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C.A.E. LUSCHNIG

AN INTRODUCTION TO

ANCIENT GREEK
A Literary Approach

Second Edition
Revised by C.A.E. Luschnig and Deborah Mitchell

AN

INTRODUCTION
TO
ANCIENT GREEK
A Literary Approach
Second Edition

C.A.E. Luschnig

AN

INTRODUCTION
TO
ANCIENT GREEK
A Literary Approach
Second Edition
Revised by

C.A.E. Luschnig
Deborah Mitchell

Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
Indianapolis/Cambridge

Copyright © 2007 by Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
All rights reserved
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For further information, please address
Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 44937
Indianapolis, Indiana 46244-0937
www.hackettpublishing.com
Cover design by L. J. Luschnig and Deborah Mitchell
Interior design by Elizabeth L. Wilson and Deborah Mitchell
Composition by Agnew’s, Inc.
Printed at Hamilton Printing Company
The Greek fonts used to create this work are available from www.linguistsoftware
.com/lgku.htm, +1-425-775-1130.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Luschnig, C.A.E.
Introduction to ancient Greek : a literary approach / C.A.E. Luschnig.
2nd ed.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-87220-889-6 (pbk.)
ISBN 978-0-87220-890-2 (cloth)
1. Greek language Grammar. 2. Greek language Readers. I. Title.
PA258.L87 2007
485 dc22
2007014145
eISBN 978-1-60384-024-8 (e-book)

CONTENTS

Preface

ix

Abbreviations and Reference Works

xiii

Introduction
Alphabet and Sounds of Greek
Grammatical Outline

1
1
13

Lesson I
Present Indicative Active and
Middle-Passive of ‑ω Verbs:
The First Principal Part
Nouns of the First (‑η) and
Second (‑ο) Declensions; Article

21

Lesson II
Imperfect Active and MiddlePassive; εἰμί
Adjectives: ‑ος, ‑η, ‑ον and
‑ος, ‑ον Types

43

Lesson III
Future Active and Middle:
The Second Principal Part
First Declension Nouns
Lesson IV
Aorist Active and Middle:
The Third Principal Part
Indirect Statement
v

21
28

43
48
63
63
68
83
83
93

vi

Contents

Lesson V
Third Declension Nouns

105
105

Lesson VI
Third Declension Adjectives
Third/First Declension Adjectives
Irregular Adjectives
Syntax

121
121
122
124
126

Lesson VII
Participles: Present, Future, Aorist
Active and Middle/Middle-Passive

135

Lesson VIII
Pronouns: Interrogative, Indefinite,
Relative Indefinite, Reciprocal
Perfect Active: The Fourth
Principal Part

157

Lesson IX
Pronouns: Personal and Reflexive;
Possessive Adjectives
Perfect Middle-Passive:
The Fifth Principal Part

135

157
162
175
175
184

Lesson X
Comparison of Adjectives,
Adverbs
Aorist and Future Passive: The
Sixth Principal Part

193

205

Lesson XI
Contract Verbs

213
213

Lesson XII
-ΜΙ Verbs

231
231

Lesson XIII
Subjunctive
Optative

249
249
258

193

Contents

Sequence of Moods and
Dependent Clauses

266

Lesson XIV
Imperative
Vocative
Verbals in -τέος and -τέον

271
271
274
275

Appendix I: Paradigms
Appendix II: Syntax
Greek–English Vocabulary
English–Greek Vocabulary
Authors of the Readings
List of Sources for the Readings
Index

281
315
329
355
361
363
369

vii


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