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The Rough Guide to Greek Islands 7
9 February 2013

The Rough Guide to Greek Islands 7
The Rough Guide to Greek Islands 7
English | ISBN: 1858289483 | 2009 | PDF | 732 pages | 18.7 MB

The Rough Guide to Greek Islands is the ultimate travel guide with clear maps and detailed coverage of the Greek Islandsí best attractions. Discover the vibrant Greek Islands from the historic mass of Crete and barely inhabited islets to Athensí sea-set suburbs and lively nightlife. Our detailed Greek Islands maps help you find stunning temples, frescosed chapels and hidden coves, with detailed listings of the liveliest bars and atmospheric accommodation the Greek Islands have to offer. New full-colour features explore the Greek Islandís highlights, including the best Greek Island beaches and the Greek Islandís finest cuisine. Find detailed practical advice on local products, sections exploring history, music, archaeology and wildlife, combined with information on living in Greece, navigating your way around the Greek Islandís extensive ferry network and comprehensive coverage of the Greek Islandsí glittering festivals. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Greek Islands.
Learn Greek: Vocabulary 2001
12 January 2013

Learn Greek: Vocabulary 2001
Learn Greek: Vocabulary 2001
Greek / English | PDF Book & Audio CDs | MP3 128 Kbps (1 channel) | 299 MB
Genre: Learning Greek

Master Greek with Learn Greek - Word Power 2001. This e-book is a completely new way to learn Greek vocabulary fast! Start speaking Greek in minutes with the powerful learning methods you will master in this book. The vocabulary words youíll find in Learn Greek - Word Power 2001 were hand selected by our Greek language teachers as the top 2001 most frequently used words in the Greek language. With each entry, youíll see the word and a vibrant image to help remember the meaning. Youíll hear the word (separate free download) to master the pronunciation. Then youíll see how the word is actually used in everyday speech with sample sentences and phrases. Learning Greek vocabulary has never been easier!
Greek Prepositions: From Antiquity to the Present
21 August 2010

Greek Prepositions: From Antiquity to the Present
Greek Prepositions: From Antiquity to the Present
Oxford University Press 2010 | 320 | ISBN: 0199556857 | PDF | 2 Mb
This is the most comprehensive history of the Greek prepositional system ever published. It is set within a broad typological context and examines interrelated syntactic, morphological, and semantic change over three millennia. By including, for the first time, Medieval and Modern Greek, Dr Bortone is able to show how the changes in meaning of Greek prepositions follow a clear and recurring pattern of immense theoretical interest. The author opens the book by discussing the relevant background issues concerning the function, meaning, and genesis of adpositions and cases. He then traces the development of prepositions and case markers in ancient Greek (Homeric and classical, with insights from Linear B and reconstructed Indo-European); Hellenistic Greek, which he examines mainly on the basis of Biblical Greek; Medieval Greek, the least studied but most revealing phase; and Modern Greek, in which he also considers the influence of the learned tradition and neighbouring languages. Written in an accessible and non-specialist style, this book will interest classical philologists, as well as historical linguists and theoretical linguists. ...
Homer between History and Fiction in Imperial Greek Literature (Greek Culture in the Roman World)
30 September 2011

Homer between History and Fiction in Imperial Greek Literature (Greek Culture in the Roman World)

Homer between History and Fiction in Imperial Greek Literature Greek Culture in the Roman World

2010 | 258 | ISBN: 0521194490 | PDF | 1 Mb

Did Homer tell the 'truth' about the Trojan War? If so, how much, and if not, why not? The issue was hardly academic to the Greeks living under the Roman Empire, given the centrality of both Homer, the father of Greek culture, and the Trojan War, the event that inaugurated Greek history, to conceptions of Imperial Hellenism. This book examines four Greek texts of the Imperial period that address the topic - Strabo's Geography, Dio of Prusa's Trojan Oration, Lucian's novella True Stories, and Philostratus' fictional dialogue Heroicus - and shows how their imaginative explorations of Homer and his relationship to history raise important questions about the nature of poetry and fiction, the identity and intentions of Homer himself, and the significance of the heroic past and Homeric authority in Imperial Greek culture. ...
Greek Art: From Prehistoric to Classical
24 September 2010

Greek Art: From Prehistoric to Classical

Greek Art: From Prehistoric to Classical

Metropolitan Museum of Art 2000 | 246 | ISBN: 0870999729 | PDF | 3 Mb

This publication was designed not only to introduce the Museum's collection of Greek art to teachers and their students, but also to provide them with a general grounding in ancient Greek culture, from the prehistoric period to the end of the Classical age. Its range of resources gives educators great flexibility in engaging students of any age with the art of ancient Greece. Included are a brief history of Athens from the 6th to the 4th century B.C.; a look at key aspects of 5th-century Greek life (including myths and religion, philosophy and science, music, poetry, sports, the symposium, and warfare); discussions of Greek art, artists, materials, and the influence of Greek subjects in the art of other eras; suggested activities and lesson plans; a map of the ancient Greek world; a timeline; and a bibliography....
Greek Popular Religion in Greek Philosophy
6 January 2011

