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Cycling through life

I’ve been thinking about cycles. A cycle is something that repeats, like the rotation of a wheel, or the rotation of the earth. A true cycle never has an end until something external affects it, and the same is true for the start of a cycle in that something external to the cycle has to happen to start the cycle off. 1,195 more words

Philosophy

Herodas Mime 7

      Metro
Kerdos, I bring to you these (women).
Do you have any skilled work worthy of
Your hands to show them?
       Kerdon
Not in vain, Metro, do I love you. 1,017 more words

Ancient Greek

Welcome to Ancient Comedy in Translation

We are a group of Classical Philologists and we are setting up a website which features ancient Greek and Roman comedy in translation. This is the beta version and a larger one will be operational soon. 108 more words

Ancient Greek

Keep Your Greek (31)

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Today’s encouragement comes from Con Campbell in his little book Keep Your Greek.

Keeping your Greek can be so hard, and the journey fraught with disappointments like backsliding, that life will be easier without it.

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38 Students at Public University are Registered for Ancient Greek--Why?

I have tweeted more than once about my surprise at having many more students registered for Ancient Greek than usual (my previous record was 26; 41 were registered last evening; 39 are registered now). 332 more words

Greek

Keep Your Greek (30)

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Paradigms:
Write out or recite the Future, Active, Indicative, of λυω – to loose
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