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  • GREEK 101  Elementary Classical Greek I

    Description:
    Fundamentals of ancient Attic Greek, designed to complete a standard, basic textbook with Greek 102. (Course offered in the fall only.) Students are allowed to receive credit for both GREEK 101 and GREEK 151 in any order.   More Info

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  • GREEK 102  Elementary Classical Greek II

    Description:
    A continuation of Greek 101. (Course offered in the spring only.)   More Info

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  • GREEK 151  Biblical Greek I

    Description:
    This course offers an introduction to koine (Hellenistic) Greek, with particular emphasis on the great Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible and on the Christian New Testament. Grammar, vocabulary, and reading skills acquired in this course are readily transferable to the study of Greek literature of earlier periods as well. Students are allowed to receive credit for both GREEK 101 and GREEK 151 in any order.   More Info

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  • GREEK 211  Intermediate Greek

    Description:
    Review of basic principles and introductory reading of a prose author: Plato, Lysias. (Course offered in the fall only.)   More Info

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  • GREEK 222  Intermediate Greek II: Homer

    Description:
    Introductory reading in the Iliad or Odyssey; continuation of Greek 211; credit may be applied toward any departmental major. (Course offered in the spring only.) Note: Either Greek 222 or Greek 224 is a prerequisite for all Greek courses at or beyond the 300 level. Students may not receive credit for both Greek 222 and 224.   More Info

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  • GREEK 301  Attic Orators

    Description:
    Selected readings in Lysias, Demosthenes, and other major orators; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 302  Plato

    Description:
    Readings in selected dialogues, background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 303  Aeschylus

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    Reading of selected tragedies; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 304  Sophocles

    Description:
    Reading of selected tragedies; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 305  Euripides

    Description:
    Reading of selected tragedies; background and scholarship.   More Info

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  • GREEK 306  Aristophanes

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    Reading of selected comedies; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 307  Herodotus

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    Reading of selected books of the histories; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 308  Thucydides

    Description:
    Reading of selected books of the histories; background and scholarship.   More Info

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  • GREEK 310  Epic Poetry

    Description:
    Advanced reading of Homer's Iliad and/or Odyssey; background and scholarship.   More Info

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    • TBA
  • GREEK 397  Special Topics

    Description:
    This course will cover selected topics in Greek, taught by staff or visiting lecturers   More Info

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  • GREEK 478  Independent Study

    Description:
    Directed projects in Greek language and literature.   More Info

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  • GREEK 479  Independent Study

    Description:
    Directed projects in Greek language and literature.   More Info

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  • GREEK 490  Honors

    Description:
    Special projects in Greek language and literature for honors candidates.   More Info

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