Mike Aubrey is working on a series of posts detailing the history of Greek grammars. The long outline already has five posts in addition to an ever-expanding bibliography. As someone who took a lot of Greek courses, I have not learned much about the ancient and subsequent views on Greek grammar. I am enjoying the posts so far.
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