Special post for Linear B students: how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and vice versa:

The following tables illustrate how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and vice versa. 13 more words

Special post for Linear B students: how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and vice versa:

The following tables illustrate how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and vice versa. 13 more words

Last time I covered the topic of numbers, cases, genders and types of declensions in Ancient Greek. Today I’ll write about the accent in the declension, the basic declension rules and articles. 293 more words

Greetings

Thank you for taking the time to read these posts. There is a lot of information below to help you keep chipping away at your Greek. 1,111 more words

Greetings

Thank you for taking the time to read these posts. There is a lot of information below to help you keep chipping away at your Greek. 1,058 more words

Iolaus is the name of Hercules’s mortal nephew, the son of his mortal half-brother Iphicles in Greek myth. He not only helped his uncle with some of his Labors, including defeating the Hydra, but he was also depicted as being the lover of Hercules as well. 51 more words