Data: Prepositions and Cases used with πρόσωπον

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.

 Preposition Case Apoc/Deut LXX NT
ἀπέναντι Genitive 1 0
ἀπό Genitive 34 9
εἰς Accusative 2 6
ἐκ Genitive 4 1
ἐν Dative 3 3
ἐπί Accusative 16 9
ἐπί Genitive 3 1
κατά Accusative 43 6
κατέναντι Genitive 1 0
μετά Genitive 0 1
πρό Genitive 9 6
πρός Accusative 0 1
ὡς Genitive 1 0
ὡς Nominative 0 1
117 44
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