By Bentley Layton
This paintings through Bentley Layton is a newly revised, 3rd version of the traditional reference grammar of Coptic within the classical Sahidic dialect. in comparison to the former variation, A Coptic Grammar accommodates new additions and corrections, and keeps an entire index locorum of examples pointed out within the grammar. Citations are the spine of any reference grammar, and this index provides readers quick entry to a grammatical dialogue of approximately 3 thousand citations of classical Coptic. specially noteworthy is the broad use of citations from the distinguished Coptic stylist Shenoute of Atripe.
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A Coptic Grammar with Chrestomathy and Glossary: Sahidic Dialect by Bentley Layton