From: G. Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 07 2001 - 03:45:24 EDT
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From: "B. D. Colt" <email@example.com>
To: "G. Ross" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Biblical Greek"
Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2001 6:07 AM
Subject: Re: [b-greek] Roman Names into Greek
> On 5 Oct 01, at 15:34, G. Ross wrote:
> > For example, how would a first-century A.D. Greek write Roman names like
> > Caecilius, Metella, Quintus, and Grumio? Kaikilios, Metellh, Kuintos,
> > Grumiw?
> Ah-ha! The Cambridge Latin Course.
> Barbara D. Colt, mailto:email@example.com
> St John the Evangelist, San Francisco
Another San Franciscan, I see. I live near Civic Center.
How did you become familiar with the _Cambridge Latin Course_, if I may ask?
I love it. I think it is an incredibly well-designed set of textbooks.
I only wish that scholars and teachers interested in helping laymen read the
NT could get together and form a committee to produce a set of textbooks
similar to the design of the CLC. The narrative could be about someone who
witnesses the fall of the Second Temple, perhaps a Hellenistic Jew who later
converts to Christianity. That could produce a very exciting narrative.
Any of you out there interested?
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