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An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek By Henry Barclay Swete
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A reprint of the Cambridge 1914 edition of the Introduction to the Septuagint (LXX) by Swete.
An Introduction to the Old Testament in Greek By Henry Barclay Swete
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A reprint of the Cambridge 1914 edition of the Introduction to the Septuagint (LXX) by Swete.
An Introduction to Greek Mythology By Robert Fontenot
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A look at some of the best known and least understood Greek myths, all faithfully rendered in bread dough and baked to perfection. Each illustration is carefully explained in the "notes"... More > section at the rear of the publication. Truly the perfect gift for anyone who loves Greece, violence, bread, or bestiality.< Less
Introduction to Greek Tense Form Choice By S.M. Baugh
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Greek Verb Tense
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 to provide 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 literature 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 Greek.< Less
Gleason's Greek Primer By C.W. Gleason
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A classic introduction to the classical Greek language for the beginner. This edition was produced especially for Wittenberg Academy's Greek I course. For more information, and video lessons keyed to... More > this text, see www.wittenbergacademy.org< Less
Gleason's Greek Primer By C.W. Gleason
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A proven, straight-forward introduction to the classical Greek language for the beginner. This edition was produced especially for Wittenberg Academy's Greek I course. For more information, and video... More > lessons keyed to this text, see www.wittenbergacademy.org< Less
Greek Sculpture (Illustrated) By Estelle M. Hurll
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Greek Sculpture , A Collection of Sixteen Pictures of Greek Marbles, with Introduction and Interpretation. “Within the limits of this small collection of pictures an attempt is made to bring... More > together as great a variety of subjects as possible. Portraiture is illustrated in the statue of Sophocles and the bust of Pericles, genre studies in the Apoxyomenos and Discobolus, bas-relief work in the panel from the Parthenon frieze and the Orpheus and Eurydice, and ideal heads and statues in the representations of the divinities. Both the Greek treatment of the nude and the Greek management of drapery have due attention.”< 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