Homeric Greek

Homeric Greek

This fourth edition addresses the needs of today's teachers and students, while retaining those elements of the original book responsible for its longevity.

Author: Clyde Pharr

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806119373

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 361

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For many years, Homeric Greek has been a standard textbook for first-year Greek courses in college and preparatory schools. This fourth edition addresses the needs of today's teachers and students, while retaining those elements of the original book responsible for its longevity.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Aspect and Actionality in Homeric Greek

Aspect and Actionality in Homeric Greek

Such an approach has been followed in this book : it has been taken as the
starting point to achieve interesting generalizations about the selection of present
and aorist in Homeric Greek . Moreover , it makes possible to carry out a
contrastive ...

Author: Maria Napoli

Publisher: FrancoAngeli

ISBN: 8846478363

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 255

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Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek

Lesson Design It should be noted that the exercises entitled TRANSLATE and
PUT INTO GREEK all drill on the matter ... Why this revised edition Approaching
the learning of Ancient Greek through Homeric Greek makes particular sense for
 ...

Author: Raymond V. Schoder

Publisher: Hackett Publishing

ISBN: 9781585107049

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 452

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A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book One, Third Edition is a revised edition of the well respected text by Frs. Schoder and Horrigan. This text provides an introduction to Ancient Greek language as found in the Greek of Homer. Covering 120 lessons, readings from Homer begin after the first 10 lessons in the book. Honor work, appendices, and vocabularies are included, along with review exercises for each chapter with answers.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek Book 2

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek  Book 2

Schoder and Horrigan chose to begin the second volume of their A Reading
Course in Homeric Greek with Book 10 of the Odyssey because that is what, in
the poem itself, follows immediately upon the Cyclops episode that makes up the
last ...

Author: Raymond V. Schoder

Publisher: Hackett Publishing

ISBN: 9781585107056

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 136

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Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book Two, Third Edition presents the Odyssey’s Books 6 and 12 in their entirety. Each lesson is a passage consisting of ten to twenty-five lines of text and includes a memorization list of frequently found words, thematic commentary in shaded boxes, and expanded and revised grammatical notes. The text also includes a Greek-English vocabulary list, an appendix of a summary of grammar, and an appendix on reading Homer rhythmically. This text is a continuation of A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book One, Third Edition.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Experiential Verbs in Homeric Greek

Experiential Verbs in Homeric Greek

In ancient Indo-Europeanlanguages, the standardexample is theverb'know'
asinstanti- ated by Ancient Greek oîda and ... On the other hand, evidence from
Homeric Greek suggests that information acquired from hearing is multifaceted,
as it ...

Author: Silvia Luraghi

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004442528

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 326

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In this volume, Silvia Luraghi offers a comprehensive account of construction variation with two-place verbs belonging to different sub-domains of experience (including bodily sensation, perception, cognition, emotion and volitionality) in the Homeric language.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Moods of Homeric Greek

The Moods of Homeric Greek

In this appendix I will further justify my decision to ignore the particle in an
assessment of the meaning of the moods in Homer, showing evidence which
suggeststhat it does not modify the sense of the moods in any consistent way. I
will here ...

Author: Jo Willmott

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521879880

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 264

View: 302

A 2007 account of the origin and development of the grammatical moods in Greek.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek

A Reading Course in Homeric Greek

Homeric Greek is somewhat simpler syntactically than Attic Greek , so that
reading with some proficiency and even pleasure is attainable within that
abbreviated time - span . Moreover , of all the ancient texts still read today ,
certainly none is ...

Author: Raymond V. Schoder

Publisher: Focus

ISBN: UOM:39015066068217

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 434

View: 268

This text is a revised edition of the well respected text by Frs. Schoder and Horrigan. A Reading Course in Homeric Greek, Book I, provides an introduction to Greek language as found in the Greek of Homer. Covering 120 lessons, readings from Homer begin a
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Everyday Things in Homeric Greece

Everyday Things in Homeric Greece

It commanded the entrance to the Black Sea, and it may be that Greece imported
corn from there in Homeric times, as she did later in the Peloponnesian War.
Agamemnon perhaps was forced to attack Troy, because the Trojans were ...

Author: Marjorie Quennell

Publisher: Biblo & Tannen Publishers

ISBN: 0819603961

Category: Civilization, Homeric

Page: 139

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Categories: Civilization, Homeric

Historical Essays Ancient Greece and mediaeval Italy Mr Gladstone s Homer and the Homeric age The historians of Athens The Athenian democracy Alexander the Great Greece during the Macedonian period The primaeval archaeology of Rome Mommsen s History of Rome Lucius Cornelius Sulla The Flavian Caesars

Historical Essays  Ancient Greece and mediaeval Italy  Mr  Gladstone s Homer and the Homeric age  The historians of Athens  The Athenian democracy  Alexander the Great  Greece during the Macedonian period  The primaeval archaeology of Rome  Mommsen s History of Rome  Lucius Cornelius Sulla  The Flavian Caesars

I In another place ş he far more truly speaks of Alexander as being , in many
respects , a revival of the Homeric Greek . But tho Homeric Greek was surely a
Greek and not a Barbarian ' ; one main difference between Greece and
Macedonia ...