Greek Popular Religion in Greek Philosophy

Greek Popular Religion in Greek Philosophy by Jon D. Mikalson

Oxford University Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0199577838 | 320 pages | PDF | 14 MB

Jon D. Mikalson examines how Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and other Greek philosophers described, interpreted, criticized, and utilized the components and concepts of the religion of the people of their time - practices such as sacrifice, prayer, dedications, and divination. The chief concepts involved are those of piety and impiety, and after a thorough analysis of the philosophical texts Mikalson offers a refined definition of Greek piety, dividing it into its two constituent elements of `proper respect' for the gods and `religious correctness'. He concludes with a demonstration of the benevolence of the gods in the philosophical tradition, linking it to the expectation of that benevolence evinced by popular religion.
Michel Thomas Method - Greek Foundation and Greek Advanced Course
2 July 2012

Michel Thomas Method - Greek Foundation and Greek Advanced Course

Michel Thomas Method - Greek Foundation and Greek Advanced Course
12xAudio CDs in MP3 / Greek: MP3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: ~12 hours | 1.05 GB
Genre: Greek language

Moving along at a relaxed, slow pace, punctuated by amusing anecdotes and jokes from the teacher, the new words, phrases and language rules are gently introduced and reinforced through subtle repetition without ever being tedious. In fact, despite a distinct emphasis on non-work, the course proves very effective and enjoyable, and its format is ideal for learning anywhere you like. So, if you only want to learn to speak the language, this course is highly recommended.
BBC - Greek Myths: Tales of Travelling Heroes (2010) PDTV XviD AC3-MVGroup
21 November 2010

BBC - Greek Myths: Tales of Travelling Heroes (2010) PDTV XviD AC3-MVGroup
BBC - Greek Myths: Tales of Travelling Heroes (2010)
English | Subtitle: English | PDTV XviD AC3-MVGroup | AVI | XviD 704x400 1593Kbps 25fps | AC3 160Kbps 2CH 48KHz | 1hr 28mn | 1.10GB
Genre: Documentary

Eminent classical historian Robin Lane Fox embarks on a journey in search of the origins of the Greek myths. He firmly believes that these fantastical stories lie at the root of western culture, and yet little is known about where the myths of the Greek gods came from, and how they grew. Now, after 35 years of travelling, excavation and interpretation, he is confident he has uncovered answers. From the ancient lost city of Hattusas in modern Turkey to the smouldering summit of the Sicilian volcano Mount Etna, the documentary takes the viewer on a dazzling voyage through the Mediterranean world of the 8th century BC, as we follow in the slipstream of an intrepid and mysterious group of merchants and adventurers from the Greek island of Euboea. Itís in the experiences of these now forgotten people that Lane Fox is able to pinpoint the stories and encounters, the journeys and the landscapes that provided the source material for key Greek myths. And along the way, he brings to life these exuberant tales - of castration and baby eating, the birth of human sexual love, and the titanic battles with giants and monsters from which the gods of Greek myth were to emerge victorious.
An Introduction to Greek Tragedy
16 April 2011

An Introduction to Greek Tragedy

An Introduction to Greek Tragedy by Ruth Scodel

C--dge University Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0521705606 | 230 pages | PDF | 12 MB

This book provides a brief and accessible introduction to Greek tragedy for students and general readers alike. Whether readers are studying Greek culture, performing a Greek tragedy, or simply interested in reading a Greek play, this book will help them to understand and enjoy this challenging and rewarding genre. An Introduction to Greek Tragedy provides background information; helps readers appreciate, enjoy, and engage with the plays themselves; and gives them an idea of the important questions in current scholarship on tragedy.
Greek Athletics in the Roman World: Victory and Virtue
30 September 2011

Greek Athletics in the Roman World: Victory and Virtue

Greek Athletics in the Roman World: Victory and Virtue

2005 | 329 | ISBN: 0199279306 | PDF | 10 Mb

The enduring importance of Greek athletic training and competition during the period of the Roman Empire has been a neglected subject in past scholarship on the ancient world. This book examines the impact that Greek athletics had on the Roman world, approaching it through the plentiful surviving visual evidence, viewed against textual and epigraphic sources. It shows that the traditional picture of Roman hostility has been much exaggerated. Instead Greek athletics came to exercise a profound influence upon Roman spectacle and bathing culture. In the Greek east of the empire too, athletics continued to thrive, providing Greek cities with a crucial means of asserting their cultural identity while also accommodating Roman imperial power. ...