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Greek Boy

https://archive.org/details/jeidsath_greek_boy

I'm uploading audio of W.H.D. Rouse's Greek Boy at the above URL. Part 2a has an error in the original text. Rouse's text has Ἱβερνίᾳ, and in the audio, I correct it to Ἰβηρίῃ (let me know if made any mistake with that).
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ΟΣ ΚΑΡΤΕΡΗ ΝΙΚΑ - Help with Translation

Hello,

My friend asked me what this means. I speak modern Greek but I have limited experience with Ancient Greek. I think that ΟΣ is "who" and NIKA is "conquers or wins". Can someone help me to confirm the meaning of this phrase? My friend saw it on a fireplace (randomly) in Connecticut and both of us have been researching online to confirm the meaning to no avail.

Thanks!
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synthetikos

American Heritage Dictionary shows the etymology of 'synthetic' as
Greek sunthetikos, skilled in putting together…

Would a better reading be "put together with skill"?
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Herodotus'text diagrammad

Hi,

Some time ago I visited the website displaying text of Herodotus together with diagramms of the syntax of sentences. Now I'm not able to fint that website again.

Mayby someone knows the URL of that site?

Thanks.
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looking for recommendation...

I would like to have Greek, mainly for philosophy but eventually tragedy and poetry. I am hoping to find a textbook that will prepare me for the Fragments collected by Diels, and the works of Plato.

I am considering using Hensen and Quinn's Greek: An Intensive Course or Mastronarde's Introduction to Attic Greek. I have read about Beetham's Learning Greek with Plato, but cannot locate an affordable copy (sells for 100s of dollars)--any comments on ...
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preferred versions of Plato?

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Teaching Greek to a friend

I've been learning Greek at university for the last six semesters. In class we just read texts at this point, and I feel like a lot of my grammar knowledge is now intuitive rather than laborious. This is good! But it can also breed laziness and not really knowing it. I worry that today I couldn't pass my 'intensive summer Greek' final.

So this summer I am teaching a friend Greek. My goal is to ...
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Learning Greek: Where to start?

Hey everyone, I've been interested in classics for about a year and a half or so. I started teaching myself Latin last year, but when school started in the fall I had to give up on it because it was too much with all the AP Exams I had. I've recently been getting back into it and I've grown interested in learning Greek as well.

For you guys I have two questions. One, is it ...
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Aristoteles' plot and character

Hey everyone,

I'm currently writing about characterization in Euripides' Iphigenia among Taurians and I'm having some problems. I can't see clearly anymore, and have difficulties with defining terms like 'plot' and 'character'.

There has been written a lot of stuff about Medea, Agamemnon, Clytaimnestra etc., but for some reason the IT has been a minor work in the eyes of a lot of critics. This makes it even more difficult.

Kyriakou has recently (2006) written ...
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Some Greek and Latin resources

I have found this page with some Greek and Latin resources:
http://www.charlieslanguagepage.com/
It includes vocabulary flashcards, verb drills, lists of frequent words, many grammar quizzes, et cetera.
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