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Absol. is a Septuagintism in Biblical Greek. It occurs in Mt's own work : z10 rejoiced with joy. Also in Lk Jn Jas i Pet Rev. The Negative. The strong negative ou me is restricted to the teaching of Jesus. In denials it is usually taken over by Matthew from Mark (i628 242-sl«34-35 2629-3B), but occasionally it is peculiarly Matthaean, being added to the Markan material (i622 2i19) or taken from Q (526) or from Matthew's special material (518-20 15s). This double negative is a Septuagintal feature of Matthew, Mark, and John.
Absol. but fails to use it properly, making it once agree with the subject 20 18 29 (i18 M), and often using it in place of the ptc. in the dative : i g 8 i82* (M), 51 81-5 2123 (Mt's Q), g10 27" (Mt only). In textual transmission, atticizing scribes have often made the necessary correction. b. More probable instances. g. g. Mt 318 2480) and the replacing of vulgar and Semitic pros by a plain dative (816 g2 ly17 2223 2758). Doubtless Matthew has improved the vernacular of Mark by avoiding his hotan with indicative (Mk 3U n19-26) and his hopou an with indicative (Mk 65e) which also occur in Rev 14*.
I. ARAMAIC INFLUENCE Asyndeta. Although this prominent feature in Mark is relieved by Matthew on some thirty occasions, yet there are still 21 instances of asyndeta in Matthew's Markan sections where Mark has no asyndeton. Mt remedies Mk's asyndeta on the following occasions : Mk i 8 ( = Mt 311}, 2" ( = 9 5 ), 17 ( = 913), 21 (919), 335 (=I2 5 °), 539 ( = 924), 15 ( = l68), 29t > (=i6 16 ), io14 (=ig 14 ), 25 ( = I9 24 ), 27 ( = I926), 28 636 (=1418), 8 27 29 (=I9 ), (=I9 2 8 ), I217 ( = 2221), 20 ( = 22 25 ), a2 ( = 2227), ** ( = 22 a8 ), 24 ( = 22 29 ), 3» ( = 2243), 37 ( = 2245), I3 9 ( = 24 5 ), 7 ( = 24°), 8" ( = 247»), 8