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Ebay heads up!

Ebay rules. I have thence bought many extremely useful items. Here are some amazing, somewhat obscure (typically episcopally) items that are to be sold soon in the ebay market:

Here is a strange item by Henry Carr Pearson author of Latin Prose Composition based on Cicero and Beginners Latin:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3580058684&category=29306

I myself should like to know more about this!

And this, well, is very strange. I randomly, thanks to subconscious assumption of Alan Partridge lines, ...
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Perseus on CD

Postscript Books based in the UK are offering the Greek collection of Perseus 2.0 (4CD Roms) at the knock-down price of £19.99. They are also (confusingly) offering Perseus 2.0 (no number of CDs given) for £9.99.

The web address is:
http://www.psbooks.co.uk/

Select 'Browse' and History/Ancient and browse through.
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Strong's dictionary

Does anyone know where I can find an online Strong's dictionary that I can print out?

I printed out Strong's Greek in a nutshell and I can cut the pages and put them in a 5 1/2 by 8 binder. I would LOVE to be able to add a Strong's dictionary to the binder.

I need something in small text and WITH the phonetic pronunciations.

I like to learn languages with multiple books, but all ...
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drilling endings/irregular words in Koine

Hello everyone :-)

My 15 year old son and I are trying to learn Koine.

I would like to drill endings by declining or conjugating out each of our vocabulary words.

I don't want to drill irregular words by mistake though.

Is there a list somewhere of what NT words are irregular?

Kat
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Hello from Belgrade,Serbia

I want to say hello to u.I am first time on this forum.It is great.Sorry for my bad english.Is there anyone from Serbia?Grettings :D
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in

this morning I was reading my greek-latin nt and noticed something interesting. where greek uses two different prepositions, eis and en, latin uses only one, in. So in 1 Peter 1:2 we have:

en agiasmw pneumatoj, eij upakohn kai rantismon aimatoj ihsou xristou

and

in sanctificationem Spiritus, in obedientiam, et aspersionem sanguinis Iesu Christi

with "in" functioning in place of both "en" and "eis". This causes me some distress because I know the semantic difference ...
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Od. IX, 372-395 - lit crit

I am doing a piece of literary criticism on this passage and essentially need to say as much as I possibly can about this passage. I would be grateful if people could comment on, correct or add to what I write here (and I know the textkitoi are a pretty learned bunch...! :) :) ...
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Palm Pilot Latin Grammar Books

I don't know if this will be of interest to anyone, but I wanted a way to have at least one good grammar book available for reference on my Palm Pilot. I also wanted the ability to edit the text to add my own references. This meant that just downloading the pdf version would not be helpful. I ended up running the Allen and Greenough book through a very sophisticated OCR application and turning it ...
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the obvious

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M&F Unit 15 English to Latin

Could someone look over these English into Latin translations for me, please.

The topics for this unit are:
a. Cum clauses and other temporal, concessive, and causal clauses.
b. Conjunctions which can take the indicative or the subjunctive
c. Proviso clauses

1. Since someone is approaching, we shall bring it about that your friend does not harm anyone.
Cum aliquis aggredat, efficiemus ne amicus tuus quem noceat.

2. Although he delayed for a long ...
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