preclassical Greek to the 12th century ce. He defines a passive verb as a detransitivized verb that retains the idea of agency whether or not it is expressed.

George, Coulter H. 2016. Verbal Aspect and the Greek Future: ἕξω and σχήσω. Mnemosyne, Vol. 69, Issue. George, C. H. (2005) Expressions of Agency in Ancient Greek. (2006) The spatial use of ἀνά and κατά with the accusative in Homer, Glotta 82: 70–95. (2010) Jewish and Christian Greek, in Bakker: 267–80. (2011) The temporal characteristics of the historical present in Thucydides, in Lallot et a. 223–40. Gildersleeve, B. L. (1903) Temporal sentences of limit in Greek, American Journal of Philology 24: 388–407.

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Автор: Coulter H. George Название: Expressions of Agency in Ancient Greek Издательство: Cambridge .

The book traces the development of these expressions from Homer through classical prose and drama, paying attention to the semantic, syntactic, and metrical conditions that favoured the use of one preposition over another.

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Ancient Greek expressed the agents of passive verbs by a variety of means, and this work explores the language's development of prepositions which marked the agents of passive verbs. After an initial look at the pragmatics of agent constructions, it turns to this central question: under what conditions is the agent expressed by a construction other than hupo with the genitive? The book traces the development of these expressions from Homer through classical prose and drama, paying attention to the semantic, syntactic, and metrical conditions that favoured the use of one preposition over another. It concludes with a study of the decline of hupo as an agent marker in the first millennium AD. Although the focus is on developments in Greek, translation of the examples should render it accessible to linguists studying changes in prepositional systems generally.