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The Greek Language

The Greek Language Author Leonard R. Palmer
ISBN-10 1853994669
Release 2011-03-31
Pages 370
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This study of the Greek language is divided into two parts. The first is an outline history of the language and the second is a comparative-historical account of the grammar. The chapters in the first part deal with the pre-history (Greek and Indo-European, and the Anatolian languages), the Linear B tablets, the Greek dialects, the literary languages in poetry and prose, and finally post-classical Greek. Part two offers a concise account of the historical phonology and morphology of Greek. The book is aimed at readers whose interest is literary, as well as those approaching Greek form a philological viewpoint. It includes a range of quotations from Greek authors.

The Greek language

The Greek language Author Basil Ferris Campbell Atkinson
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4027112
Release 1931
Pages 354
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The Greek language has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Greek language also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Greek language book for free.

Standard Languages and Language Standards Greek Past and Present

Standard Languages and Language Standards     Greek  Past and Present Author Michael Silk
ISBN-10 9781317050582
Release 2016-04-01
Pages 396
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Standard Languages and Language Standards: Greek, Past and Present is a collection of essays with a distinctive focus and an unusual range. It brings together scholars from different disciplines, with a variety of perspectives, linguistic and literary, historical and social, to address issues of control, prescription, planning and perceptions of value over the long history of the Greek language, from the age of Homer to the present day. Under particular scrutiny are the processes of establishing a standard and the practices and ideologies of standardization. The diverse points of reference include: the Hellenistic koine and the literary classics of modern Greece; lexicography in late antiquity and today; Byzantine Greek, Pontic Greek and cyber-Greek; contested educational initiatives and competing understandings of the Greek language; the relation of linguistic study to standardization and the logic of a standard language. The aim of this ambitious project is not a comprehensive chronological survey or an exhaustive analysis. Rather, the editors have set out to provide a series of informed overviews and snapshots of telling cases that both illuminate the history of the Greek language and explore the nature of language standardization itself. The volume will be important for students and scholars of the Greek language, past and present, and, beyond the Greek example, for sociolinguists, historians and social scientists with interests in the role of language in the construction of identities.

A History of the Greek Language

A History of the Greek Language Author Francisco Rodríguez Adrados
ISBN-10 9789004128354
Release 2005
Pages 345
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"A History of the Greek Language" is a kaleidoscopic collection of ideas on the development of the Greek language through the centuries of its existence.

How Biblical Languages Work

How Biblical Languages Work Author Peter James Silzer
ISBN-10 0825495938
Pages 258
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A practical and easy-to-understand guide to the logical structure of both Hebrew and Greek. Ideal for biblical language students.

Learn Ancient Greek

Learn Ancient Greek Author
ISBN-10 0760739781
Release 2003
Pages 216
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With enthusiasm and wry wit, author Jones takes you step by step through the rudiments of the Western World's first great language--the medium of Plato and the New Testament. Introduces the Greek alphabet, explains each grammar point in layman's terms, gives plenty of study hints, provides answers for the exercises, and even presents a "to-do" list at the end of most chapters. Not too far into the book you'll already be reading masterful Greek literature, in extracts chosen from such authors as Plato, Sophocles, and Thucydides. Offers a discussion of Greek history and culture in each chapter, and another feature that looks closely at Greek words, with special emphasis on related words in English.--From publisher description.

The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages

The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages Author Thomas Stratton
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600092888
Release 1870
Pages 100
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The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Celtic Origin of a Great Part of the Greek and Latin Languages book for free.

A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language

A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language Author Egbert J. Bakker
ISBN-10 1444317407
Release 2010-01-28
Pages 704
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A comprehensive account of the language of Ancient Greek civilization in a single volume, with contributions from leading international scholars covering the historical, geographical, sociolinguistic, and literary perspectives of the language. A collection of 36 original essays by a team of international scholars Treats the survival and transmission of Ancient Greek Includes discussions on phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics

The Legacy of the Greek Language

The Legacy of the Greek Language Author
ISBN-10 0648000826
Release 2017-01-01
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The Legacy of the Greek Language, compiled and edited by Professor George Kanarakis, Charles Sturt University, Australia, is a collective volume of thirty-six specialised studies by thirty-five noted scholars. Derived from primary research, this volume evidences the unique contribution made by Greek from antiquity to the present, initially to the languages of Europe and then to other languages of the world, as well as to the cultures of their peoples.To gauge the scale of the legacy of Greek, thirty languages are examined which extend geographi


Greek Author Geoffrey Horrocks
ISBN-10 1444318926
Release 2009-12-23
Pages 528
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Greek: A History of the Language and its Speakers, Second Edition reveals the trajectory of the Greek language from the Mycenaean period of the second millennium BC to the current day. • Offers a complete linguistic treatment of the history of the Greek language • Updated second edition features increased coverage of the ancient evidence, as well as the roots and development of diglossia • Includes maps that clearly illustrate the distribution of ancient dialects and the geographical spread of Greek in the early Middle Ages

Read and Speak Greek

Read and Speak Greek Author Hara Garoufalia-Middle
ISBN-10 1903103215
Release 2008-10
Pages 96
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Book & CD. "Read & Speak Greek" teaches you basic vocabulary and explains sentence structures for eight key areas of everyday life -- introducing yourself, saying where you are from, asking what things are, asking where things are located, describing objects and people, asking how to get around, talking about your family, and describing what you do. The accompanying CD features all the key words and phrases so you can hear how they are pronounced and also includes lively activities for listening and speaking practice. Inside you will find: Clear explanations of how to use basic phrases in everyday conversations; Entertaining activities, games, and puzzles with which to check your progress; Illustrated flash cards to help you memorise key phrases; Every title in the series includes a free 60-minute audio CD for pronunciation, listening and speaking practice.

