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Athenaze, Workbook I

An Introduction to Ancient Greek

Revised Third Edition

Maurice Balme, Gilbert Lawall, and The late James Morwood

February 2016

ISBN: 9780190607685

240 pages
Paperback
235x191mm

Price: £21.99

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Table of Contents

    Preface
    List of Historical Essays
    List of Maps
    List of Color Plates
    About the Authors
    Introduction
    Map of Greece and the Aegean Sea
    1. O ΔIKAIOΠOΛIΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: Stems and Endings
    2. Nouns: Genders, Stems, Endings, Cases, and Agreement
    3. U se of the Definite Article
    Reading
    The Athenian Farmer
    O ΔIKAIOΠOΛIΣ (β)
    Grammar
    4. Accents
    Readings
    O KΛHPOΣ
    Classical Greek: Heraclitus
    New Testament Greek: Title page of the Gospel of Luke
    2. O ΞANΘIAΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: Indicative Mood; 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Persons Singular
    2. Proclitics
    3. The Imperative
    Readings
    Slavery
    Greek Wisdom: Cleobulus of Lindos
    O ΞANΘIAΣ (β)
    Grammar
    4. Articles, Adjectives, and Nouns; Singular, All Cases
    5. U ses of the Cases
    6. Persistent Accent of Nouns and Adjectives
    7. Recessive Accent of Verbs
    Readings
    O ΔOΥΛOΣ
    Classical Greek: Callimachus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 3.22
    3. O APOTOΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: 3rd Person Plural, Imperatives, and Infinitives
    Reading
    The Deme and the Polis
    O APOTOΣ (β)
    Grammar
    2. Articles, Adjectives, and Nouns; Singular and Plural, All Cases
    3. Accent Shifting
    Readings
    OI βOEΣ
    Classical Greek: Menander
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.46
    4. ΠPOΣ THI KPHNHI (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: All Persons, Singular and Plural
    2. Declensions of Nouns and Adjectives
    3. Feminine Nouns and Adjectives of the 1st Declension
    Readings
    Women
    Greek Wisdom: Pittacus (of Mitylene)
    ΠPOΣ THI KPHNHI (β)
    Grammar
    4. Masculine Nouns of the 1st Declension
    5. Feminine Nouns of the 2nd Declension
    6. 1st and 2nd Declension Adjectives
    7. Two Irregular Adjectives
    8. Formation of Adverbs
    9. The Definite Article as Case Indicator
    Readings
    AI ΓΥNAIKEΣ TOΥΣ ANΔPAΣ ΠEIΘOΥΣIN
    Classical Greek: Callimachus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.45
    5. O ΛΥKOΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Contract Verbs in -a-
    2. Recessive Accent of Finite Verbs
    3. Article at the Beginning of a Clause
    4. Elision
    Readings
    Gods and Men
    Greek Wisdom: Chilon of Sparta
    O ΛΥKOΣ (β)
    Grammar
    5. Agreement of Subject and Verb
    6. Personal Pronouns
    7. Attributive and Predicate Position
    8. Possessives
    9. The Adjective aὐτόΣ, -ή, -ό
    Readings
    O APΓOΣ TA ΠPOβATA ΣΩIZEI
    Greek Wisdom: The Seven Wise Men
    Classical Greek: Anacreon
    New Testament Greek: Luke 4.22 and 24
    6. O MΥΘOΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: ΠΛέΩ
    2. Verbs: Voice
    3. Verb Forms: Middle Voice
    4. Deponent Verbs
    Reading
    Myth
    O MΥΘOΣ (β)
    Grammar
    5. Middle Voice: Meaning
    6. Some Uses of the Dative Case
    7. Prepositions
    Readings
    O ΘHΣEΥΣ THN APIAΔNHN KATAΛEIΠEI
