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  1. A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World)
  2. Language and the Ancient Greeks and On the Decipherment of Linear B (A Pair of Essays) by Richard E. McDorman, 2010-05-15
  3. An Essay On The Ancient And Modern Greek Languages (1844) by Christophoros Plato Castanis, 2010-09-10
  4. Dialect in Aristophanes: The Politics of Language in Ancient Greek Literature (Oxford Classical Monographs) by Stephen Colvin, 1999-07-29
  5. A Grammatical Parallel Of The Ancient And Modern Greek Languages (1824) by Jules David, 2009-01-19
  6. Glossary of Ancient Greek Macedonian Language: Multiply Choices Quizzes (Volume 2) by Gregory Zorzos, 2010-04-09
  7. Glossary of Ancient Greek Macedonian Language: Multiply Choices Quizzes (Volume 3) by Gregory Zorzos, 2010-04-09
  8. Ancient Greek Language: Rough Breathing, Ancient Greek, Ancient Greek Grammar, Ancient Greek Phonology, Ancient Greek Verbs
  9. Illyrians: Balkans, Classical antiquity, Illyria, Hellenistic civilization, Drava, Vjosë, Illyrian languages, Indo-European languages, Ancient Greek, Exonym and endonym, Vlachs
  10. Ancient Greek Phonology: Ancient Greek Phonology. Phonology, Koine Greek phonology, Modern Greek phonology, Greek language, Ancient Greek dialects, Pronunciation of Ancient Greek in teaching
  11. Greeks: Proto- Greek language, List of Ancient Greek tribes, Mycenaean Greece, Classical Greece, Hellenistic Greece, Byzantine Greeks, Ottoman Greeks, Demographics of Greece
  12. Ancient Greek (Foundations of Language) by Charles H. Kahn, 1972-12-01
  13. Scholars of Greek Language: Scholars of Ancient Greek, Scholars of Koine Greek, Scholars of Medieval Greek, Scholars of Mycenaean Greek
  14. The Cambridge Ancient History (Fascicle): 15: The Prehistory of the Greek Language (Cambridge Ancient Historical Fascicles 15.) by John Chadwick, 1963-01-02

1. Greek Grammar
Critical survey of web sites about the language and grammar of ancient greek.Category Science Social Sciences Classical greek Grammars...... Fortunately, nowadays the Web is offering some relief, as you can see on this webpage here I give a listing of web sites on ancient greek language and grammar
K.U.Leuven, Department of Classical Studies MARC HUYS K.U.Leuven, Department of Classical Studies GREEK GRAMMAR ON THE WEB THE ELECTRONIC GATEWAY TO THE STUDY OF ANCIENT GREEK !! 100.000 VISITORS !!
from 2000/01/01 until 2002/10/13
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Why a Website on Ancient Greek Grammar?
What's New?
Why Study Ancient Greek?

Some Materials for the Promotion of the Study of Ancient Greek
R e v i e w s , R i n g s and M e m b e r s h i p s

Why do you want to learn ancient Greek?
Are internet resources really useful for learning or teaching ancient Greek?
Is this website meeting your expectations and how can it be improved?
We are looking forward to your opinions, questions and suggestions: write and read them in our guestbook livre d'or libro d'oro libro de oro ... gastenboek
Ancient Greek is a fascinating language both because of its intrinsic beauty and kaleidoscopic variety of expression and because of its vast literature: even when we exclude the Byzantine period it spans thirteen centuries from Homer (8th century BC) to Nonnos of Panopolis (6th century AD), embracing both the origins of Western philosophy and science and the birth of Christianity. Understanding ancient Greek means being able to delve into the roots of Western civilization and to apply Greek critical thinking to our present day culture.

2. Greek Language And Linguistics Gateway
Check out the Englishgreek and greek-English dictionaries, which provide a Roman transliteration service for computers without greek fonts.
If you see advertisements displayed with this page, you can click here to remove them. The page will load faster, and there will be more room for what you really came to see. Note: The Greek Language and Linguistics Gateway does not support any of the ads you will see if you choose this link. The link is provided only to give you access to the statistical information that ICDirect provides regarding this site and many of others.

