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A Course in Attic Greek, I By Patrick G. Lake, Frank J. Groten, Jr., James K. Finn
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This textbook features the best of traditional methods for learning ancient Greek, with an especially strong focus on composition work. But the text also includes innovative drills and stimulating... More > readings and sentences, designed in such a way that they offer a gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. The text presupposes the mastery of no other foreign language, including Latin, and thus fully explicates the most basic principles of tense, part of speech, etc. Particularly difficult aspects of the Greek language, like accentuation or the principles of euphonic change, are introduced gradually yet fully. The relative frequency of forms, vocabulary, and constructions in Greek informs the organization and order of the text. With the completion of the companion text, A Course in Attic Greek II, the student will be prepared to read any ancient author in the original, including works in koine.< Less
Charts for the Acquisition of Biblical Greek By Joshua Grauman
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A book of charts to help the beginning student learn or keep up on Greek. The heart of the book is 10 sheets of 60 verbs/nouns each of graded parsing sheets with explanations of how to parse each... More > verb. This allows the student to spend much time practicing parsing.< Less
Creative works in Greek By David Katsaros
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Written in Greek, David Katsaros's poetry work deals with spiritual ascent and matters like God, Christ, immortality, the christian spirit of immortality, and many other ideas. The poet researches... More > the subject of human spiritual ascent through christianity and the interpretation of history, at the beginning of the 21st century.< Less
The Golden Age of Greek Heroes By James Baldwin
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This book paves the way to an enjoyable reading of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey by presenting the legends about the causes of the Trojan War in a continuous narrative, ending where the story of the... More > Iliad begins. The youthful Odysseus is the hero as he journeys to visit his grandfather Autolycus, then Nestor and Menelaus, hearing the old stories as he goes. I have taken the various legends relating to the causes of the Trojan war, and, by assuming certain privileges never yet denied to story-tellers, have woven all into one continuous narrative, ending where Homer's story begins. The hero of the Odyssey—a character not always to be admired or commended—is my hero. And, in telling the story of his boyhood and youth, I have taken the opportunity to repeat, for your enjoyment, some of the most beautiful of the old Greek myths.< Less
A Course in Attic Greek, II By Patrick G. Lake
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This textbook, the sequel to A Course in Attic Greek I, offers a thorough introduction to the entire system of Greek grammar and syntax. Completion of the text will prepare the student to read any... More > ancient Greek author in the original, including works in koine. In addition to grammatical explanations, a running vocabulary, exercises, and sentences for both translation and composition, this text also includes longer reading passages from such authors as Herodotus, Xenophon, Anacreon, and Plato. The approach is traditional, but the readings and exercises in the text are designed in such a way that they will serve as a natural gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. With a complete appendix on Greek morphology and a Greek-English and English-Greek Vocabulary, the text can also serve as a useful reference grammar for beginning and advanced students alike.< Less
A Course in Attic Greek, II By Patrick G. Lake, James K. Finn, Frank J Groten, Jr.
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This textbook, the sequel to A Course in Attic Greek I, offers a thorough introduction to the entire system of Greek grammar and syntax. Completion of the text will prepare the student to read any... More > ancient Greek author in the original, including works in koine. In addition to grammatical explanations, a running vocabulary, exercises, and sentences for both translation and composition, this text also includes longer reading passages from such authors as Herodotus, Xenophon, Anacreon, and Plato. The approach is traditional, but the readings and exercises in the text are designed in such a way that they will serve as a natural gateway to discussions about Greek literature, history, and culture. With a complete appendix on Greek morphology and a Greek-English and English-Greek Vocabulary, the text can also serve as a useful reference grammar for beginning and advanced students alike.< Less
NEW TESTAMENT GREEK FOR BEGINNERS By chris bouter, MA
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The present book contains a course to learn the Greek of the New Testament. 42 lessons are given; every 7th lesson is a repetition. Thanks to modern computer programmes we can offer a unique method,... More > as it was possible to order a vast number of data, so as to present them in a useful fashion. An assimilating learning technique is used. That is to say, one is immersed immediately into the Greek of the N.T., also called Koine. At first one learns simple phrases. Later on these become complete sentences. In this way the student gets used to the Greek of the New Testament from the beginning and gradually is trained to advance. Most grammar and vocabulary has been worked into the sentences and learning those one gets acquainted with the Greek in a playful way. This ia a very useful and commendable book for the beginner of New Testament Greek. For enough grammar and words are learned to set one on his or her way towards reading the New Testament by oneself.< Less
NEW TESTAMENT GREEK FOR BEGINNERS By Chris Bouter, MA
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The present book contains a course to learn the Greek of the New Testament. 42 lessons are given; every 7th lesson is a repetition. Thanks to modern computer programmes we can offer a unique... More > method, as it was possible to order a vast number of data, so as to present them in a useful fashion. An assimilating learning technique is used. That is to say, one is immersed immediately into the Greek of the N.T., also called Koine. At first one learns simple phrases. Later on these become complete sentences. In this way the student gets used to the Greek of the New Testament from the beginning and gradually is trained to advance. Most grammar and vocabulary has been worked into the sentences and learning those one gets acquainted with the Greek in a playful way. This ia a very useful and commendable book for the beginner of New Testament Greek. For enough grammar and words are learned to set one on his or her way towards reading the New Testament by oneself.< Less
Greek Island Inheritance By Michael Hollands
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Michael Hollands last saw his father Reginald Ashton Hollands at the age of five, standing on a dockyard crane at the end of a pier in Durban, waving at the ship that would take the young Michael and... More > his brother Terry away to a new life in New Zealand. As an adult, he rediscovers Reg and begins a correspondence with him, hoping that they will reunite at last – only to have his hopes dashed when his father passes away from a sudden stroke. Years later, he embarks upon a journey to make one last reconnection – a trip to a remote Greek island known as Skiathos, to claim a small plot of land his father had left behind. A touching story of a lost father-son relationship and the attempt to restore a sense of belonging, this story was to have formed part of a complete autobiography that remained unfinished when Michael Hollands himself passed away suddenly in 2010. These chapters are published in his memory.< Less
Western Beginnings By Martin Morf
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European beginnings are traced north, south, and east of the Alps. North of the Alps, it is the origins of the Germanic peoples and the Celtic substrate of modern European populations that are of... More > interest. South of the Alps, the focus is on Roman and Greek beginnings and on European roots in the Middle East. East of the Alps, the reader will encounter hints of the countless migrations of peoples who followed the Danube into the heart of Europe all the way back to the first Europeans more than 40,000 years ago. What is offered ultimately are the impressions of a traveler keenly interested in the question of how not only Europeans, but how we—our kind, Homo sapiens—came about.< Less