A Greek Reader for Schools

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C. E. Freeman, W. D. Lowe
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 142 pages
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Reprinted by arrangement with Oxford University Press, this reader includes selected excerpts from Aesop to Plato, supported by introductions, notes, vocabulary, and an index of proper names.
  

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Contents

ΑΕ8ΟΡ8 ΡΑΒΙΕδ
1
ΤΗΕ ΒΐΑΙΟΟυΕδ ΟΡ ΙυΟΐΑΝ
8
ΤΗΕ Ηΐ8ΤΟΚΥ ΟΡ ΗΕΚΟΒΟΤΙΙδ
15
ΤΗΕ Ηΐ8ΤΟΚΥ ΟΡ ΤΗΙΙΟΥΒΐΒΕ8
33
ΧΕΝΟΡΗΟΝ
52
ΤΗΕ ΒΐΑΙΟΟυΕδ ΟΡ ΡΙΑΤΟ
73
ΐΝΒΕΧ
104
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About the author (1994)

C. E. Freeman also co-authored Rome and Her Kings: Extracts from Livy, Bolchazy-Carducci (1988). W. D. Lowe, LittD, MA provided the foundation for this work. Military commitments necessitated by World War I intervened and he asked C. E. Freeman, MA, to complete the reader for publication. Lowe also authored Selections in Attic Greek from Herodotus: The War of Greece and Persia, Bolchazy-Carducci (1984) and Rome and Her Kings: Extracts from Livy, Bolchazy-Carducci (1988).

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