I do not know whether this resource has ever been mentioned in B-greek. It could be useful for some people who listen in on this list.
Complete Handbook of Greek Verbs. By N. Marione and F. Guala. Cambridrge, MA:Schoenhof's Foreigrn Books, Inc.; Milano: Casa Editrice Principato, 1961. ISBN 0-87774-001-1. 352 pp, octavo. Paper. [I did not check to see if it is still in print.]
This presents the parsing of over 13,000 Greek verb forms (tense, mood, voice, person, number) and gives the word under which it is defined in a lexicon. It would be very useful for people reading non- NT texts, whether classical, Hellenistic, or Roman period in time of origin. It begins with about 14 pages of tables of verb forms. While it was prepared by Italian scholars, instructions in this edition, printed in Canada in 1988, are in English.
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Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago