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An Introduction to Greek
 

This standard textbook introduces students to ancient Greek in an organized, systematic way. Review lessons are included at logical intervals and the last six of 79 chapters are reviews of participles, infinitives, subjunctives, optatives, imperatives, and indicatives.

 
 

Herodotus: The Wars of Greece and Persia
 
This book offers a fascinating introduction to Herodotus, the "father of history" and master storyteller. The introductory stories are laid out in a presentation that brings the reader comfortably along through the simplified language. The book includes student notes, vocabulary, and introductions.
 
 

Kaegi's Greek Grammar
 

First published in 1884, Kaegi's Greek Grammar was designed for beginning students with this principle in mind: "The study of grammar is but to aid the reading of Greek." Kaegi's approach enjoyed wide acceptance and acclaim, with translations into Bohemian, Russian, French, and Polish. In its 21st edition, the book remains an excellent tool for helping students achieve Greek literacy.

 
 

Longus' Daphnis & Chloe: An Annotated Edition
 

This edition of a popular Greek text is designed for intermediate college classroom use. Students enjoy Longus' Daphnis and Chloe, a tale about young love and country life, without needing much background knowledge. Longus' Greek is straightforward and provides opportunity for a thorough review of Attic Greek. The running glossary and explanations of the grammar and syntax serve to move the reading along, allowing the instructor to decide when review is necessary.

 
 

Reading the Gospel of St Mark in Greek: A Beginning
 

Reading the Gospel of St. Mark in Greek: A Beginning empowers students to read and appreciate the Gospel of Mark and biblical Greek as a whole. The introduction presents a summary description of the alphabet, pronunciation, accents, and grammar, making simple and brief comparisons between English and Greek. The main body of the book includes the Greek text, running vocabulary, and notes on each page. The format allows for rapid reading, comprehension, and retention. Each new word is repeated fifteen times in the running vocabulary. Any words not mastered after this can be found in the vocabulary list in the back. This text is inclusive and allows a reader to enjoy the Greek language and the Gospel of Mark without the need for a separate dictionary or grammar book.

 
 

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