A Grammar of the Greek papyri of the Roman and Byzantine by Francis T Gignac
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The unsatisfactory condition of the editions of papyrus texts made a systematic grammatical analysis of the vast amount of material very difficult. Instead, he elected to treat a number of textual and semantic questions in the papyri as preparation for a· future grammar. At the same time that Kapsomenakis was conducting his research, L. R. Palmer was also working on a grammar of the post-Ptolemaic papyri. But his study was interrupted by the war, and subsequent duties did not allow him to complete his projected grammar.
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