C. W. Shelmerdine, Introduction to Greek. Second edition. Newburyport, MA: Focus Publishing, Pp. xiv, ISBN Introduction to Greek by Cynthia W. Shelmerdine, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Introduction to Greek has 20 ratings and 2 reviews. Introduction to Greek, Second Edition is an introductory text to Classical Greek. It is designed for.
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It had previously been thought that only palatial centres of the Mycenaean culture held records. Bryn Mawr Classical Review Where possible she continues to introduce middle or middle – passive forms with active ones.
Thomas Achord rated it really liked it Aug 05, Both texts have previously received individual attention on BMCR: It is designed for the first full year course and it concentrates on the basics in a way that allows the material to be covered easily in courses that meet three times a week over the course of two semesters.
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These two second edition textbooks have the same basic aim, which is to teach the fundamentals of ancient Greek to college level students in such a way that they are able to confront real Greek texts after one year’s teaching or, in the case of Luschnig, within one year.
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Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Kaitlyn rated it liked it Mar 20, Reviewed by Kirsty Jenkins, University of Manchester kirsty. Shelmerdine’s book is introductioon well laid-out with clear tables and large, easy-to-read text.
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Back cover copy This is a complete new edition of Cynthia Shelmerdine’s introductory Classical Greek text. Where many of the words in the reading have nowhere else appeared in the book, students are left to look these words up — a time consuming endeavor that could be easily eliminated with a straightforward running vocabulary. Designed for the first full year course, this text concentrates on the basics in a way that allows the material to be covered easily in courses that meet three times a week over the course of two semesters.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review. The vocabularies too are rather long 3 and I fear that coupled with the grammar to be learnt in each section this will prove off-putting and overwhelming to most students.
It offers relatively early on a number of different genitive, dative, and accusative case usages and makes good use of a variety of common Greek idioms in the exercises. Jessica Harmon rated it liked it Nov 16, I chose it after carefully vetting several other recently published introductory Greek textbooks because I liked the clean, uncluttered presentation.
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The website connected with the Luschnig text is a nice bonus and will doubtless be invaluable to many students and teachers. Beanca added it Jan 22, Luschnig and Deborah Mitchell. Even the pithy Greek proverbs and sayings which are scattered throughout the chapters are translated. shelmerdne
She suggested that cooking of meats by private individuals was replaced by banquets organised by palatial elites who arranged the provision of meat. Retrieved from ” https: I used this book in a 14 week summer Independent Study in with a young lady from a nearby town who wanted to learn a year’s worth of Greek ontroduction she went off to college.
Both books cover all the grammar usually associated with classical Greek, although Shelmerdine does not cover the future perfect tense and neither author covers the dual forms. Des rated it really liked it Apr 23, She received a doctorate in classical philology from Harvard University in To ask other readers questions about Introduction to Greekplease sign up.
Jul 23, max rated it liked it Shelves: In the case of Shelmerdine this consists of slightly adapted readings from Xenophon, Herodotus, Thucydides and in one case Plato, although the majority of readings are taken from Herodotus. Catherine is currently reading it Dec 22, Shelmerdine has been praised for her integration of archaeological, philological, epigraphic and anthropological data in Mycenaean studies.
Her foremost contributions have been to Late Helladic pottery, and the textual and epigraphical study of Linear B. Here I go, auditing a Greek class at the University of Utah.