Yes.Stephen Carlson wrote:Thanks for mentioning this article, but my impression what that she was discussing second position nominative pronounsMAubrey wrote:Helma Dik, "On Unemphatic 'Emphatic' Pronouns in Greek: Nominative pronouns in Plato and Sophocles", Mnemosyne 2003.
She's writing about nominative pronouns that appear in the post verbal position (like our Rev 22:18 instance).
That's what I meant. Sorry. my memory of the article was clouded by an actual conversation I had with Helma about this phenomena where we were particularly about the coincidence of second position with the post-verbal position. I should have been more specific.