Reading Greek: A World of Heroes: Selections from Homer, Herodotus and Sophocles

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Cambridge University Press, Oct 4, 1979 - Foreign Language Study - 139 pages
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The first part of the JACT Greek course is Reading Greek, first published in 1979. It consists of two volumes, one of text and one of grammar, vocabulary and exercises and gives the student a thorough introduction to Attic Greek as well as to Herodotus and Homer. A World of Heroes and The Intellectual Revolution are designed to take students on from Reading Greek and to give them a graded introduction to six of Ancient Greece's most important authors.
 

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Contents

HOMER
1
Akhilleus and Hektor Iliad 221130
4
The death of Hektor Iliad 22131end
14
Hektor and Andromakhe Iliad 6237end
36
HERODOTUS
53
Persian customs Histories 1131140 pass
56
Xerxes at Abydos Histories 74453
62
The battle of Thermopylai Histories 756238 pass
72
SOPHOCLES
97
Oedipus the King Oedipus Tyrannus 300862 pass
100
The fall of Oedipus Oedipus Tyrannus 950end pass
118
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