An Introduction to Greek

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1928 - Foreign Language Study - 397 pages
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This standard textbook introduces students to ancient Greek in an organized, systematic way. Review lessons are included at logical intervals and the last six of 79 chapters are reviews of participles, infinitives, subjunctives, optatives, imperatives, and indicatives.This volume includes: - Greek to English and English to Greek exercises in each chapter- Review lessons at logical intervals- Greek to English Glossary- English to Greek Glossary- Complete grammatical appendix- Reading selections from standard, classical authors- Useful additional information on word formation, ancient Greek culture, and etymology- Photographs of ancient sites, sculptures, and vase paintings A "New Introduction" by Dr. Thomas Fleming and "An Appreciation" by Dr. James G. Keenan offer new insights into this old favorite.
  

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Contents

ΡκΕδΕΝΤ ΑΝΠ ΙΜΡΕΒΓΕΟΤ ΙΝΟΙΟΑΤΙΥΕ ΑΝΟ ΡΒΕδΕΝΤ
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ΟΟΝ8ΟΝΑΝΤ ΟΕΟ1 ΕΝ8ΙΟΝ Κ8ΤΕΜ8
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πα ΚΕΑΟΙΝΟ
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νοκο δτυον ΚΕΑΙΗΝΟ
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ΟΡΤΑΤΙΥΕ ΑΟΤΙΥΕ
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ΟΟΝΟΙΤΙΟΝΑΙ ΚΕΙΑΤΙΥΕ ΟιΑυΕ8
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ΕΕΥΙΕΥ
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ΧΙνΐΙΙ ΙΜΡΕΚΑΤΙΥΕ Λατίνε
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δυΜΜΑΒΥ ΟΓ ΙΜΡΕΒΑΤΙΥΕ ΡΟΒΜΒ ΑΝΟ ΙΙβΕβ
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ΟΒΑΜΜΑΤΙΟΑΙ ΑΡΡΕΝΟΙΧ
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ΟίΟΤΙΟΝΑΚΥ ΟΡ ΡΚΟΡΕΒ ΝΑΜΕ8
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ΟΒΕΕΚΕΝΟΙΙ8Η ΥΟΟΑΒΟΓΑΒΥ 1
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κ ΥοοΑΒυΐΑΚΥ 33
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ΙΝΟΕΧ 43
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Henry Crosby and John Schaeffer developed this text at the University of Pennsylvania, where Crosby was both teacher and dean and where Schaeffer (a classics teacher at Franklin and Marshall) taught summer courses in Greek.

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