Lex wrote:Libronix Digital Library System has a version of the Iliad that has the lexical form and declension of every word. In essence, it's a word study version of the Iliad. So if you're up for Homer, you might enjoy this.
aloimonon wrote:Do you by any chance have a link, and are there other classical Greek texts as well (Xenophon in particular)?
Lex wrote:aloimonon wrote:Do you by any chance have a link, and are there other classical Greek texts as well (Xenophon in particular)?
I got mine here. They mostly have biblical texts, and I don't know of any classical texts like Xenophon in this format. (But that doesn't mean they don't exist; I just don't know of them, if they do.)
Bretonus wrote:I am on the verge of completing Athenaze and I was wondering what would the good people here recommend? I prefer prose and histories, however, given how little experience I have with Greek, I am open to any suggestions. I have ordered a rather pricy NT, however, I expect it to be more leisurely reading, since I can use the Vulgate as a crutch. So, what would be a good choice to challenge me, but not be too difficult?
First Greek BookBretonus wrote:Thank you for the Xenophon recommendation. I hope to some day read Thucydides, and if Xenophon is a good place to start, I will look for some of his material. Are there any publications of Anabasis that are good for beginners?
Bretonus wrote:Are there any publications of Anabasis that are good for beginners?