3. Ancient Greek Language
A brief discussion on the different periods and dialects of the language.
Ancient Greek Language
The Greek language is unique. The Greek language has an attested continuity rare in the linguistic history of mankind. The primitive language of the Mycenaeans (the heroes described several centuries later in the Homeric poems) is now known, though imperfectly, from the "Linear B" tablets found at Knossos and on the Greek mainland and deciphered in 1952. Though their date is controversial, they are at least as old as the l3th century B.C. Classical Greek, which flourished between 750 and 350 B.C., shows a rich and varied expressiveness, accomodating the simplicity and grandeur of Homer, the dense syntax and bold metaphors of Aeschylus, the complex antitheses of Euripides and Thucydides, and the exuberant lexical inventiveness of Aristophanes. From about 350 B.C. to 330 A.D., Attic Greek was the basis of a common language (Koine) used throughout Greece and conquered territories. In Byzantine Greek (330-1453 A.D.) the pronunciation, syntax, and morphology of the ancient language were simplified and the vocabulary much changed, and these alterations continued into modern Greek. Yet, for all these changes, the basic structure of Greek has remained remarkably conservative. By about 1600 B.C., the opening of the Late Helladic or Mycenaean age, the population of Greece was dominantly Greek (Hellenic).

4. Greek And Latin Language Resources
A Directory of online resources for studying ancient greek. to the Study of ancient greek. " contains ten sections of the language The Reading of ancient greek Texts - Other introduction to the ancient greek language, through a series
Greek and Latin Language Resources
Note: Unfortunately, my email volume is much too high to permit me to answer requests to translate texts to or from Latin and ancient Greek. Please don't ask! I suggest you consult a Latin teacher at a nearby highschool.
Ancient Greek

5. FCFLRC:Ancient Greek Language Resources
Directory lists classics departments and webbased resources for students of ancient greek such as dictionaries. ancient greek language Resources. Five the Intermediate Liddell-Scott greek Lexicon and the Liddell-Scott-Jones greek Guide for Reading ancient greek Boston Latin School, 1994
Ancient Greek Language Resources
Five College Resources
Major Web Resources for Classics
  • From the Perseus Project, includes entries from the Intermediate Liddell-Scott Greek Lexicon and the Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon
Aids for Learners
Intensive Language Courses and Study Abroad Programs

For additional resources in this language explore General Resources Related to Language Learning and Teaching on our main web resources page.

6. Discussion Groups
A directory of email discussion groups and listserv mailing lists concerning all aspects of Classics, classics education, greek and Latin language study, ancient history, archaeology, and related fields.
A few tips on how to subscribe, unsubscribe and send messages to a discussion group A Web-searchable archive of selected discussion groups has been created by Sebastian Heath and John Muccigrosso. The lists currently archived are: Aegeanet, Ancien-l, Ane-l, Byzans-l, Classics-m, Greekarch, Lt-antiq, Numism-l, and Romarch. The archive will be expanded to include other lists later.
  • AEGEANet is a discussion group on matters pertaining to the Aegean world of pre-classical times, including paleolithic, neolithic, Bronze Age, Geometric and Homeric). To subscribe write to with the message "subscribe aegeanet your e-mail address," or simply "subscribe aegeanet."
  • ACL BBS is an unmoderated mailing list aimed at issues of relevance and interest to ACL members and friends. To subscribe write to majordomo@rome. with the message "subscribe acl your name."
  • ACTS-L is a forum for the discussion of the Acts ofthe Apostles and the critical issues surrounding them. This list was originally created for members of a course on the Acts offered at St.Paul's University in Ottawa. To subscribe write to
  • 7. Lexical Aids For Ancient Greek
    greek language and Linguistics Gateway). Classical greek Vocabulary Cards. Thispage provides access to several lexical aids for the study of ancient greek and
    Lexical Aids for Greek and Linguistics
    (A component of the Greek Language and Linguistics Gateway
    Classical Greek Vocabulary Cards This page provides access to several lexical aids for the study of ancient Greek and linguistics. First you will find links to lexica available online at no charge. Farther down the page you will see information on print versions available for purchase.
    Biblical Greek Vocabulary Cards
    Electronic Lexica Available Online at No Charge