Greek A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language

Greek  A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language Author David Holton
ISBN-10 9781136626388
Release 2012-03-29
Pages 688
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Greek: A Comprehensive Grammar of the Modern Language has become firmly established as the leading reference guide to modern Greek grammar. With its detailed treatment of all grammatical structures, its analysis of the complexities of the language and its particular attention to areas of confusion and difficulty, it is the first truly comprehensive grammar of the language to be produced. It provides a study of the real patterns of use in contemporary Greek This second edition continues to focus on the Greek spoken and written by native speakers today. Taking account of recent changes to the Greek language, this new edition features: Significantly expanded material on many areas, including syntax and phonology A new chapter on derivational morphology and other word formation processes including compounding and acronym formation Examples drawn from everyday spoken usage as well as official, journalistic and online discourse, such as newspapers, blogs and discussion groups A significantly expanded index of English terms and Greek words and a revised glossary of terms The Grammar will be an essential reference source for the adult learner and user of Greek. It is ideal for independent study and for use in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes, up to an advanced level.

Language and Society in the Greek and Roman Worlds

Language and Society in the Greek and Roman Worlds Author James Clackson
ISBN-10 9781316297803
Release 2015-04-30
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Texts written in Latin, Greek and other languages provide ancient historians with their primary evidence, but the role of language as a source for understanding the ancient world is often overlooked. Language played a key role in state-formation and the spread of Christianity, the construction of ethnicity, and negotiating positions of social status and group membership. Language could reinforce social norms and shed light on taboos. This book presents an accessible account of ways in which linguistic evidence can illuminate topics such as imperialism, ethnicity, social mobility, religion, gender and sexuality in the ancient world, without assuming the reader has any knowledge of Greek or Latin, or of linguistic jargon. It describes the rise of Greek and Latin at the expense of other languages spoken around the Mediterranean and details the social meanings of different styles, and the attitudes of ancient speakers towards linguistic differences.

When God Spoke Greek

When God Spoke Greek Author Timothy Michael Law
ISBN-10 9780199781720
Release 2013-08-15
Pages 216
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Most readers do not know about the Bible used almost universally by early Christians, or about how that Bible was birthed, how it grew to prominence, and how it differs from the one used as the basis for most modern translations. Although it was one of the most important events in the history of our civilization, the translation of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek in the third century BCE is an event almost unknown outside of academia. Timothy Michael Law offers the first book to make this topic accessible to a wider audience. Retrospectively, we can hardly imagine the history of Christian thought, and the history of Christianity itself, without the Old Testament. When the Emperor Constantine adopted the Christian faith, his fusion of the Church and the State ensured that the Christian worldview (which by this time had absorbed Jewish ideals that had come to them through the Greek translation) would leave an imprint on subsequent history. This book narrates in a fresh and exciting way the story of the Septuagint, the Greek Scriptures of the ancient Jewish Diaspora that became the first Christian Old Testament.

Understanding Language

Understanding Language Author Donald Fairbairn
ISBN-10 9780813218663
Release 2011-07-20
Pages 190
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Understanding Language includes major sections on the noun and verb systems of the classical languages.

A Linguistic History of Ancient Cyprus

A Linguistic History of Ancient Cyprus Author Philippa M. Steele
ISBN-10 9781107042865
Release 2013-11-07
Pages 296
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The first comprehensive treatment of the languages and scripts of Cyprus, from the Late Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period.

Languages of Armeni

Languages of Armeni Author Source Wikipedia
ISBN-10 1157606113
Release 2010-06
Pages 108
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Greek language, Aramaic language, Russian language, Armenian language, Kurdish language, Moksha language, Eastern Armenian language, Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Kurmanji, Sureth, Kurdish dialects, Lomavren language, Armenian Sign Language. Excerpt: Aramaic is a Semitic language belonging to the Afroasiatic language family. The name of the language is based on the name of Aram, an ancient region in central Syria. Within this family, Aramaic belongs to the Semitic subfamily, and more specifically, is a part of the Northwest Semitic group of languages, which also includes Canaanite languages such as Hebrew and Phoenician. Aramaic script was widely adopted for other languages and is ancestral to both the Arabic and modern Hebrew alphabets. During its 3,000-year written history, Aramaic has served variously as a language of administration of empires and as a language of divine worship. It was the day-to-day language of Israel in the Second Temple period (539 BCE - 70 CE), was the original language of large sections of the biblical books of Daniel and Ezra, was the language spoken by Jesus, and is the main language of the Talmud. In Islam, the word "Allah" is used for "God," which has its etymology in Aramaic, as well as in Arabic and Hebrew. Aramaic's long history and diverse and widespread use has led to the development of many divergent varieties which are sometimes treated as dialects. Therefore, there is no one singular Aramaic language, but each time and place has had its own variation. Aramaic is retained as a liturgical language by certain Eastern Christian churches, in the form of Syriac, the Aramaic variety by which Eastern Christianity was diffused, whether or not those communities once spoke it or another form of Aramaic as their vernacular, but have since shifted to another language as their primary community langu...