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外围体育投注I'm just finishing the first chapter and the only remark about accents was the briefest of explanations 'if you want to use them'. Perhaps it comes later? I'm finding myself having to scroll back and forth between pages to copy it the diacritics when I'm doing a grammar exercise with an unknown word.

外围体育投注I know there are resources to learn them (I have hansen and quinn)

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Hey everyone!

外围体育投注I am reading If Not, Winter and the Sappho fragments translated by Anne Carson (I have no knowledge of ancient greek) and I keep coming across certain letters/words written between symbols like this --> <χ>

Fragment 147 is the example i have in mind but I can't find the exact letter on my keyboard. Can anyone tell me what this means when a certain letters is placed between these symbols?


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外围体育投注I've only recently begun to teach myself Ancient Greek and I've found a proper noun for a city, "Μεσσένη", but there were no information about this word from the sources available for me. My textbook says it's just a city name.

I thought it represented Messina at first but Messina is Μεσσήνη differently. So I cannot recognise which city Μεσσένη is, or, just typo?

Whole sentence using this is like below - "ἡ ὁδὸς ἡ ἐκ τῆς Μεσσένης εἰς τὴν Ἀρκαδίαν ἦγεν ὑπὲρ πετρῶν ἢ διὰ ὑλῶν." So I feel like the city is somewhat accessible from Ἀρκαδία.

Anyone could help me?

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Χαίρετε! I just finished a 2-semester Harvard Summer School Greek course (I'm going to be a senior in high school next year, so can't continue with Greek the way a normal Harvard student would, which is why I'm asking), which used Reading Greek. Would anybody have any suggestions for what to do next? The instructors recommended Mastronarde for a good grammar review (which I think might be useful too), and I've also heard suggestions of just jumping into Xenophon's Anabasis (if I decide to do that, probably'd get the Loeb version). I'd also like to try learning spoken Ancient Greek: I've heard Polis外围体育投注 is decent for starting out. You people are all very knowledgeable, so anything, whether new stuff or just feedback on stuff I've heard is much appreciated!

Χάριν ὑμᾶς!

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For example, it’s far more simple just to use Ανγελος instead of Άγγελος.

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