Textkit Logo

It is currently Fri Nov 27, 2015 10:12 am

News News of Open Board

Site map of Open Board » Forum : Open Board

Textkit is a learning community- introduce yourself here. Use the Open Board to introduce yourself, chat about off-topic issues and get to know each other.

Ancient Greek Pronunciation

Hi, I'm a total beginner and I would like to know how to pronounce a frase in ancient greek I'm getting tattooed next week:


Could anyone help me with that? A phonetic version would be great, a recording even better.

Gratias maximas tibi ago!
Read more : Ancient Greek Pronunciation | Views : 160 | Replies : 0


Just by way of introduction- I'm not an academic, but learned Homeric Greek in school years ago, and have kept up with it over the years on and off. Hope I have something useful to offer on occasion, and I've enjoyed reading what's on the site already.
Read more : Newcomer | Views : 150 | Replies : 0


Hi all;

My name is John Hadwin. I started trying to take the Bible seriously a few years back and have recently come to the conclusion that I will need to know Koine Greek. After learning a little about how the language works, I began trying to translate some verses that were troubling me out of the Textus Receptus found in Blue Letter Bible. The problem I hope to address by learning more about Koine ...
Read more : Introduction | Views : 190 | Replies : 2

Early Modern Italian (?) in relation to Latin (reading)

I hope this is not too off-topic for this section of the forum.

I introduced myself a couple years ago and got apparently solid advice on returning to Latin and getting started with Greek -- advice that I admit I have done little with. Excuses, excuses.

I am here to ask if anyone knows of resources that would be helpful for reading what I guess is Early Modern Italian - Leonardo, to be specific. I ...
Read more : Early Modern Italian (?) in relation to Latin (reading) | Views : 712 | Replies : 1

New member

Just by way of introduction, I am not an academic but learned Howeric Greek in school and have read on and off for many years now. In Il. 21 right now and Ach. dispassionate manner as he makes piles of hamburger out of the Trojans is a little unsettling. Anyway glad I found this forum because if I start talking about the differences between uses of the optative and subjunctive to any of my family ...
Read more : New member | Views : 121 | Replies : 0

I'm new here!

I'm so glad to have found this forum. I've wanted to learn Latin for a while now, and have finally gotten Wheelock's Latin, 7th ed., and am on my way. I'm looking forward to "meeting" others who are also interested in Latin. :D
Read more : I'm new here! | Views : 112 | Replies : 0

Hi textkit

my name is Elisabeth and I'm doing a Classics degree at the Open University in the UK, this is my final year.
I'm learning both Latin and Greek (intermediate levels) and found this forum because I was looking for a key to Latin Sentence & Idiom which we will be using on my Latin course.
This seems a great resource I'm more of a Greek-ophile than a Latinist I must admit, but next year ...
Read more : Hi textkit | Views : 31 | Replies : 0

spam account?

The account africa has made a single post and it does look as if it was created simply to provide a link to an off topic film site:
Read more : spam account? | Views : 885 | Replies : 6

Salvete Omnes! (Introductory post from galiana)

Greetings everyone,

I'm happy to have found this forum. Having taken a break from Latin for many years in favor of French and German, I've decided to resume my Latin studies. Since languages aren't much fun without compatriots with which to share them, I began searching for a Latin-learning community, and stumbled across this one.

I learned Latin in secondary school many years ago, but have since forgotten everything except "Caecilius in forō ambulat" - ...
Read more : Salvete Omnes! (Introductory post from galiana) | Views : 32 | Replies : 0

Hello to All: My Introduction

I am Don. Ancient Greek is my primary interest here.
I first studied Ancient Greek a long time ago using the JACT textbooks. My study lay dormant for the most part until a couple of years ago. Using LWT (Learning with Texts) as my modus operandi and texts downloaded from Google Books, Perseus, Bibliotheca Augustana, Hodoi elektronikai and here, I work pretty much daily on Ancient Greek.
From time to time I have peered into ...
Read more : Hello to All: My Introduction | Views : 28 | Replies : 0


Login  •  Register


Total posts 109583 • Total topics 13893 • Total members 18905