Ancient Greek 3

  • Course Number: 2001
  • Subject: Greek (Ancient)
  • Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Description:

    This course consolidates the understanding of the language of the ancient Greeks through the close reading of unadapted texts. Readings in ancient Greek prose, usually Greek oratory (such as a political speech from the Athenian Assembly or a legal speech from a trial), a short dialogue by Plato, or a satirical piece by Lucian (a Syrian who lived during the Roman Empire).

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  • Pre-requisites:

    Ancient Greek 2 (at Temple, Greek [Ancient] 1002 or Greek [Ancient] 1003), or equivalent, with a minimum grade of C-.