    8. The Greeks
    Introduction to ancient greek history, culture, politics, art and warfare, timeline from 1400 B.C. to 337 B.C., map, life in Athens, ancient greek language lessons.

    9. Update On Europa Veneta
    Presents arguments that ancient Macedonian language was different from ancient greek. Examines the possibility of a protoSlavic (Venetic) origin of the ancient Macedonian language.
    more on ....
    Jozko Šavli, Matej Bor, Ivan Tomazic.
    VENETI: First Builders of European Community:
    Tracing the History and Language of Early Ancestors of Slovenes.
    What was the Mother Tongue of Alexander the Great?
    by Charles Bryant-Abraham, Ph. D.
    Fellow, The Jerusalem Center for Biblical Studies and Research
    Jerusalem, Israel
      After submission of my review of VENETI to Sir Rodney Hartwell in June 1998, I came across a book in Athens of potential interest to the subject of Proto - (West) Slavic presence in the Balkans He Glossa tes Makedonias, he Archaia Makedonike kai he Pseudonyme Glossa ton Skopion, "The Language of Macedonia, Old Macedonian and the so-called Language of the Skopljites" (written in modern Greek with citations in classical Greek and in Latin), by G. Khatsidakis, et al. (Athens, Greece: Olkos, 1993). I will not review the book at this time for our Greek-reading Augustans, other than to indicate broadly my impression that the seven contributing writers have built a well-reasoned argument for the essential Hellenism of Alexander the Great. One cannot, however, avoid suspicion of a hidden political agenda to head off any future South Slavic irredentism for the Macedonian-speaking hinterland of Thessalonica. Unlike Veneti the book presents no linguistic evidence to shore up its premises and conclusions.

    10. Learning The Greek Language
    Useful ancient greek Phrases http// ancientgreek language links http// greek.
    Learn Greek on the Web!!
    resources compiled by Tracy Marks
    Alphabet, Spellchecking etc Lessons by Audio
    Online Greek Lessons

    *Most extensive online lessons, free!

    Fonts and Software for Classicists Computing in Greek on Microsoft Windows systems
    How to View Greek on Web Sites
    Greek Fonts and Software resources ... Alphabet, Spellchecking, Writing etc. Greek Alphabet Greek Alphabet Greek Spellchecker How to Write the Greek Letters Dictionaries, Lexical Aids, Translators etc. English Greek Lexicon Lexical Aids for Ancient Greek

    11. SPHS
    Study of greek language, literature, history, art and archaeology in the ancient, Byzantine and Modern periods.

    12. Daily Life Ancient Greece
    Virtually imagine what it was like to live in ancient Sparta. See what schools, families, and ancient weddings were like. also proud of being greek. The ancient greeks were thinkers. TO BE greek The ancient greeks all spoke the same language. the exception of ancient Sparta, greek women had very
    Daily Life
    in Ancient Greece
    How would you have behaved if you had lived in ancient Sparta? (Lie, cheat, steal, because that is the Sparta way!) Or in ancient Athens? Or in Corinth, Argos or Megara? Meet the Greeks! They were a riot! The ancient Greeks were very proud of their city-state ! They were also proud of being Greek. The ancient Greeks were thinkers. They loved to talk. They honored their gods and respected honor. They loved beauty, music, literature, drama, philosophy, politics and art. If you're in a hurry, use the cheat sheet to find just what you need! Welcome to ancient Greece! Cheat Sheet MEET THE GREEKS! Introduction School! Greek Houses ... Food It's around 480 BC.
    You are an Olympian contestant, representing your city-state at the Olympic games!
    How would you behave?
    Sparta Athens Corinth ... Megara Plus Greek Links Other Cultures FAQs Lesson Plans
    Didn't find what you needed? Try this! Have a great year! INTRODUCTION:
    The earliest Greek civilizations thrived nearly 4,000 years ago.Yet, their culture still impacts our lives today, in the arts, in philosophy, and in science, math, literature and politics. The ancient Greeks were great builders, thinkers, philosophers and military strategists. Here are some of the gifts the ancient Greeks gave to the world:
    • Trial by Jury
    • Greek Myths
    • Democracy
    • Tragedy and Comedy
    • Theatre
    • The Olympics
    The ancient Greeks did not have one king or queen. They lived in city-states. Each city-state was a separate political unit. Daily life was somewhat different in the Greek city-state of Athens, for example, than it was in the city-state of Sparta, or even in Corinth!

