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Athenaze Bk. II : An Introduction to Ancient Greek

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Pub. Date:
7/3/2003
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Oxford University Press
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Summary

Combining the best features of traditional and modern methods, Athenaze: An Introduction to Ancient Greek, 2/e, provides a unique course of instruction that allows students to read connected Greek narrative right from the beginning and guides them to the point where they can begin readingcomplete classical texts. Carefully designed to hold students' interest, the course begins in Book I with a fictional narrative about an Attic farmer's family placed in a precise historical context (432-431 B.C.). This narrative, interwoven with tales from mythology and the Persian Wars, graduallygives way in Book II to adapted passages from Thucydides, Plato, and Herodotus and ultimately to excerpts of the original Greek of Bacchylides, Thucydides, and Aristophanes' Acharnians. Essays on relevant aspects of ancient Greek culture and history are also provided. New to the Second Edition: * Short passages from Classical and New Testament Greek in virtually every chapter * The opening lines of the Iliad and the Odyssey toward the end of Book II * New vocabulary and more complete explanations of grammar, including material on accents * Many new exercises and additional opportunities for students to practice completing charts of verb forms and paradigms of nouns and adjectives * Updated Teacher's Handbooks for Books I and II containing translations of all stories, readings, and exercises; detailed suggestions for classroom presentation; abundant English derivatives; and additional linguistic information * Offered for the first time, Student Workbooks for Books I and II that include self-correcting exercises, cumulative vocabulary lists, periodic grammatical reviews, and additional readings

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
H EΠIΔAYPO&Σ (α)
2(16)
The Passive Voice: -θη- 1st Aorist Passive and -θη- 1st Future Passive
4(4)
Healing Sanctuaries: Asclepius and Epidaurus
8(2)
H EΠIΔAYPO&Σ (β)
10(5)
The Passive Voice: -η- 2nd Aorist Passive and -η- 2nd Future Passive
13(1)
Aorist of Deponent Verbs
13(2)
OI ΠEPΣAI TAΣ AΘHNAΣ ΔEYTEPON AIPOYΣIN
15(1)
Classical Greek: Miracle Cures
16(1)
New Testament Greek:
John 1.1--2: The Beginning of the Gospel
17(1)
John 1.14: The Incarnation
17(1)
John 1.29: John the Baptist Beholds Jesus
17(1)
O AΣKΛHΠOΣ (α)
18(18)
The Verbs διδωμι and τιθημι
20(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (112)
20(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (116)
21(3)
Sparta and Corinth
24(2)
O AΣKΛHΠOΣ (β)
26(6)
The Verb τιθημι
29(3)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (29)
32(1)
H EN TAIΣ ΠΛATAIAIΣ NIKH
32(2)
Classical Greek: Miracle Cures
34(1)
New Testament Greek: John 1.32, 33, and 49: Pronouncements about Jesus
35(1)
O NOΣTOΣ (α)
36(20)
The Genitive Absolute
38(1)
The Verb ιστημι: Formation and Meaning
39(2)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (41)
41(1)
Mycenae
42(3)
Classical Greek: Theognis
45(1)
O NOΣTOΣ (β)
46(4)
The Verb ισ&tua;ημι: Forms
49(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (27)
50(2)
The Verbs καθιστημι and αφισταμαι
51(1)
OI EΛΛHNEΣ TOYΣ ΠEPΣAΣ KATA ΘAΛATTAN ΔEYTEPON NIKΩΣIN
52(3)
New Testament Greek: John 2.1--8: The Wedding at Cana
55(1)
O NOΣTOΣ (γ)
56(16)
The Verb δεικνυμι
58(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (43)
58(2)
War Clouds
60(2)
O NOΣTOΣ (δ)
62(6)
The Verb ιημι
64(3)
Verbs That Take Supplementary Participles: λανθανω, τυγχανω, φθανω, and φαινoμαι
67(1)
OI AΘHNAIOI TOYΣ ΛAKEΔAIMO-NIOYΣ ANAMIMNHIΣKOYΣIN
68(2)
New Testament Greek: John 2.9--11: The Wedding at Cana (concluded)
70(1)
Classical Greek: Tyrtaeus
71(1)
New Testament Greek: John 3.1--3: Nicodemus Visits Jesus
71(1)
H EKKΛHΣIA (α)
72(18)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (83)
74(3)
The Subjunctive Mood
75(1)
Forms of the Subjunctive
75(2)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (44)
77(3)
Uses of the Subjunctive Mood
78(2)
The Athenian Democracy
80(2)
H EKKΛHΣIA (β)
82(6)
The Subjunctive of -μι Verbs
85(3)
OI AYTOYPΓOI ANIΣTANTAI
88(1)
Classical Greek: Solon
89(1)
New Testament Greek: John 3.4--7: Nicodemus Visits Jesus (concluded)
89(1)
H ANAΣTAΣIΣ (α)
90(16)
Clauses of Fearing
92(1)
Indefinite or General Clauses
93(4)
Athenian Democracy in Action
97(2)
New Testament Greek: John 5.1--9: The Healing at the Pool Called Bethzatha
99(1)
H ANAΣTAΣIΣ (β)
100(4)
Indirect Statements and Questions
102(2)
H NOΣOΣ
104(1)
Classical Greek: Solon
105(1)
H EΣBOΛH (α)
106(18)
Indirect Statements with Infinitives
108(3)
Indirect Statements with Participles
111(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (8)
111(1)
The Peloponnesian War: First Phase (431--421 B.C.)
112(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (119)
113(1)
H EΣBOΛH (β)
114(4)
Indirect Statements with oτι/ωσ, Infinitive, or Participle?
116(1)
The Verb φημι
117(1)
The Articular Infinitive
118(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (73 and 135)
118(2)
Relative Pronouns and Their Antecedents: Some Special Cases
119(1)
Prepositional Prefixes and Euphony
120(1)
O ΠEPIKΛHΣ
120(2)
Classical Greek: Solon
122(1)
New Testament Greek: John 6.47--51: Jesus the Bread of Life
122(2)
EN ΔIΔAΣKAΛΩN (α)
124(16)
Comparison of Adjectives
126(1)
Irregular Comparison of Adjectives
127(1)
oπωσ + Future Indicative in Object Clauses after Verbs Expressing Care or Effort
128(1)
Greek Education
129(3)
EN ΔIΔAΣKAΛΩN (β)
132(4)
More Irregular Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
134(1)
Declension of Comparative Adjectives
135(1)
O HPOΔOTOΣ THN IΣTOPIAN AΠOΔEIKNYΣIN
136(2)
Classical Greek: Hesiod
138(1)
New Testament Greek
John 8.12: Jesus the Light of the World
139(1)
John 8.31--32: The Truth Will Make You Free
139(1)
John 9.1--7: Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind
139(1)
O KPOIΣOΣ TON ΣOΛΩNA ΞENIZEI (α)
140(20)
The Optative Mood Used to Express Wishes
142(1)
The Potential Optative
143(1)
The Optative Mood in Subordinate Clauses
143(2)
The Forms of the Optative
145(3)
Herodotus
148(2)
O KPOIΣOΣ TON ΣOΛΩNA ΞENIZEI (β)
150(6)
The Optative of -μι Verbs
153(2)
The Optative Mood in Indirect Statements and Indirect Questions
155(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (128)
156(1)
O ΣOΛΩN TON KPOIΣON OPΓIZEI
157(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (93)
158(1)
New Testament Greek: John 10.2--4, 9, and 11--16: The Parable of the Sheepfold
159(1)
O KPOIΣOΣ TON ΠAIΔA AΠOΛΛYΣIN (α)
160(19)
Conditional Sentences
162(4)
Shame and Guilt
166(2)
O KPOIΣOΣ TON ΠAIΔA AΠOΛΛYΣIN (β)
168(6)
Adverbial Accusatives and the Accusative of Respect
171(1)
The Accusative Absolute
172(1)
The Verbal Adjective in -τεoσ
173(1)
O AΔPHΣTOΣ EAYTON ΣΦAZEI
174(2)
Classical Greek: Hesiod (concluded from Chapter 24)
176(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (40)
176(1)
New Testament Greek: John 11.1, 3--5, 17, 19--27, and 38--44: The Death and Resurrection of Lazarus
177(2)
O KPOIΣOΣ EΠI TON KYPON ΣTPATEYETAI (α)
179(25)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (110)
182(8)
The Perfect Tense: Middle/Passive Participles
183(1)
Perfective Aspect
184(1)
The Perfect Tense: Middle/Passive: Indicative, Subjunctive, Optative, Imperative, and Infinitive
185(1)
The Perfect Tense: Middle/Passive Forms
186(1)
The Pluperfect Tense: Indicative Only
187(1)
The Pluperfect Tense: Middle/Passive Forms
187(1)
The Dative of Agent with Perfect and Pluperfect Passives
188(2)
Signs, Dreams, and Oracles
190(3)
New Testament Greek: John 20.11--18: Jesus, Risen from the Dead, Appears to Mary Magdalene
193(1)
O KPOIΣOΣ EΠI TON KYPON ΣTPATEYETAI (β)
194(6)
Perfect Reduplication and Augment
196(1)
Perfect and Pluperfect Middle/Passive of Verbs with Stems Ending in Consonants
197(3)
H ΛABΔA ΣΩIZEI TO ΠAIΔION
200(2)
Classical Greek: Xenophanes of Kolophon
202(1)
Homeric Greek: Homer, Iliad 1.1--7
203(1)
O AΠOΛΛΩN TON KPOIΣON ΣΩIZEI (α)
204(25)
The Perfect Active
206(1)
The -κα 1st Perfect Active: Forms
207(1)
The Perfect Tense: Stems
208(1)
Aspect
209(1)
The Pluperfect Tense: Indicative Only
209(1)
The -κη 1st Pluperfect Active: Forms
210(1)
The -α 2nd Perfect Active and the -η 2nd Pluperfect Active
210(1)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (104)
211(1)
Rationalism and Mysticism
212(3)
Homeric Greek: Homer, Odyssey 1.1--10
215(1)
O AΠOΛΛΩN TON KPOIΣON ΣΩIZEI (β)
216(2)
Greek Wisdom: Heraclitus (102)
218(3)
Verbs Found Most Commonly in the Perfect and Pluperfect Tenses
219(1)
The Verb oιδα
219(2)
O KPOIΣOΣ ΓIΓNΩΣKEI THN EAYTOY AMAPTIAN
221(3)
AΛΛOΣ ΛOΓOΣ ΠEPI TOY KPOIΣOY
224(5)
MEΓA TO THΣ ΘAΛAΣΣHΣ KPATOΣ (α)
229(20)
Thucydides
232(1)
Greek Wisdom: Socrates
233(1)
MEΓA TO THΣ ΘAΛAΣΣHΣ KPATOΣ (β)
234(2)
MEΓA TO THΣ ΘAΛAΣΣHΣ KPATOΣ (γ)
236(2)
MEΓA TO THΣ ΘAΛAΣΣHΣ KPATOΣ (δ)
238(3)
The Downfall of Athens
241(1)
Greek Wisdom: Socrates
242(1)
Greek Wisdom: Socrates
243(1)
MEΓA TO THΣ ΘAΛAΣΣHΣ KPATOΣ (ε)
244(2)
Greek Wisdom: Socrates
246(3)
Complex Sentences in Indirect Statement: Primary Sequence
247(2)
AXAPNHΣ (α)
249(25)
Aristophanes and Old Comedy
249(3)
AXAPNHΣ (β)
252(8)
AXAPNHΣ (&gamm;)
260(4)
AXAPNHΣ (&deta;)
264(10)
Complex Sentences in Indirect Statement: Secondary Sequence
271(3)
Verb Charts 274(3)
Forms 277(32)
Index of Language and Grammar 309(9)
Greek to English Vocabulary 318(34)
English to Greek Vocabulary 352(17)
General Index 369(7)
List of Maps 376(1)
Acknowledgments 376(1)
List of Illustrations 377


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