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Pictorial Ancient Greek Project --- a sketch

In order to enhance my vocab power in AG, I tried to harvest some words from the woodhouse E-G dictionary and put them around a few pictures. And I found a number of interesting words.

roof is o( o)/rofoj while the ceiling is h( o)rofh/,
wall is to\ tei=xoj while the wall of a house is o( toi=xoj,
door is h( qu/ra when window is h( quri/j,
cabbage is h( r(a/fanoj while radish is h( ...
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Hello!

I'm new here, just thought I'd introduce myself! I'm trying to learn Koine (NT) Greek and Latin both, so reccommendations on texts for NT Greek study would be greatly appreciated. Oh, and I already have D'ooge's text for Latin, so I'm working on that. I have a little experience with Greek, and none with Latin (just started today.) Hope to hear from all of you guys soon!

Kyle
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the Symposium and Shakespeare

Hi everyone,

Very glad to have found this forum today. Long ago in high school I studied Latin and liked it, but haven't taken it up since then - just the odd word
looked up, and some English translations of poetry, and of writings of Caesar and Hadrian. As a retired architect I now just follow my nose so to speak, and recently have been studying some Shakespeare ahead of the performances this summer at ...
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#40 vocabulary- are all the nouns regular?

Can I decline them ALL out as in 38?

Kat
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articles on teaching ancient languages to children

Can anyone link me to articles on teaching ancient languages to children, particularly OLDER ones geared to the idea of a child becoming fluent in both Latin and Greek BEFORE entering university?

There are a glut of books coming out about a classical education for children, but they are not right for our family. The focus is on LOTS of writing, outlining and reading fiction. My math orientated child is willing to do a BIT ...
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Homeric Links

I'd like to share the following Homeric links with textkit visitors and Pharr-B enthusiasts. Please let me know what you think.

A fun site: "Locate homeric similes from the Iliad fast"

http;://pages.prodigy.net/rking/homeric_similes.html.

Sites which have lots of interesting links on the Iliad, Odyssey, homeric question etc :

"Homer Home Page"

http://www.dc.peachnet.edu/~shale/human ... homer.html

Study Guide for Homer's Iliad:

http://www.temple.edu/classics/epic.html
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Homeric Singing

Does anyone know any good internet sites which give audio recitations of the Iliad or Oddysey??

The following Ancient Greek music link is interesting:

www.oeaw.ac.at/kal/agm

It has the music for fragments of ancient greek songs and also a link to homeric singing.
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Advocate's

I was wondering if anybody out here know's what the plural of "Advocate" would be in latin......

thanks for your help in advance....
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ginomai, gegona, gegenomhn: overlapping forms?

Is ginomai a deponent verb?

In that case how can it have a form both for perfect active gegona
and a form for perfect passive/middle gegenhmai? Is not just one form enough? The same seems to happen with the aorist with egenomhn and egenhthen.

Could anyone translate these forms so that I can see the difference between them or provide meaningful examples?

Another question is: why do I encounter ginomai in Mounce and gignomai in ...


 

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