    13. Histroy Of The Greek Language
    of the greek nation. THE ancient greek language. From place to place,ancient greeks spoke differently. Namely, the language took
    HISTORY OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE The history of the language, which Greeks speak is engraved upon its same words which are spoken and sung now for a thousand years from millions of lips, bring up to us the same history of the Greek nation. THE ANCIENT GREEK LANGUAGE From place to place, Ancient Greeks spoke differently. Namely, the language took another form, it obtained a particlular form called a dialect. In Sparta, they had the Doric dialect, in Athens, the Attic and elsewhere another dialect. But this did not prevent them from communicating and exchanging views easily, because the difference between the dialect were not that great. THE GREEK OR ALEXANDRIAN KOINE The koine language shaped up, after the classical era, between the centuary, which began around 300 BC and 300 AD. This language, which slowly slowly became the koine language of the Greeks came from the Attic dialect and certainly from Athens around 500-400 BC, namely the time, which Athenians had reached the greatest peak. So the Attic dialect can become the koine language, it was needed to take words from other dialects, at the time when Alexander the Great was conquering the East. This common language, with time, became the languages of the East. They spoke it and wrote it everywhere: in Syria, in Asia Minor, in Persia, in Egypt and elsewhere. It became the international language of that time.

    14. Latin & Greek Tutoring, Resources
    Tutor qualifications and language resources, including reviews of popular textbooks.
    "Seize the Day"
    SF Bay Area Tutor Helpful Links Recommended Latin Textbooks Recommended Greek Textbooks
    SF Bay Area Tutor:
    I offer weekly tutoring in Latin and Ancient Greek to all levels of learners, beginning to advanced. Read the classics in the original: Homer , Caesar, Plato Catullus Sappho , etc. Engaging and instructive approach. Flexible rates, excellent references. Qualifications:
    Phi Beta Kappa scholar from Reed college
    Majored in Classics (Greek and Roman language, literature, history, and philosophy)
    Wrote senior thesis on archaic Greek lyric poetry
    Currently pursuing a Masters in Education at Stanford
    Individual Sessions and Small Classes Available A typical one hour session consists of going over any questions from the homework, looking closely at problematic sections or exercises, oral reading, translating passages (both prepared and unprepared), reviewing forms, discussions of grammar and syntax, and an occassional vocabulary quiz. While the greater part of my tutoring is one-on-one, I will also teach small classes of students (at a reduced fee). These groups may be formed from students who have emailed me, are in the same geographic area, and are at similar levels of proficiency.

