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Old 11-28-2003, 12:23 PM   #1569
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Re: Re: Re: Now you're talking....

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Originally posted by SlackerXL
What does "Koine Greek" stand for????
I'm now begining to question my knowledge of the greek language too.....
A fancy way of saying 1st century 'common' Greek.

From: http://en2.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koine_Greek
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Attic Greek was the language of Athens; most of the surviving classical Greek literature is in Attic Greek. Alexander the Great was instrumental in combining these dialects to form Koine Greek (from the Greek word for "common") (sometimes called New Testament Greek after its most famous work of literature).
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