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GREK101Beginning Greek IFundamentals of grammar, composition, and reading of ancient Greek. Selected readings from graduated texts, short stories, and dramas; introduction to ancient Greek civilization.
GREK102Beginning Greek IIContinuation of GREK 101; development of fundamentals of grammar, composition, and reading of ancient Greek. Selected readings from graduated texts, short stories, and dramas; introduction to ancient Greek civilization.Prerequisite: GREK-101
GREK201Intermediate GreekIntensive grammar review; polishing and reinforcement of basic skills in ancient Greek; readings and discussions of selected works; continued exploration of the ancient Greek legacy. Prerequisite: GREK-102
GREK405HomerRepresentative readings, in Greek, from either the Iliad or the Odyssey. May be repeated.Prerequisite: GREK-201
GREK410Attic ProseRepresentative readings, in Greek, from one or more Attic prose authors (e.g. Plato, Lysias, Xenophon). Possible genres include oratory, philosophy, history, and criticism. May be repeated.Prerequisite: GREK-201
GREK475Topics in GreekReadings to be offered in response to the needs and interests of majors and minors. Topics and/or authors typically include those not offered in the standard curriculum, and may include tragedy, Hellenistic poetry, historians, and lyric, among others. May be repeated.Prerequisite: GREK-201