    A list of 147 cities of ancient Crete, with short descriptions for each one, based on mythology and history. The site contains both English and greek language descriptions.
    THE 147 CITIES OF ANCIENT CRETE history-mythology-Archaeology e-mail: THE ANCIENTS CITIES OF CRETE Acharna-AgiaTriada-Agneion-Aina-Aitteia-Akytos-Alba-Albe-Allaria- Ambelos-Amnisos-Amphimalion-Amyklaion-Anopolis-Aoros-Apollonia-Apollonias-Aptera-Araden-Arados- Arbis-Arkades-Arsinoe-Asos-Astale-Asterousia-Atrikos-Axos-Aylon-Bene-Biannos-Biennos-Bionnos-Boiai- Boibe-Boion-Chalketorion-Cherronesos-Chersonesos-Cydonia-Daidala-Dia-Diatonion-Diktaion Andron THE ANCIENTS CITIES OF CRETE Dion-Doulopolis-Dragmos-Dreros-Eileithyias cave-Einatos-Elaia- Eleftherai-Eleftherna-Ellotis-Eltynia-Elyros-Eronos-Ertaia-Glamia-Glenos-Gortyn-Goyrnia- Grammion THE ANCIENTS CITIES OF CRETE Herakleia-Herakleion-Hetis-Hydramia-Idaion-Ieranesos-Ierapolis- Ierapytna-Illatia-Inachorion-Ippokoronion-Istoi-Istros-Itanos-Kaino-Kairatos-Kalamyde-Kaloi Limenes- Kamara-Kantanos-Karnessopolis-Katre-Kaudo-Kaunos-Keraia-Kisamos-Kisamos THE ANCIENTS CITIES OF CRETE Knossos-Korion-Korykos-Kremnia-Kyta-Kytaion-Lambe-Lamon- Lappa Larisa-Lasaia-Lasos-Lato he Hetera-Lato prosKamaran-Leben-Letoa-Lipara-Lisos-Lykastos-Lyktos-Malia- Malla-Marathousa-Maroneia-Matallon-Miletos-Minoa-Modaioi-Mycenae-Myrina-Naxia-Oaxos-Ogylos-Oios THE ANCIENTS CITIES OF CRETE Oleros-Olopyxos-Olous-Onychion-Orion-Osmida-Pandomatrion- Pannona-Panormos-Paraisos-Pelkin-Pergamos-Petra-Phaistos-Phalannai-Phalannaia-Phalasarna-Pharai-Phelaia Phoinikous-PhoinixLambaion-Poikilasos-Polichna-Polyrrenia-Praisos-Prespidai-Priaisos-Priansos-Pronos- Psychion-Pyloros-Pyranthos-Rhamnous-Raukos-Rhithymna-Rhithymna-Rhizenia-Rhytion-Saoros-Satra- Sikinos-Sipilen-Sisaia-Sosandra-Soulena-Soulia-Stalai-Stelai-Strenos-Sybrita-Sybritos-Syia-Syrinthos-Tanos- Tarra-Tegea-Thebe-Thenai-Therapnai-Tripodos-Trita-Tylis(s)os-Yrsos-Yrtakos-Zakros

    16. EAWC: Ancient Greece
    Exploring ancient World Cultures includes links to Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and greek mythology. Socrates is typically greek in his relentless of language to come to terms with that understanding. Not all greek critics
    Aristophanes' Lysistrata

    Plato's Euthyphro

    Plato's Apology

    Plato's Crito

    There will always be critics. Even when things are going pretty well, when the government is relatively stable, when more people than ever are living well, when the future looks promising even at these times, there are those whose need to speak out overcomes their mute acceptance of the status quo. PLATO 'S description of SOCRATES shows the grizzled sage to be one such critic.
    Socrates is typically Greek in his relentless questioning of himself, of authorities, of accepted traditions and practices. And Socrates' questioning displays another characteristic associated with the Greeks a belief in the capacity of the mind (rationality) to apprehend the universe and a concomitant belief in the power of language to come to terms with that understanding.
    Not all Greek critics chose Socrates' direct approach. ARISTOPHANES play Lysistrata hilariously lambastes war-mongers. Despite its playful ribaldry, Lysistrata was written at a time of great duress, when the welfare of the fragile Athenian city-state was threatened from hostile forces both inside and out. Yet, the play's parody displays its profound critique of contemporary society.

