FWIW: Relatively easy classical Greek texts

From: Carl W. Conrad (cwconrad@artsci.wustl.edu)
Date: Mon May 03 1999 - 17:36:03 EDT

I don't know whether this has any interest for Koine people, but I've
recently put up, for the sake of my students who've just finished a
first-year course in Attic, a short list of suggested summer reading to
keep one's Greek from going rusty before their next formal course. These
are mainly classical Attic texts from fifth and fourth century, but they
are relatively (whatever that means) easy, and if anyone is interested in
exploring some relatively easy Attic prose, here are some suggestions:


Carl W. Conrad
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