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Appendix 3: Organization of target clusters by Structure and Verb Tense

Organization of target clusters by Structure and Verb Tense

Structural Type

>ἦν< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 16,990

>ἐστιν< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 49,871

>ἐσται< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 9,057

ST1

(NPANVE)

Plutarchus, Amatoriae narrationes 775.B.10

Flavius Arranius, Historia successorum Alexandri 1,15.2

2

Philo Judaeus Phil., De congressu eruditionis gratia 57.7

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 20.32.285.3

Origenes, Fragmenta ex commentariis in epistulam i ad Corinthios 27.41

3

0

ST2

(ANNPVE)

Aristoteles, Fragmenta varia 8.44.527.3

Julius Pollux, Onomasticon 2.95.6

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 6.46.240.4

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 20.27.240.4

4

Novum Testamentum John 8:39

<Cebes> (of Thebes), Cebetis tabula 3.3.1

Lucianus, De Syria dea 15.2

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 20.15.125.3

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 20.16.132.4 5

0

ST3

(NPVEAN)

Septuaginta Tobit 1:22 in Text Family BA

Septuaginta Tobit 1:22 in Text Family S

Plutarchus, Vitae decem oratorum 839.E.2

Manetho, Fragmenta 42.1

Aelius Aristides, ῾Ροδιακός 552.15

Pausanias, Graeciae descriptio 5.5.9.2

Aelius Herodianus et Pseudo, De prosodia catholica 3,1.196.10

Clemens Alexandrinus, Stromata 1.16.75.1.2

8

Septuaginta Esther 10:3c

Strabo, Geographica 13.1.39.8

Philo Judaeus Phil., De ebrietate 128.1

Novum Testamentum John 20:31

Novum Testamentum 1 John 2:22

Novum Testamentum 1 John 4:15

Novum Testamentum 1 John 5:1

Novum Testamentum 1 John 5:5

Plutarchus, De exilio 607.B.7

Lucianus Annaeus Cornutus, De natura deorum 4.11

Lucianus Annaeus Cornutus, De natura deorum 12.14

Lucianus Annaeus Cornutus, De natura deorum 45.4

Flavius Josephus, Antiquitates Judaicae 9.53.4

Tatianus, Oratio ad Graecos 17.1.3

Justinus Martyr, Dialogus cum Tryphone 113.1.6

Hegesippus, Fragmenta 209.9

Pseudo-Galenus, Definitiones medicae 19.430.11

Pseudo-Galenus, Definitiones medicae 19.430.13

Aelius Herodianus et Pseudo Herodianus, Περὶ ῥημάτων 3, 2.808.30

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 19.23.151.4

Origenes, Commentarii in evangelium Joannis 20.37.347.4

Origenes, Fragmenta in Lucam 18.4

Origenes, Fragmenta ex commentariis in epistulam i ad Corinthios 25.5

Origenes, Fragmenta in Psalmos 1-150 73.11.15

Origenes, Fragmenta in Psalmos 1-150 88.13.41

Heliodorus, Aethiopica 2.14.4.1

Hippolytus, Refutatio omnium haeresium 10.34.5.1

27

Septuaginta Genesis 17:15

Septuaginta Genesis 32:29

Septuaginta Genesis 35:10

Philo Judaeus Phil., Legum allegoriae 3.217.6

Philo Judaeus Phil., De ebrietate 82.6

Justinus Martyr, Dialogus cum Tryphone 58.7.4

Justinus Martyr, Dialogus cum Tryphone 58.8.12

Origenes, Fragmenta in evangelium Joannis 24.2

Origenes, Epistula ad Africanum 11.73.13

Origenes, Scholia in Lucam 17.324.1

10

ST4

(ANVENP)

Pausanias, Graeciae descriptio 5.3.6.8

Porphyrius, Vita Plotini 7.3

2

Aeschines Orat., In Timarchum 111.3

Philo Judaeus Phil., De congressu eruditionis gratia 61.2

Hermas, Pastor 23.4

(Leucius), Acta Joannis 46.21

Hippolytus, Contra haeresin Noeti 13.4.2

5

0

ST5

(VENPAN)

Septuaginta 1 Chronicles 23:11

Plutarchus, Antonius 9.7.1 2

0

0

Appendix 3—Continued

Structural Type

>ἦν< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 16,990

>ἐστιν< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 49,871

>ἐσται< * >< | >< | >τὸ<

Potential Target Cluster Matches = 9,057

ST6

(VEANNP)

Plutarchus, Sulla 3.4.8

Dio Chrysostomus, Orationes 43.9.3

Polyaenus, Strategemata 1.3.5.3

Claudius Aelianus, De natura animalium 12.37.1

4

Origenes, In Jeremiam 13.3.35

1

Septuaginta Genesis 17:5

Philo Judaeus Phil., De mutatione nominum 60.1

Origenes, Selecta in Genesim 12.116.12

3

Notes: The names of authors and titles are as they appear in Thesaurus Linguae Graecae #E (TLG #E).1 This includes their special characters to show doubt of authorship. In some instances parenthesis are used to express my own doubts regarding authorship. Text family B represents Codex Vaticanus, text family S represents Codex Sinaiticus, and text family A represents Codex Alexandrinus. Rows organize the data by the six structural types. Columns organize the data by the three search strings used in TLG #E. The 75,918 potential matches were filtered down to actual target clusters which function as SPN constructions using a four step process. The first step identified those samples which had an anarthrous proper noun near the copula. The second step involved identifying a corresponding articular noun in the nominative case. When spatial prepositions (e.g., ἐν and ἐπί) and adverbs (e.g., ο)θεν, ἐντεῦθεν, and ἔνθα) begin a sentence or clause, they often complete the copula and the two substantives in the target cluster function in apposition to one another rather than predicate one upon the other. Consequently, the third step categorically dismissed these. Finally, the remaining sentences or clauses which utilize the target cluster were examined within context and confirmed to be SPN constructions.


1 Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Ver. #E (Los Angles: University of California, 1999).

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