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Crash Course in Ancient Greek
Jennifer Hogan
Mon Jan 10 thru Fri Jan 14, 04-05:30pm, TBA

No limit but advance sign up required (see contact below)
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)

Ancient Greek is the language of philosophy, math, the New Testament, and literature. Come learn the basics of the language in an informal setting. Perfect as a preface for further study or a way of learning more about ancient Greek and Mediterranean culture. We'll be focusing on Attic Greek, the form of the language spoken around Athens. We'll cover the alphabet and be able to construct sentences by the end of the course. Any knowledge of Latin or Latinate languages (like Spanish or French) will be helpful, but it is not required.
Contact: Jennifer Hogan, 255-9330, jhogan@mit.edu
Sponsor: Pagan Students
Latest update: 22-Oct-2004

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