A Papyrus Codex of the Shepherd of Hermas (Similitudes 2-9), with a Fragment of the Mandates

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INDEX
This list comprises peculiar grammatical forms and constructions discussed in the notes, and some words introduced into the text of Hermas by the papyri here edited. The references are to the pages and lines of the papyrus codex, except two that are preceded by "Fr." These refer to the lines of the fragment of the Mandates.
ἀναπαη + ̑ναι, 62, 18
ἔνευ, 14, 7
ἀνητληκώς, 14, 5
ἁπάσῃ, 31, 13
ἀπέθοντο, 43, 18
ἁπλουσιότητι, false form, Fr. 3
ἀποδημήσων, 6, 15
ἀπορούμενα (?), 11, 18
αὐτός as demonstrative, 39, 26, 30; 50, 29
ἀϕάνεροι (?), 3, 12
ἄϕες with second person subjunctive, 33, 28
ἀϕιόντες, 46, 29
ἀϕότε, 47, 3
δηλαυγέστερον, 26, 18
διδω + ̑ν, 39, 27
δυναμώσας, 31, 19
δυναμώσω, 18, 14
δύνῃ (δύνασαι), 59, 24
δωσιν, doubtful form, Fr. 4
ἐδίδει for ἐδιδου, 22, 15
ἐλαϕρώτερον, 32, 13
ἔνδοξος, Latin renderings, 11, 29
ἑοράκειν, 33, 20
ἐπνδίδοσαν, 44, 8; cf. 34, 14
ἐπιλανθάνονται with accusative, 20, 6
ἐστάνοντο, 34, 22, 26; 35, passim
ἕτοιμος with dative infinitive, 41, 25
ζω + ̑, future active, 19, 3. Future middle, 6, 3; 17, 18; 37, 32; 38, 5; 54, 22, 30
ζώοντος, peculiar form, 20, 7
ἠκουκώς, 11, 10
ἡμίσους ξηρούς = ἡμιξήρους, 42, 25
ἠ + ̑ν (subjunctive), 11, 12; 13, 10
θερεία, 2, 22, 29
καήσονται, 3, 15, 17
-καν in third person plural of perfect, 31, 5; 40, 18
κατά with accusative, peculiar use, 47, 15, 17
κατοικία, 51, 18
κόπτειν (take from), 19, 1
κύριος θεός, 32, 19
μεμαραμμέναι, 57, 1
ὅτι, as direct interrogative, 45, 11
παθου + ̑νται, 53, 18
πάντως (perhaps), 17, 11; cf. 31, 17
περί for ὑπέρ, 9, 25; rare in local sense, 60, 15
πολυσπλαγχνία, 45, 7
πολύσπλαγχνοα, 11, 24
πρίν, construction, 17, 2
πρόβασι (for προβάτοις), 19, 25
συνιών, συνιόντες, 1, 10, 12
συνοC8ίσας, 9, 15
ϕανεροποιηθήσονται, 28
χροίας, 61, 9
ὠρθινός = ὀρθρινός, 4, 24
Future indicative with ἐάν, 38, 5; with ὃς ἄν, 33, 2
Subjunctive as future, 47, 5
Syllabic augment omitted (ἀποτελέσθη), 62, 11
Temporal augment omitted (ἐνέχθησαν), 36, 15

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 1
  • List of Works Cited in the Notes 32
  • The Shepherd of Hermas 37
  • Supplementary Notes and Corrigenda 125
  • A Fragment of the Mandates 127
  • Index 137
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