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Keep Your Greek (18)

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Write out or recite the Aorist, Middle, Subjunctive, of λυω – to loose
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Keep Your Greek (17)

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This is an excellent video on how medieval codices (books) were made. It is just over 6mins long, really well produced and provides an insight into a time before the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press of the 1450s. 240 more words

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Recent Sketch Dailies entries that are missing from here.

I haven’t posted on here for awhile, I’m definitely not dead or anything. In fact I post a lot, just not here very often. This is my more formal online ‘hang out’ yet I post a few times a week on Twitter: … 90 more words

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Gregory of Nyssa, Ad Ablabium - pdf release

I’m very pleased to release a pdf version of Gregory of Nyssa’s Ad Ablabium, On Not Three Gods today.

The text represents not only a significant Patristic work, but I dare say a real step forward; there are simply very little helps for Greek students wishing to transition from either Classical texts or Koine Greek to the later Church Fathers, and to my knowledge there are no real student or reader editions of this kind of material. 79 more words

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Keep Your Greek (16)

Encouragement, Comments & Other Information

Paradigms
Write out or recite the Present, Middle/Passive, Subjunctive, of λυω – to loose
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A Classical Education in Dundee, courtesy of the McManus

Last Thursday I was lucky enough to get up to Dundee to catch two excellent exhibitions at the McManus gallery and museum before they closed: “Roman Empire: Power & People”, on tour from the British Museum, and “Classical Art: The Legacy of the Ancients”, curated by the McManus in response. 846 more words

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