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The Little Sailing: Ancient Greek Texts

The Little Sailing: Ancient Greek Texts
An Electronic Library of Full Texts The object of these pages is to provide ancient Greek texts available to everyone, "without limits, without strings". If you are the owner of a similar site or you know of one, please let me know in order to be included in the links. What you can find hereFrom these pages you can download or read the texts of many ancient Greek writers. Texts with translationYou can browse some texts side by side with the translation. How you can download the textsJust "click" the "download" button for the compressed (zipped) file. FeedbackIf you are interested in some specific texts you can ask me and I will try to upload them asap (if they are available). Related:  Ancient Greek Dictionaries and Lexica

TLG - Home Dictionnaire des Antiquités Grecques et Romaines de Daremberg et Saglio Woodhouse: English-Greek Dictionary The University of Chicago LibraryEnglish-Greek DictionaryA Vocabulary of the Attic Language byS. C. WOODHOUSE, M.A. Late Scholar of Christ Church, OxfordLondon George Routledge & Sons, Limited Broadway House, Ludgate Hill, E.C.1910 Punctuation and spacing must match entries exactly (e.g., Ballot-box or Law giver). Title Page Preface List of Abbreviations: First Page Second Page Return to EFTS: Greek Return to EOS Return to Subject Guide to Classics (Page Image) The ENGLISH-GREEK LEXICON here presented contains features which, I trust, will render it acceptable both to teachers and to learners. Occasionally words have been incorporated from Homer, Herodotus, and Aristotle. I have included in the vocabulary a few late Greek renderings of Latin words such as the names of the Roman magistracies, but have signified in each case that the word lies outside the sphere of classical Attic. It has not been my intention to supply any but the bare outlines of grammatical information.

Perseus Digital Library Hodel What is HoDeL ? The Homeric Dependency* Lexicon (HoDeL) is a free-access resource and allows searching for Homeric verbal entries and their dependents. HoDeL is based on the Ancient Greek Dependency Treebank (AGDT), provided by the Perseus Project. * In HoDeL dependents are dependent nodes labeled as SBJ, OBJ, and PNOM in the AGDT. For more information regarding information retrieval from the AGDT, see ABOUT HoDeL. Who created HoDeL? HoDeL has been created at the University of Pavia (Pavia, Italy) by a team supervised by Silvia Luraghi. Contact details at PEOPLE. What is HoDeL for? HoDeL is a user-friendly resource: with HoDeL users can easily retrieve information concerning a verbal form or lemma and its dependents (see What is HoDeL?). The following filters can be applied to the query by verb: alphabetical order, frequency, Iliad/Odyssey (poem), lemma, form, verbal voice, number of dependents, and order of dependents. Information on filters is available at HELP. Who is HoDeL for?

dicciogriego El buscador de Dicciogriego permite llegar por aproximación al lema, forma o significado buscado; pulse intro para ver la página del lema. Para ello solo hay que seleccionar la lengua (Griego o Español) y escribir o pegar en el cuadro de texto. En la búsqueda no se distinguen mayúsculas y minúsculas, y tampoco espíritus, acentos y tildes. Si busca en griego, puede teclearlo en caracteres latinos en beta code o en caracteres griegos usando teclado de griego Unicode. Por defecto, busca lemas en proceso. Si marca el botón Inverso, la búsqueda de lemas, formas o significados se realiza en sentido inverso, de derecha a izquierda, es decir, se busca esa cadena como parte final de lemas, formas o significados. Si marca cualquiera de los botones En proceso y Acabados para buscar lemas, el buscador de Dicciogriego llegará por aproximación a los lemas en proceso o acabados que contengan esa cadena, se situará sobre el primero de ellos por orden alfabético y mostrará su artículo completo.

Help with Greek Texts: The new TLG (introduction) – The Library of Antiquity The TLG remains one of the most useful Classics tools. Last year, we laid out how to use the ‘classic’ interface in a series of posts. And then (of course!) the site updated, with a completely new look and some new features. Please note: for TLG die-hards, the old TLG is still available! Unlike the old TLG, the new TLG lays out its main features in a horizontal bar at the top of the page. Some of these options, like browse, are actually menus. Once you’ve started searching, you can change your search display options immediately below the keyboard. So, to illustrate the search in action, I’ve chosen to look up the name Caedicius. I could have chosen to make this case-sensitive or an exact match, but I didn’t. In any case, I wanted to maximize my options. This page should look pretty familiar: it’s exactly the same as the pages in the old TLG. Since this passage was fairly easy to find, could I have gotten there a different way? Like this: Like Loading...