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Apology 18a

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supplemental reading to go along with Athenize

Hi all after a summer Hiatus I am back. Starting first year greek this year and was looking for a supplement to Athenize.
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adjective or adverb

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When "tosoutos...wste" is used in a sentence, is "tosoutos" typically used predicately or attributively.

For example:

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o( dh=mov a0pe/kteinen a0/ndra tosou=ton w9/ste kai/ oi9 qeoi/ qrhnou=si qa/naton au0tou=

In this sentence, would "tosouton" be predicative or attributive?
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homeric hymns

if somone knows when i can find the text of "Homeric Hymn to Demeter" in ancient greek and any information about it pls to write me. :wink: I`m from Bulgaria and studing ancient languages like old bulgarian, ancient greek and latin and I`m verry interested in it. Unfortunately i`m beginner :oops: but i hope to make a progress . ...
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Iliad audio

Is there any audio version of Homer's work, that is either on sale or free online?
I am not studying the language formally yet, but I would like to get used to listening to it and perhaps start memorizing whatever audio I can find.
I am still unsure of whether or not to start with Latin or Greek first...

*is currently studying Japanese*
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Hesiod, Works & Days, line 4

Can somebody please comment on the function of the final omicron of μεγάλοιο? My mind is kaput for determining this anamoly, and I can find the explanation in Smyth's grammar, nor in Monro's Homeric grammar.

Thanks for your help.
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Aoidoi: Archilochus 13

Some elegiacs from Archilochus, mourning deaths at sea (reportedly of his sister's husband), Archilochus 13.
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