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Classical Greek Ritual Theater By Jan F. Brouwer
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In this study a cross-over is made between two fields of inquiry. A theoretical model from anthropology, Communitas, will be applied to the phenomenon of classical Greek theater. The purpose of this... More > cross-over is to gain a better understanding of the functionality of theater in 5th century Athens. It is primarily the intention of this new reading of ancient comedy and tragedy to offer a contribution to a more correct interpretation of ancient literary texts. Thus this book will show itself useful in the field of traditional philology. Secondly the study wants to show itself useful in the field of anthropology, by giving examples from Antiquity underlining and clarifying the theories of Van Gennep and Turner. From an anthropological point of view it is interesting to see that Turner's findings not only clarify the functionality of non-theatrical rituals, but also the workings of theatrical rituals.< Less
Greek primer By Wallace N Stearns
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The indispensable guide for all learners, adult, primary or secondary
Greek Accidence By Richard Ashdowne
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A useful record book for students learning classical Greek, especially from the JACT Reading Greek course (CUP). This volume provides a neat set of bound blank charts into which students can write... More > the forms of Greek pronouns, nouns, adjectives and verbs, keeping a note as they go along of the vital forms they need to learn. Teachers may find the blank charts useful to photocopy onto transparency to project and complete on the blackboard, or to highlight sections to be completed for a test. A booklet containing completed charts is also available.< Less
Greek Accidence By Richard Ashdowne
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A useful record book for students learning classical Greek, especially from the JACT Reading Greek course (CUP). This volume provides a neat set of bound blank charts into which students can write... More > the forms of Greek pronouns, nouns, adjectives and verbs, keeping a note as they go along of the vital forms they need to learn. Teachers may find the blank charts useful to photocopy onto transparency to project and complete on the blackboard, or to highlight sections to be completed for a test. A booklet containing completed charts is also available.< Less
Classical Polytheism By Nemesis , Stars of Elysium
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Comprising an Introduction to Classical Polytheist practice and philosophy, with a celebratory cycle of ceremony in honor of the Greek and Roman Deities. Ideal for those who are new to the... More > veneration of the Deathless Ones.< Less
Sidgwick's Greek Composition with Key By A. Sidgwick
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To really learn classical Greek, a course in composition is a must. A. Sidgwick's classic text remains one of the best tools for learning to write in Greek.
Sidgwick's Greek Composition with Key By A. Sidgwick
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To really learn classical Greek, a course in composition is a must. A. Sidgwick's classic text remains one of the best tools for learning to write in Greek.
Tales in Easy Greek By C.M. Moss
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A delightful collection of tales, both modern and traditional myths, in easy classical Greek for the student who has mastered his first grammar.
Tales in Easy Greek By C.M. Moss
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A delightful collection of tales, both modern and traditional myths, in easy classical Greek for the student who has mastered his first grammar.
Stories from the Greek Tragedians By Alfred J. Church
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A masterful retelling in modern English of thirteen of the best-known classical Greek tragedies from the genre’s most famous authors, Euripides, Aeschylus, and Sophocles. From the inspiring... More > love story of Alcestis to the fiery vengeance of Medea, from the trials of Hercules to the death of Agamemnon, the vengeance of Electra to the Battle of Salamis, this book provides all the content and flavor of the original works in an accessible format for the contemporary reader. Greek tragedy is one of the oldest forms of theater in the world, and its stories are so timeless that many of its themes provided inspiration for Shakespeare. It reached its height in fifth century Athens, drawn upon myths from the oral traditions of archaic epics.< Less