From: Scott Sherwood (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 11 1999 - 13:25:20 EDT
I have two nephews in elementary school.
I know that historically, seven year olds were starting to learn
ancient Greek as a second or third language in some times and places (
though more often it came later, after latin ).
I can't expect my sister to have them poring over Lidell-Scott's
lexicon. She would think I was torturing them, or putting undue
Are there any materials for small kids, perhaps with some pictures,
phonetics, focus on alphabet? Maybe one Gospel, in story form? Or a
kid's encyclopedia of ancient Greek?
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