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Please help Groundhog in ancient Greek

Hi,

I do not have any base in ancient greek, but I am looking, for a project for the ancient greek name of a groundhog or woodchuck or marmot. I would need it in actual greek alphabet.
Please help,

Thank you
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Hello from an intrepid learner!

Hello!

I'm just starting to learn ancient greek, and stumbled upon this wonderful forum, so any advice would be appreciated!

I'm massively interested in greek mythology and reading philosophers and mathematicians in the original greek, hence learning. Also knowledge. i like knowledge.

so yeah
hi from Jesse
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Limit of Ten Links

Hi,


There is a limit of ten links for each post on Textkit. Would the moderators consider raising or abolishing the limit? In long posts about corrections of texts I needed to include links to Perseus and I was often stymied by the limit. Thanks!
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El Paso, TX: Study Groups

Friends, I've created a new Facebook page for El Pasoans to connect for community study groups in Greek & Latin. Please check it out:

https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1 ... f=bookmark
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Erik introduces himself.

Hi,

I'm a phd fellow in Rhetoric at Uppsala University.

I have become interested in attic greek through my interest in contemporary rhetoric and continental philosophy, two fields that rely heavily on ancient greek thinking. I have especielly become interested in the reception and reinvention of a few specific ancient concepts and how their new uses relate to the way these concepts are used in the ancient sources.

My struggle with getting a better grasp ...
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Over Thirty Years Ago: An Introduction

Greetings from Arlington, Massachusetts!

I studied Ancient Greek back in what seems an eternity ago, 1979-80, at the College of Wooster in Ohio. If I recall correctly, I had three quarters worth: in the first quarter we used what must have been a very early version of the Luschnig text (I recall that it was bound like a book but looked more typed than typeset); in quarter two we did something from the New Testament ...
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Hello from Leeds!

Hello! I'm a Latin graduate who prefers not to count how many years ago she graduated! My subsid then was French. Now I have retired from teaching and trained as a Church of England Reader. Pulling my Latin and church interests together, I have just started learning New Testament Greek, and I'm delighted to have found you! I look forward to some interesting content on your site.
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A Homeschooler's Introduction

I'm 15, almost 16, years old and would be in grade 10 in a regular U.S high school. I hope to be able to take the AP Latin exam either this coming year or the year after that; I'm aware that there's a history element to the test and will be taking an OCW semester course for this. The main problem is, I have no teacher and I can't afford a tutor.

For a long ...
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Ciao!

Hello to all Textkit members! I'm an italian software programmer and I admit, I've never really studied Greek and Latin :oops: . The reason why I'm here is that for my work (and also for personal interest) I often deal with linguistic origins and etymologies of words... and we all know that 99% of what we say every day comes from these two "ρίζες"... so I hope ...
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Greetings from New Member: Walter M. Roberts III

I (Walter Melvin Roberts III) am an African-American was born in Detroit Michigan in 1959. I earned degrees from Columbia College (B.A. Philosophy and Classical Greek, 1983 summa cum laude), the University of Chicago (M.A. Philosophy, 1990), and UC Berkeley (M.A. Latin, 2000; Ph.D. Classics 2006). In 2011 my dissertation, Cicero's Political Imperative: A Reading of On Duties, was published by VDM Verlag. In 2012 I resigned my tenure-track position at the University of Vermont ...
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