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Open Access Breaking down and putting back together: analysis and synthesis of New Testament Greek

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Breaking down and putting back together: analysis and synthesis of New Testament Greek

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In this paper we first briefly describe the design of a corpus containing the Koine Greek original text of the New Testament and its translations in to Gothic, Latin, Old Church Slavic and Armenian. We then discuss extensively the annotation that we have applied in each layer of annotation: morphology and syntax, information structure, animacy, and token alignment. For each type of annotation we provide some preliminary results and applications that draw on it, often in combination with other layers of annotation.


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