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Lexicon to New Testament Greek By Thomas Sheldon Green & Ruth Finnegan
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The indispensable guide for preachers, students and scholars in this attractive new edition
It's all Greek at Sea! By Debbie Ward
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After the year from hell, Sally and Mike decide that what they really need is a holiday, so they book themselves on a cruise around the Greek Islands on the luxurious Grecian Princess. Follow them... More > on a journey of discovery as the ship docks at Zakynthos, Crete and Santorini, to name but a few of the stunning Greek islands they see on their travels. Join them on their shore excursions and sample the delights of local cuisine at beachside tavernas then back on board for some fine dining and great entertainment. Lots of laugh out loud moments as new found friends get to know each other and find out that some fellow passengers are not quite what they seem! If you love Greece and/or cruising or just want to read about somewhere warm and sunny, with great food and wine and the chance to make amazing new friends, then this is the book for you.< Less
An English-Greek Lexicon By G. M. Edwards edited by Gregory Zorzos
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Analysis of the ancient Greek names
Medea (Adansonia Greek Plays) By Euripides
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This edition of the Greek classic play Medea by Euripides is translated by well-regarded scholar of classics Gilbert Murray, who offers the reader a vivid yet accurate interpretation of the... More > play. Medea is imperiled as her husband plans to leave her for another woman. Angry at having been abandoned for a Corinthian princess, Medea enacts vengeance befitting her status as a barbarian queen: she slays her former husband's new wife and their children, before absconding to Athens where she begins a new life. Ever since its publication over 2,400 years ago, Medea has been considered a shocking work of fiction, primarily for its violent and malevolent scenes. Despite these horrific events, it was Euripides portrayal of Medea as a sympathetic antihero frustrated by a world of male dominance which won over audiences. Owing to this nuanced depiction, Medea the play and Medea the character has become well-regarded by feminists. It remains the most popular and performed drama by Euripides in the modern day.< Less
Grammar of Septuagint Greek By Conybeare F.C.
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The Old Testament was written in Hebrew and the New Testament in Koine Greek. The Septuagint is the Greek translation of the Old Testament, but it uses a slightly different version of Greek than the... More > New Testament. This grammar book by Frederik Conybeare explains these differences so that a scholar of the Septuagint may understand the particulars of the translation. Reviewers hail this book as an excellent authority on the subject, but note that, as it was written in 1905, the text is a bit out of date. Helpful nevertheless, this grammar book is designed for students who have knowledge of both Koine and Classical Greek. It is not recommended as a primary text for learning Greek grammar, but carries out its own purpose well. With an explanation of nouns, verbs, and syntax, Grammar of Septuagint Greek is a unique and useful text. -Abby Zwart, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Hillbilly Greek Goddess By Shasta Wilson
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Shasta Wilson a dedicated, loving mother of four, and inspiring Owner of several businesses shares her most favored recipes from the Kentucky Mountains where she was born and raised to the enchanting... More > Islands of Greece. Shasta's Grandfather and Grandmother traveled from Macedonia Greece and tradition is still passed down today. Growing up in a bilingual home Shasta not only was taught the traditions of her Greek heritage but also the values and traditions from her southern Kentucky home.Shasta shares some of the different traditions and eating habits from both of her worlds. The secret tips of the Greek diet, also known as the Mediterranean diet and the Crete diet (Cretan diet), and how to maintain a Goddess like figure! Although Shasta could not put all the recipes in one book she included some of the most delicious, quick, healthy, and authentic recipes you will ever come across. You do not want to miss what is inside! 15% of each book is donated to the Appalachian Childrens Home of Kentucky.ShastaWilson.net< Less
Hillbilly Greek Goddess By Shasta Wilson
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Shasta Wilson a dedicated, loving mother of four, and inspiring Owner of several businesses shares her most favored recipes from the Kentucky Mountains where she was born and raised to the enchanting... More > Islands of Greece. Shasta's Grandfather and Grandmother traveled from Macedonia Greece and tradition is still passed down today. Growing up in a bilingual home Shasta not only was taught the traditions of her Greek heritage but also the values and traditions from her southern Kentucky home. Shasta shares some of the different traditions and eating habits from both of her worlds. The secret tips of the Greek diet, also known as the Mediterranean diet and the Crete diet (Cretan diet), and how to maintain a Goddess like figure! Although Shasta could not put all the recipes in one book she included some of the most delicious, quick, healthy, and authentic recipes you will ever come across. You do not want to miss what is inside!15% of each book sold is donated to the Appalachian Childrens Home of Ky.ShastaWilson.net< Less
Iliada [Greek, Modern (1453-)] By Homer Greene
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Homer (Ancient Greek: Ὅμηρος... More > [hómɛːros], Hómēros) is best known as the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. He was believed by the ancient Greeks to have been the first and greatest of the epic poets. Author of the first known literature of Europe, he is central to the Western canon.When he lived, as well as whether he lived at all, is unknown. Herodotus estimates that Homer lived no more than 400 years before his own time, which would place him at around 850 BCE or later. Pseudo-Herodotus estimates that he was born 622 years before Xerxes I placed a pontoon bridge over the Hellespont in 480 BCE, which would place him at 1102 BCE, 168 years after the fall of Troy in 1270 BCE. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homer< Less
Bhpgnt - A Greek New Testament By David Mott
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The Bunning Heuristic Prototype Greek New Testament. Based on Alan Bunning’s database of transcriptions for all manuscripts dated before 400 A.D. One aim of Alan's project at the Center for New... More > Testament Restoration is to use very accurate transciptions of all early New Testament manuscripts to enable a computer algorithm to generate a text without any theological or personal biases. This prototype was created before the algorithm was complete to enable people to have early access to the text. This is a readable version of Alan's BHP_data.txt file. The full algorithm should be ready soon.< Less
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

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