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Latin and Greek Grammars 19th Century

For Textkit enthusiasts who like to look at old grammars/texts, the site below provides access to :

Instruction in Latin (1875)
Harpers Latin Dictionary (1891)
Writing in Latin(1876)
Grieschische Schulgrammatik (1897)
Greek Lexicon (1826)

http://tabula.rutgers.edu/latintexts/grammar/
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Crosby Greek Grammar 1860/Hansen & Quinn

The site below has been designed by a Richard Hunerlach to assist members of an on-line group studying Greek using the Hansen and Quinn Textbook. As well as tutorial help for that textbook the site also has a link to an on-line version of Crosby's Grammar 1860 and Greek Lessons, 1849. Crosby's was one of the standard 19th century grammars, which prepared students to read Xenophon's Anabasis. I am lucky to have a copy.

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Virtual Christianity: Bibles

This is where I used to visit to refer to the bible. tho' these days I prefer Perseus for NT. Check out "Blue Letter Bible" and "Unbound Bible" for Hebrew and Greek versions.
(In "Blue Letter Bile" click on the "C" button on the left of each verse to see the Hebrew or Greek.)

http://www.internetdynamics.com/pub/vc/bibles.html
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Peter Pan

Just curious. Peter Pan is a name of totally greek origin. Is there a ancient greek translation of Peter Pan? If it is, is it in public domain?
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Oscar nominiations

Johnny Depp has been nominated for best actor - his first Oscar nomination :D .
Apart from that the films nominated are ones I've never heard of, except for Lord of the Rings, which I hope will win.
Any one here seen Mystic River? It's been nominated, but I know it's not even been translated into German (and probably never will be unless it wins all ...
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Textkit Groups - New Site Feature

Hi Everyone,

There's a new service that I would like to announce - Textkit Groups.
http://www.textkit.com/groups/

This is an email mailing list service using Mailman software. How it works is that you agree to cover a particular text or textbook according to a set schedule, much like class-assignments. You'll submit your own work to the group by emailing it to the mailman software. Mailman will then redistribute your work ...
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Translation?

I'm sorry if this is an inappropriate place for this question. However, after searching the net, I found no other place that I could put this question to.

I'm not someone who speaks latin, or who is currently learning it (though I'd like to start sometime in the near future). For that reason, I am trying to find someone who could help me with translating someting into latin. What I would like tanslated is an ...
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Gospel of Thomas: Greek, Coptic, English with interlinear

Just mentioned on classics-l, http://www.gospelthomas.com/.

Some of the sayings exist in a POxy in Greek (saying 4 for example), but all have the Coptic, with access to a very helpful analytic interlinear.
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duke papyrus archive

maybe there is a guy who haven´t been to
http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/homepage.html
just for sure.
they have nice photos of papyrus mss. of every kind
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Your (least) favorite fiction books

Yes, this topic has been discussed before, but I don't think it's reached to the annoying point yet, has it?

I’m curious to know what kind of fiction you people digest (other than ancient Greek and Latin of course :)). Have your favorite works actually influenced your life? I need to really make a reading list of fiction work. I am embarrassingly way behind in the fiction ...
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