GREEK 302 - Second-Year Greek
Section: 001 Homer
Term: WN 2018
Subject: Greek (GREEK)
Department: LSA Classical Studies
Lang Req
Credit Exclusions:
No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in GREEK 508. Graduate students should elect as GREEK 508.
Waitlist Capacity:
Advisory Prerequisites:
GREEK 102 or 103.
Other Course Info:
The language requirement is satisfied with successful completion of both GREEK 301 AND 302. W.
Lang Req:
This course is part of the Language Requirement sequence.
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

Reading of Homer's epic poetry in the original Greek, with translation and grammatical explanation. The Iliad and Odyssey are the oldest, and still arguably the greatest, works of European literature. They are written in the most beautiful and intricate metrical patterns, in a language that goes back thousands of years (apart from Chinese, Greek is the language with the longest recorded history that is still spoken today).

Course Requirements:

Midterm and final examination.

Intended Audience:

This is fourth-semester ancient Greek, intended for those who have passed Greek 301 or its equivalent.

GREEK 302 - Second-Year Greek
Schedule Listing
001 (REC)
M 4:00PM - 6:00PM
F 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Note: Meets with Greek 508
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Best buy is via the publisher, Bloomsbury, at Please order it as soon as you register so that we can start reading Homer from the start of classes!
ISBN: 9781853995026
Homer, Odyssey, Author: ed. with introd. and comm. by W. B. Stanford., Publisher: Bristol Classical Press Repr. 2001
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