Koine I

Koine I. 6 weeks, 2 hours per week. Koine (Κοινή) or Hellenistic is a form of the Ancient Greek language spoken and written during the Hellenistic period, the Roman Empire and the early Byzantine Empire. Koine is the language of the Christian New Testament, of the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible (Septuagint ) and of most early Christian theological writing by the Church Fathers.  In this course we will learn about: the Greek alphabet grammar rules syntax rules Afterwards, we will study passages from the New Testament. Join now!

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An introduction to Homer

An introduction to Homer . 12 weeks, 1 hour per week. With this course we will attempt to view aspects of the Homeric world. We will study selected passages from Iliad and Odyssey in English translation*.We will learn about: the epic poetry Homer the Trojan war the adventures of Ulysses *In order to study passages in Ancient Greek you must have advanced knowledge of the language. Join now!

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Ancient Greek drama

Ancient Greek drama, 12 weeks, 1 hour per week. With this course we will enter the world of the theatre. We will learn about: The origins of the drama Etymology The Ancient Greek theatre The tragedies of Aeschylus The tragedies of Sophocles The tragedies of Euridides The comodies of Aristophanes In order to study passages in Ancient Greek you must have advanced knowledge of the language. Join now!

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Ancient Greek language I

Ancient Greek language I. For beginners, 16 weeks, 2 hours per week This course is an entry to Ancient Greek. During these 16 weeks we will learn about: the origins of the Greek language the alphabet the pronounciation aspects of Greek history and culture grammar rules syntax rules Meanwhile we will work on passages from Aristotle Isocrates Our purpose is to engage with the Ancient Greek language as well as with the way of thinking in the Ancient Greek civilization. Join now!

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