Rick Brannan

Here’s a breakdown of the prepositions and cases used with πρόσωπον (“face”) in the deuterocanoncial and apocryphal portions of the LXX as well as the New Testament. Yes, ὡς is a little weird, I still need to examine that to determine if those instances are valid outliers or erroneous annotation.

 PrepositionCaseApoc/Deut LXXNT
ἀπέναντιGenitive1
ἀπόGenitive349
εἰςAccusative26
ἐκGenitive41
ἐνDative33
ἐπίAccusative169
ἐπίGenitive31
κατάAccusative436
κατέναντιGenitive1
μετάGenitive1
πρόGenitive96
πρόςAccusative1
ὡςGenitive1
ὡςNominative1
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