By Hans-Josef Klauck
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Oxy. ” The assurance of prayers in the second part of this sentence, frequently found in letters, is commonly designated by the Greek word proskuvnhma as a “proskynema formula” (cf. Geraci). 2. Letter Body The body of a letter is normally the longest of all its parts and can occasionally extend to several pages (even filling a whole book-roll in the case of Paul’s letters). This requires an internal structure that identifies the body’s opening and closing and further typical letter formulas in between.
A. v. libravrio~ has since been removed in the GreekEnglish Lexicon: Revised Supplement by P. G. W. v. libravrio~. Oxy. I 43 R v. 19 (295 CE) (Gignac, Grammar 2:27). 1 The Text of the Two Letters of Apion 15 2. The Second Letter of Apion (BGU II 632) 5 10 15 20 28 ΔAn[twvni]o~ Mavximo~ Sabivnh/ th`/ ajdelfh`/ plei`sta caivrein. Pro; me;n pavntwn eu[comaiv se uJgiaivnein, kai; Δgw ga;r aujto;~ uJgiaivn[w]. Mnivan soi poiouvmeno~ para; toi`~ [ejn]qavde qeoi`~ ejkomisavmhn [e}]n ejpi[s]tovlion para; ΔAntwne[iv]nou tou` sunpol[e]ivtou hJmw`n.
5). Unquestionably important for the New Testament is everything we can discern about letters in early Jewish writings (chap. 6). Our overall goal is to arrive at a better understanding of New Testament letter production, to which we devote chapters 7 and 8. Exercises 1. What conclusion would you draw from the application of the English word “brief ” to certain documents, as in the expressions “legal brief” or “a brief of the proceedings,” combined with the fact that the normal German word for a letter (not just a legal letter) is Brief, although it should also be noted that German uses a different word for “brief” or “short” (kurz)?
Ancient Letters and the New Testament: A Guide to Context and Exegesis by Hans-Josef Klauck
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