Author: Edward Augustus Freeman

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0073186488

Category: History

Page:

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Categories: History

Reading Greek Tragedy

Reading Greek Tragedy

Simon Goldhill, Goldhill Simon, Professor of Greek Literature and Culture and
Fellow and Director of Studies in ... Indeed , since the normal Homeric Greek for
sexual intercourse is philoteti migenai ' to mix together in love ' ( philotes , a noun
 ...

Author: Simon Goldhill

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521315794

Category: Drama

Page: 302

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An advanced critical introduction to Greek tragedy for those who do not read Greek. Combines the best contemporary scholarly analysis of the classics with a wide knowledge of contemporary literary studies in discussing the masterpieces of Athenian drama.
Categories: Drama

A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect

A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect

A similar account is to be given of the ' Accusative of the Whole and Part , ' which
is very common in Homer ; e.g. TÒV ... This is made probable ( 1 ) by the traces in
Homeric Greek of Instrumental and Locative Čase - forms , and ( 2 ) by the ...

Author: David Binning Monro

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon P

ISBN: CHI:32010936

Category: Greek language

Page: 436

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A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect by David Monro Binning, first published in 1891, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. Restoration Editors' mission is to bring long out of print manuscripts back to life. Some smudges, annotations or unclear text may still exist, due to permanent damage to the original work. We believe the literary significance of the text justifies offering this reproduction, allowing a new generation to appreciate it.
Categories: Greek language

Homeric Whispers

Homeric Whispers

What is certain about the map of a would-be “pre-Homeric Greek world” of, say, ±
1,000 BC, is that, as any classical atlas will show, it is marked with the names of
peoples and places mentioned in the Iliad and Odyssey2, when, in point of fact, ...

Author: Roberto Salinas Price

Publisher: Scylax Press

ISBN: 9780910865111

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 286

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"Homeric Whispers" is divided into three basic parts: (1) A comparison between the geography of Asia Minor and the Dalmatian Coast that shows contradictions in the presumed site of Troy in Asia Minor. (2) A full geography of Troy in the Dalmatian Coast and its corresponding placenames and archaeological ruins. (3) How the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey" originally written in a Slavic dialect entered the Greek world and became translated by a bicultural community into the Greek language.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Homer

Homer

A dwelling on the supposed Tirynthian plan differs from this Greek type in a vital
respect . ... house - walls at Tiryns , - of doubtful age and origin , - are accepted as
at once sufficing to upset all the plainest evidence of the Homeric text .

Author: Richard Claverhouse Jebb

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015004059823

Category:

Page: 202

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Ancient Greece from Homer to Alexander

Ancient Greece from Homer to Alexander

Homer Iliad 6.441–446 Yes, my wife, all that is on my mind, too, but I would feel
deep shame [aideomai] in front of the Trojan men ... Reciprocal gift-giving and
hospitality were also the mark of xenia (Homeric Greek: xeinia), or guest-
friendship, ...

Author: Joseph Roisman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118300954

Category: History

Page: 176

View: 534

With fresh, new translations and extensive introductions andannotations, this sourcebook provides an inclusive and integratedview of Greek history, from Homer to Alexander the Great. New translations of original sources are contextualized byinsightful introductions and annotations Includes a range of literary, artistic and material evidencefrom the Homeric, Archaic and Classical Ages Focuses on important developments as well as specific themes tocreate an integrated perspective on the period Links the political and social history of the Greeks to theirintellectual accomplishments Includes an up-to-date bibliography of seminal scholarship An accompanying website offers additional evidence andexplanations, as well as links to useful online resources
Categories: History

The Growth and Influence of Classical Greek Poetry

The Growth and Influence of Classical Greek Poetry

Homeric poetry as a presage of Greek holding a definite province in the
government of the world , or a special relation to the energies of mankind ; each ,
too , a person , of a certain aspect and with certain qualities . These persons are ...

Author: Richard Claverhouse Jebb

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101074942945

Category: Greek poetry

Page: 257

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Categories: Greek poetry

Homer an Introduction to the Iliad and the Odyssey

Homer  an Introduction to the Iliad and the Odyssey

A dwelling on the supposed Tirynthian plan differs from this Greek type in a vital
respect . ... house - walls at Tiryns , — of doubtful age and origin , — are accepted
as at once sufficing to upset all the plainest evidence of the Homeric text .

Author: Richard Claverhouse Jebb

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN3HHX

Category:

Page: 201

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Essay on the Influence of the Homeric Poems on the Greek Nation

Essay on the Influence of the Homeric Poems on the Greek Nation

The same cause , too , which swept from the Grecian literature the majority of the
numerous compositions , that must ' certainly have intervened between the age of
Homer and Archilochus , retarded , with double force , the rise of prose writing .

Author: Homer

Publisher:

ISBN: CHI:34934322

Category:

Page: 101

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Later Derrida

Later Derrida

If we consider Homer, for a moment, we may recall that his epics brought what we
know as Ancient Greek into being ... in any narrow sense — for one can find
polyglossia in such works, given that Homeric Greek wasn't Attic Greek or, in fact,
 ...

Author: Herman Rapaport

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135776077

Category: Philosophy

Page: 160

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"First Published in 2002, Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."
Categories: Philosophy