Re: FWIW: Relatively easy classical Greek texts

From: Edgar Krentz (
Date: Wed May 05 1999 - 16:15:31 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

Carl, this is a very useful list. I think many would also be helped by the
Bryn Mawr commentaries.

Edgar Krentz
Professor of New Testament Emeritus
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
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