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A Greek Grammar Accidence and Syntax for Schools and Colleges by John Thompson
  

A Greek Grammar Accidence and Syntax for Schools and Colleges

Part of the Cambridge Library Collection - Classics Series

RRP £30.99

Synopsis

A Greek Grammar Accidence and Syntax for Schools and Colleges by John Thompson

John Thompson (c.1866-1936) was Classics master and headmaster (1908-27) at the prestigious High School, Dublin. A competent linguist, he translated from German, produced a Latin primer, and wrote a Sanskrit course, though he opposed the teaching of Irish. He became a Member of the Royal Irish Academy (1912), President of the Classical Association (1918) and was appointed Officier d'Academie by the French government (1927). This work, first published in 1902, was intended for both the beginner and the more advanced student. It concentrates on Attic Greek, covering accidence in part one and syntax in part two, with appendices on accents and sound changes, Homeric accidence, and the weights, measures and calendar used by Attic Greeks. The work was popular with generations of teachers and pupils. It remains a useful resource for the modern student of Greek, and for readers interested in the history of Classics education.

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Book Info

Publication date

11th May 2012

Author

John Thompson

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Publisher

Cambridge University Press an imprint of Cambridge Library Collection

Format

Paperback
516 pages

Categories

Historical & comparative linguistics
Grammar, syntax & morphology

ISBN

9781108050890

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