    Classical Greek: Marriage
    New Testament Greek: Luke 13.10-16
    7. O KΥKΛΩΨ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Substantive Use of Adjectives
    2. Nouns: Declensions
    3. 3rd Declension Consonant Stem Nouns: Velar and Dental Stems
    4. Reflexive Pronouns
    Reading
    Homer
    O KΥKΛΩΨ (β)
    Grammar
    5. 3rd Declension Consonant Stem Nouns: Nasal Stems
    6. 3rd Declension Consonant Stem Nouns: β, Π, Φ (Labial) and Λ, p
    (Liquid) Stems
    7. A 3rd Declension Adjective: ΣώΦpΩv, ΣΩ.Φpov, of sound mind;
    prudent; self-controlled
    8. The Interrogative Pronoun and Adjective
    9. The Indefinite Pronoun and Adjective
    Readings
    O TOΥ ΘHΣEΩΣ ΠATHP AΠOΘNHIΣKEI
    Classical Greek: Sophocles
    Greek Wisdom: Thales of Miletus
    8. ΠPOΣ TO AΣTΥ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Participles: "Present" or Progressive: Middle Voice
    Readings
    Athens: A Historical Outline
    Classical Greek: Archilochus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 5.20-21
    ΠPOΣ TO AΣTΥ (β)
    Grammar
    2. 3rd Declension Consonant Stem Nouns: Stems in -p-
    3. Two Important Irregular Nouns: ἡ ΓΥvή, τH.Σ ΓΥvaιKόΣ, woman; wife,
    and ἡ Χείp, τH.Σ ΧειpόΣ, hand
    4. 1st/3rd Declension Adjective: Πa.Σ, Πa.Σa, Πa.v, all; every; whole
    Reading
    Greek Wisdom: Periander of Corinth
    Grammar
    5. Numbers
    6. Expressions of Time When, Duration of Time, and Time Within Which
    Readings
    O OΔΥΣΣEΥΣ KAI O AIOΛOΣ
    Classical Greek: Sappho: The Deserted Lover: A Girl's Lament
    9. H ΠANHΓΎPIΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Participles: Present or Progressive: Active Voice
    Reading
    The City of Athens
    H ΠANHΓΥPIΣ (β)
    Grammar
    2. 3rd Declension Nouns with Stems Ending in -vτ-
    3. 3rd Declension Nouns with Stems Ending in a Vowel: ἡ ΠόΛιΣ and τὸ ἄΣτΥ
    4. 3rd Declension Nouns with Stems Ending in Diphthongs or Vowels:
    ὁ βaΣιΛεΎΣ and the Irregular Nouns ἡ vaΥ.Σ and ὁ βoΥ.Σ
    5. U ses of the Genitive Case
    6. Some Uses of the Article
    Readings
    O OΔΥΣΣEΥΣ KAI H KIPKH
    Classical Greek: Simonides
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.31-33: The Sermon on the Mount
    REVIEW OF VERB FORMS
    PREVIEW OF NEW VERB FORMS
    10. H ΣΥMΦOPA (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: Verbs with Sigmatic Futures
    2. Verb Forms: The Asigmatic Contract Future of Verbs in -ίζΩ
    3. Verb Forms: The Sigmatic Future of Contract Verbs
    4. Verb Forms: Verbs with Deponent Futures
    Readings
    Festivals
    Classical Greek: Theognis
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.35-36: The Sermon on the Mount
    H ΣΥMΦOPA (β)
    Grammar
    5. Verb Forms: The Asigmatic Contract Future of Verbs with
    Liquid and Nasal Stems
    6. The Irregular Verb εἰ¥µι
    7. Future Participle to Express Purpose
    8. Impersonal Verbs
    9. Review of Questions
    Readings
    O OΔΥΣΣEΥΣ TOΥΣ ETAIPOΥΣ AΠOΛΛΥΣIN
    Classical Greek: Menander and Archilochus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 5.30-32
    11. O IATPOΣ (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: Past Tense: The Aorist
    2. Verb Forms: The Thematic 2nd Aorist
    3. Aspect
    4. Thematic 2nd Aorist Active and Middle Participles
    5. Verb Forms: Common Verbs with Thematic 2nd Aorists
    Readings
    Greek Science and Medicine
    Classical Greek: Theognis
