By John D. Denniston, K. J. Dover
This revised variation contains extra examples from the unique writer along with K.J. Dover's personal fabric. In offering the 1st (1934) version, Denniston set himself to chop down the etymological dialogue which characterized his German predecessors within the box. He used to be involved to demonstrate how debris paintings and the way they nuance Greek language in the corpus of surviving paintings. His basic target was once "literary, no longer grammatical or etymological". With this in brain he looked exemplification because the key, mentioning even more than his predecessors within the trust that "the reader may be enabled to wash in examples". whilst Denniston died (1949) he left copious notes - extra examples, alterations of brain within the gentle of unpolluted fabric; those have been integrated by way of K.J. Dover within the moment version (1950) with new fabric of his personal and the addition of indexes.