Tracts on the Cases, Prepositions, and Syntax of the Greek Language.

(Greek Language.) TATE (James) and James Moor.

Tracts on the Cases, Prepositions, and Syntax of the Greek Language.

Description: title-page inscribed 'From the author' (i.e. James Tate), two corrections to the text in the same hand, pp. [iv], xvi, 18, [2], 8vo, disbound

Publication Details: Richmond [Yorkshire]: 1830

Notes: A presentation copy of a scarce pamphlet reprinting three papers on Greek prepositions and their use with the oblique cases of nouns, together with a prefatory letter, mostly by James Tate (1771-1843). The first paper, 'Origin of the Cases', is reprinted from the British Critic (April 1826) while the second is the text of a talk given by James Moor (1712-1779) at Glasgow in 1764 (Moor was professor of Greek there, and the talk was printed two years later by the Foulis Press), and the third is Tate's response to Moor, reprinted from the Classical Journal of June 1811. Tate was master of the gr...more

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Price: £350

Subject: Classics

Published Date: 1830

Stock Number: 53648

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