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.20-21: The Beatitudes
    O IATPOΣ (β)
    Grammar
    6. Verbs with Thematic 2nd Aorists from Unrelated Stems
    7. Accents on Thematic 2nd Aorist Active Imperatives
    8. Augment
    Readings
    O ΔHMOKHΔHΣ TON βAΣIΛEA IATPEΥEI
    New Testament Greek: Luke 6.27-29: The Sermon on the Mount
    12. ΠPOΣ TON ΠEIPAIA (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: Past Tense: The Sigmatic 1st Aorist
    2. Sigmatic 1st Aorist Active and Middle Participles
    Readings
    Trade and Travel
    Classical Greek: Scolion: The Four Best Things in Life
    New Testament Greek: Luke 15.3-7: The Parable of the Lost Sheep
    ΠPOΣ TON ΠEIPAIA (β)
    Grammar
    3. Verb Forms: The Asigmatic 1st Aorist of Verbs with Liquid and Nasal Stems
    4. Irregular Sigmatic 1st Aorists
    5. Verb Forms: Augment of Compound Verbs
    Readings
    O KΩΛAIOΣ TON TAPTHΣΣON EΥPIΣKEI
    Greek Wisdom: Bias of Priene
    13. ΠPOΣ THN ΣAΛAMINA (a)
    Grammar
    1. Verb Forms: The Imperfect or Past Progressive Tense
    2. Aspect
    Reading
    The Rise of Persia
    ΠPOΣ THN ΣAΛAMINA (β)
    Grammar
    3. Relative Clauses
    4. 3rd Declension Nouns and Adjectives with Stems in -εΣ-
    5. 1st/3rd Declension Adjective with 3rd Declension Stems in -Υ- and -ε-
    Readings
    O ΞEPΞHΣ TON EΛΛHΣΠONTON ΔIAβAINEI
    Greek Wisdom: Solon of Athens
    Classical Greek: Archilochus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 21.1-4: The Widow's Mite
    14. H EN TAIΣ ΘEPMOΠΥΛAIΣ MAΧH (a)
    Grammar
    1. Comparison of Adjectives
    2. Irregular Comparison of Adjectives
    3. Comparison of Adverbs
    4. U ses of Comparatives and Superlatives
    Readings
    The Rise of Athens
    Classical Greek: Archilochus
    New Testament Greek: Luke 10.25-29: The Good Samaritan (concluded 14 (B))
    H EN TAIΣ ΘEPMOΠΥΛAIΣ MAΧH (β)
    Grammar
    5. Demonstrative Adjectives
    6. Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns, Adjectives, and Adverbs
    Readings
    OI ΠEPΣAI TA ΥΠEP ΘEPMOΠΥΛΩN ΣTENA AIPOΥΣIN
    Classical Greek: Theognis
    New Testament Greek: Luke 10.30-37: The Good Samaritan (concluded)
    15. H EN THI ΣAΛAMINI MAΧH (a)
    Grammar
    1. Athematic 2nd Aorists
    2. More 3rd Declension Nouns with Stems in -εΣ-
    Readings
    Aeschylus's Persae
    New Testament Greek: Luke 2.1-14: The Birth of Jesus
    H EN THI ΣAΛAMINI MAΧH (β)
    Grammar
    3. Contract Verbs in -o-
    4. Contract Nouns of the 2nd Declension
    5. More Numbers
    6. U ses of ὡΣ and Its Compounds
    Reading
    OI ΠEPΣAI TAΣ AΘHNAΣ AIPOΥΣIN
    16. META THN EN THI ΣAΛAMINI MAΧHN (a)
    Grammar
    1. The Passive Voice
    Reading
    The Athenian Empire
    META THN EN THI ΣAΛAMINI MAΧHN (β)
    Grammar
    2. Verbs with Athematic Presents and Imperfects: ΔΎvaµaι, Kει.µaι,
    and ἐΠίΣτaµaι
    Readings
    O ΞEPΞHΣ ΠPOΣ THN AΣIAN ANAΧΩPEI
    Classical Greek: Sappho: Love's Power
    Classical Greek: Simonides
    New Testament Greek: Luke 2.15-20: The Birth of Jesus (concluded)
    Verb Charts
    Syllables and Accents
    Enclitics and Proclitics
    Forms
    Forms of Definite Article, Nouns, Adjectives, and Pronouns Laid Out in
    Case Order N, V, A, G, D
    Index of Language and Grammar
    Greek to English Vocabulary
    English to Greek Vocabulary
    General Index
    Acknowledgments
    Credits

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