CW's Ancient Greek and Latin language page

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News etc. Ancient Greek Latin

new timetables 16-17: MT LT ET

new Prelims and Part I 2016–2017 reading lists here (html)

• Ancient Greek & Latin numbers 1-20 Quizlet here

• Chinese (pinyin) & Ancient Greek numbers 1-20 Quizlet here

• Chinese (pinyin) & Latin numbers 1-20 Quizlet here

• Jane Ellen Harrison on verbal aspect here (pdf)

• .cam access to Loebs (link to site)

Loebolus (link to Loebs in the public domain)

• Ancient Greek and Latin metrical feet flashcards ( link)

• Latin animals Quia Quizlet

• Ancient Greek antonyms and word-pairs here ( link)

• Brill IEDO .cam link here (offsite here)

• Ancient Greek key noun phrase generator here

• try a short poem (AG 5 & Cat.)

• clause shuffler here

• incremental reader here

Odyssey textbook: CUP &

• Ancient Greek verb drills here (courtesy of James Harriman-Smith)

• random frequent word here

• information for prospective applicants on Classics at Clare (link)

• recommended reading for prospective, incoming & current students in doc or html (html updated)

• OCR vocabulary materials here (link)

Crito wordlists: alphabetical (pdf), by frequency (pdf), by part of speech (pdf); activities here; deck here

Odyssey 19 & 20 wordlists here (link)

how to type in Greek (pdf)

Greek letters on Mac OS X (pdf)

Greek letters on Windows (pdf)

how to install Gentium (link)

Unicode hex input (pdf)

• guide to writing Cambridge "practical criticisms" here (pdf)

• tips on writing Cambridge essays here (pdf)

• style sheet for essays here (pdf)


Henri-Joseph-François Triqueti's 1865 intarsia of Homer reciting on Delos

new Grote's History of Greece (click image for link to pdfs)

new common Attic words Quizlets 1-1000 here 1001-2000 here

new imperfect or second aorist? BrainRush here

new Chandler's accents here (large pdf)

new Riddell's Apology and 'digest of Platonic idiom' (p. 124 ff.) here (large pdf)

new Yonge-Drisler English-Greek Lexicon here (large pdf)

new Monro's Iliad commentary (link to pdfs)

new Ancient Greek alphabet BrainRush with voice or without

• understanding Ancient Greek principal parts PowerPoint here

• Cambridge Ancient Greek language packs for incoming students: Intensive version here & Non-Intensive version here (large pdfs)

• 45 critical principal parts: pdf Quia Quizlet

• tables here (html pages)

verb-form maker & drills here

• verb-form generator here

• phrase generator here

Reading Greek vocabulary materials here — plus all 133 principal parts here

tense and aspect tables (pdf)

paradigm tests

• Michaelmas Term Greek principal parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (pdfs)

• Lent Term Greek principal parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (pdfs)

LT quizzes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 + 10 random forms (links to

• Easter Term Greek principal parts 1, 2, 3, 4 (pdfs)

materials for Cambridge Classics Part IA Greek texts

materials based on Owen and Goodspeed's Homeric Vocabularies (plus "fighting words" material)

materials for language classes and supervisions

Greek verb synopses (pdf)

• digital flashcard materials:

Attic εἰμί sum, εἶμι ibo, οἶδα

Ionic εἰμί sum, εἶμι ibo

Lysias 1 vocabulary (unaccented)

• confusing Η and Ω words in Greek here (pdf)

• Euripides frequency lists: top 1000 (doc or pdf) and 2nd 1000 (doc or pdf) most frequently used words in Euripides

Iliad 1, 3, 6, 21 & 24 wordlists alphabetical or by frequency or part of speech (pdfs after WordHoard) or guess a random word from the lists here

• IB IG Iliad wordlist doc or pdf

• try an online Greek crossword puzzle: easy verbs, Homeric verbs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Ingres' Vergil reading the Aeneid: click image for Hirtzel's OCT

new GCSE wordlist Quizlets

new sortes Vergilianae (Aen. 1)

new Conington & Nettleship Vergil commentary here

new Tacitus Annales 1 running vocabulary here (pdf) text here (docx)

new 400+ Latin principal parts here (html page)

Louis Jacoby's 1863 sketch of Mommsen

new Mommsen's History of Rome (click image for link to pdfs)

new fifty dates from Roman Republican history here (Quizlet)

new Smith-Hall English-Latin Dictionary here (large pdf)

new Mueller's Pro Caelio (pdf)

new Ovid's Metamorphoses 4 vocab on Quizlet here

new BrainRush regular & irregular verbs

• Cambridge Latin language pack for incoming students here (large pdf)

new In Catilinam 1 prezi

new In Catilinam 1 vocabulary flashcards Quia Quizlet

new Latin noun phrase generator here

• 101 critical principal parts: pdf Quia Quizlet

• tables here (html pages)

• paradigm tests: adjectives, nouns, verbs

materials based on Kennedy's Latin Primer

verb conjugation quizzes

• online flashcards:

Cicero Pro lege Manilia Quia Quizlet iFlipr

Vergil Aeneid 8 Quia Quizlet iFlipr

Latin verb synopses (pdf)

Latin unseens

links (some via Raven):

lexica etc. LSJ/L&S LSJ TLL (scroll to it) ΛΟΓΕΙΟΝ LEXILOGOS Cunliffe via TLG Numen Glossa Woodhouse Whitaker (PC only?) ND Engl.-Lat. Du Cange Dizionario Etimologico

texts etc. Perseus PhiloLogic TLG van Thiel's homerpur (full unaccented text of the Iliad and Odyssey in pdf) ChicHom LECTRIX PHI BTL (scroll to it) BREPOLiS thelatinlibrary bA MQDQ Tesserae NoDictionaries

palaeography & epigraphy etc. PapPal PHI GI E-D CSAD Ancient Lives BL MSS Trismegistos InsAph CIL AIO MAMA XI BL MSS

reference & bibliography etc. OxRef Pauly DCM APh JSTOR BMCR TOCS-IN CamComp CHO OED LacusCurtius

varia Diogenes Mastronarde Stoa The Digital Classicist Textkit Many Eyes pleiades DMRE Arachne aoidoi silva rhetoricae linguistics eresources OHCGL Greek Myth Comix

I'm Dr Charles Weiss and I teach for the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge and for Clare College (as Director of Studies, Lecturer, Tutor and Fellow), Cambridge. This website is intended for my students and for anyone learning Ancient Greek and Latin. Please e-mail me any corrections and comments—feedback welcome.

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