    17. History Of The Greek Language
    ancient greek language (by Chris Cos) a good overview of the history of the greeklanguage, starting from the preHellenic stages (Aegean, Linear A) to Modern
    K.U.Leuven, Department of Classical Studies MARC HUYS History of the Greek Language GREEK GRAMMAR ON THE WEB THE ELECTRONIC GATEWAY TO THE STUDY OF ANCIENT GREEK
    Other browsers may have problems with the alignment of the Greek characters
    History of the Greek Language
  • Greek Language (Encyclopaedia Britannica) (by M. Lejeune and C.J. Ruijgh): this is a long and detailed article dealing with all aspects of the history of the Greek language from its earliest stages: the Indo-European origins, Mycenaean and its syllabary, the genesis and evolution of the Greek alphabet, the dialectal distribution before and after the Dorian invasions and the great colonization movement, the Homeric language, the predominance of Attic from the fifth century onwards, the middle phases Koine and Byzantine Greek and finally the development of Modern Greek. Concerning Ancient Greek some descriptive sections are added about the basics of phonology, accentuation, morphology, syntax and vocabulary. Some terms can be clicked on, providing internal links with other articles or illustrative tables. Greek words are transliterated. The Encyclopaedia Britannica also offers a summary of this article and another shortened version (CD-version 1997) can be found on the website of Chariton Charitonidis , a Greek teacher pursuing a doctorate in general Linguistics in Cologne.
  • 18. Greek Language Resources - Learning Ancient Greek
    Quick Course in greek My intention on these pages is to offer you a briefintroduction to the ancient greek language, through a series of lessons.
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    The Electronic Gateway to the Study of Ancient Greek "... contains ten sections (note that some of the reviewed web sites may be listed in more than one section): Greek Fonts - The Alphabet, Numerals, Accentuation and Pronunciation - Introductory Courses - Elementary Training - Dictionaries and Lexica - Systematic Grammar: Morphology and Syntax - History of the Greek Language - Advanced Study of the Language - The Reading of Ancient Greek Texts - Other Online Surveys and Bibliographies." A wonderful collection of international resources.

    19. Learn Ancient Greek!
    ancient greek language Alphagreek New Testament/Biblical/Koine greek lessonsdesigned with the middle secondary school homeschooler in mind.
    What's New Join Discussion Forum Discussion Archives ... Feedback ANCIENT GREEK LANGUAGE
    Ancient Greek Independent Study Support Group Provides support for those learning ancient and koine on their own. Includes a bibliography of textbooks.
    Ancient Greek Independent Study Message Center
    Ancient Greek Language Resources Language Learning and Teaching on the Web.
    Ancient Greek Tutorials From the Department of Classics of the University of California, Berkeley, this site is a project of Professor Donald Mastronarde and the Berkeley Language Center. It uses Quicktime and Javascript so that you can practice pronunciation and accentuation. You can listen to Ancient Greek pronunciation on this site.
    Ancient Greek With Thrasymachus A site written by Alison Willard Barker of St. Paul's School and Ann Thomas Wilkins from Duquesne University in order to help supplement Focus Publishing's Greek course. The explanations and exercises are written for students using Thrasymachus but could possibly be of value to students learning Greek from other textbooks.
    Classical Christian Greek Teacher's Support List
    Greek Teachers Corner A new site dedicated to teachers of the Greek language intended to provide a forum for the sharing of lesson plans, teaching tips, pedagogical strategies, exercises, work sheets, sample quizzes and exams, projects, reviews of books, videos, and computer programs of use to Greek teachers, etc. Many Greek teachers teach outside of the traditional school schedule (ie. before or after school, during lunch breaks or within the context of a Latin class) and this site seeks to assist these teachers particularly. The site is just getting started but shows great promise for Greek teachers! There is also a section that includes surveys from Greek teachers across the US.

    20. UNCG - Ancient Greek Language Page
    ancient greek language Page. Click here to visit a page with links to severalImages of ancient greek (and other scripts). Elementary ancient greek
    Ancient Greek Language Page
    Click here to visit a page with links to several Images of Ancient Greek (and other scripts). Elementary Ancient Greek:

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