Thursday, January 7, 2021

Reading Ancient Greek in the Digital Age

Reading Ancient Greek in the Digital Age 
Prof. Vanessa B. Gorman

An on-line, open-access course in Attic Greek.

Professor of Ancient History
University of Nebraska-Lincoln or

My Teaching Philosophy: A Very New Approach to a Very Old Discipline
Start Here: How to Approach This Course

Unit 1 The Simple Sentence

1.1 Alphabet and Basic Verbs (imperfect and aorist)
Using Alpheios and Making Trees
1.2 Articles and Basic Nouns (1st and 2nd declension)
1.3 Coordinating Conjunctions (mini-lesson)
1.4 Prepositions
1.5 Sentence Adverbs and Emphasizing Particles (mini-lesson)
1.6 Adjectives, Pronouns, and Numbers
1.7 Adverbs
1.8 Third Declension Nouns
1.9 Third Declension Adjectives and Pronouns
Unit 1 Passages from Xenophon, Hellenika 1 (excerpted)

Unit 2 The Complex Sentence

2.1 Verb Tenses and Voices
2.2 Subordinate Clauses with the Indicative
2.3 Infinitives
2.4 Relative Clauses
2.5 Subordinate Clauses with the Subjunctive and Optative
2.6 Participles
2.7 Direct Speech
Passages from Various Authors

Digital Tools

Perseids Project
Perseus Project
Smyth's Greek Grammar

Resource Page

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons License
The material for this class, as well as the material produced by Alpheios, Perseids, and Perseus are all licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. View Legal Code

Alpheios software is licensed under an ISC License.

And see also AWOL's  list of
Open Access Textbooks and Language Primers Relating to the Ancient World 

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