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Translation from Iliad

I thought I would share a little translation from the first book of Iliad that I worked on. Please take a look if you wish:


It is not meant to be "perfect" or "professional", but I hoped nevertheless it may have some virtue.<pre></pre>
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a veritible cornucopia

I don't know if you all know about this website, but it has loads of Greek and Latin books online which you can download.

check it out

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Ok then
I just wanted to help
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Trivial Hansen and Quinn Question

In the exercises for unit 19, number 11:

Hansen and Quinn have "sautou" with no epsilon. Is this a typo or am I forgetting something?

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Self learning motivation for Greek

For those individuals learning Greek on their own as a self-study program, what study techniques keep you motivated to study?

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STOP (English words related to Greek words)

The ancient Greek word for oakum, tow was styppeion or styppe . It is related to the Latin noun stuppa (coarse part of flax, tow) and the verb stuppare (to stop or stuff with tow or oakum, to prevent a flow by blocking a hole). The verb was adopted by many languages (It. stoppare, Fr. etouper, Ger. stopfen) and in English stop.

From the same root: stopper, stopgap, stoppage, stopping, stopple etc.

In modern ...
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