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Ancient Greek Picture Dictionary

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Ancient Greek Picture Dictionary - Read online for free. This is a highly first draft of a picture dictionary for ancient Greek. There are lots of features missing, which I do have locally but am not ready to share quite yet. The idea here is that one can create a visual tool for a language that has not traditionally had such tools. The other idea is that this tool can be made using authentic materials (i.e. pictures of locations and cultural artifacts that directly relate to ancient Greece).

If you spot an error: please don't be afraid to drop me a line. It's digital and easy to fix.

If you recognize your photo and don't see a credit: give me time. I've got a list of who needs what credit. When I get a document that's a bit more ready to go, you'll get proper credit.

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Latin Reflexives: sē and suus, -a, -um

This video introduces the Latin reflexive pronoun and possessive adjective.

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Chronas: History

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Chronas is a history project linking Wikipedia to a dynamic map with a time slider.

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Aeneas' route

The route of Aeneas, the mythologic travel from city of Troy to Rome through 5 countries on Mediterraneum sea : Turkey. Greece, Albania, Tunisia and Italy

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A Short History of the Modern Calendar

Friend me on Facebook! http://on.fb.me/gCSs8F Get some calendars yo http://amzn.to/z9IK6g SOURCES: http://www.obliquity.com/calendar/ http://www.exovedate.co...

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The Future Passive

The future passive may not be the most popular, or even the easiest, of all the tenses, but that shouldn't diminish its importance. By learning about the fut...

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¿Por qué la Operación Frontino se llama así?

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Nuestros blogueros están siempre alerta y pescan al vuelo todo aquello que tiene que ver con el mundo clásico, así pues, no es extraño que la noticia de la puesta en marcha de la Operación Frontino por parte de la policía haya sido recogida por dos personas diferentes, David Paniagua y Rodrigo Río, que la noche…

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ΔΙΑΛΟΓΟΣ 8: caracterísitcas físicas y personalidad.

Vocabulary 8 ΔΙΑΛΟΓΟΣ

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The Imperfect Passive

If you know the imperfect active, then the passive will be a cinch. All you need to do is trade the active endings for passive ones (-r, -ris, -tur, etc.), a...

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Roman History: A Quick Review Jeopardy Template

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, The date of the founding of Rome, The first king of Rome who appointed this many elders to serve as an advisory board, Rome was said to have been built on this many hills, The kingdom period included this many kings

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Perfect Passive Participle

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The Lighthouse of Alexandria and the Ancient Port of Alexandria

Alexandria, Egypt was founded by Alexander the Great in April 331 BC ,and became the capital of the Graeco-Egyptian world. The second largest city in Egypt, ...

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Who Was Hercules? (Heracles)

Heracles is a well known hero from Greek Mythology, however the Hercules mainly shown by the media is not entirely accurate. Here is his story. Leave a like ...

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What if Carthage Replaced Rome?

Rome laid the groundwork for the European continent. What if it was defeated during the Punic Wars by Carthage? What would Carthage have done in its place? H...

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Latines, guerreras, peluquerías y… ¿Ovidio?

Latines, guerreras, peluquerías y… ¿Ovidio? | Post nubila, clarior | Scoop.it
Que el latín «suena» hoy atractivo, elegante o sublime en determinados contextos para el gran público está fuera de toda duda. Basta con leer el periódico a diario, dar un paseo por la calle o incluso mantener una conversación de lo más coloquial para toparse con alguna que otra expresión de cuño latino. El hallazgo…

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