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Classical Greek is an exciting and challenging language to learn. But what is the difference between Ancient Greek and Classical Greek?

Ancient Greek is the umbrella term for the Greek in which ancient literature was written. Specifically, Koine Greek is the language of the New Testament written in the first and second century AD/CE, while Homeric epics were written down sometime around the eighth century BC/BCE. Classical Greek is the Greek the fifth century BC/BCE during which so many famous writers flourished, for example, historians Xenophon and Thucydides, and playwrights Aristophanes and Aeschylus.

So much great literature was written in ancient Greek. Whether you're interested in the tragedies of Sophocles, the Homeric epics, the philosophy of Plato or the New Testament, join me to start your journey with the ancient Greek language.

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HELEN MCVEIGH

About me

I am a classical Greek tutor, with experience of teaching in classroom settings as well as providing individual tuition, from beginners up to A level standard. My Masters degree in Classics and Ancient History is from Queen's University Belfast. I am Convenor of the Classical Association in Northern Ireland and vice-chair of the Classical Association of Ireland.

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GUIDE TO THE GREEK ALPHABET AND WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN ANCIENT GREEK


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