Penn State Penn State: College of the Liberal Arts

Department ofClassics and Ancient
Mediterranean Studies

GREEK 203: Ancient Greek Reading

GREEK 203: Ancient Greek Reading

GREEK 203 is the third course in the introductory ancient Greek language sequence. The aim of this course is to help students increase their familiarity with forms and vocabulary, as well as gain confidence in their ability to read, appreciate, and interpret ancient Greek literature. Students will be introduced to advanced grammar and syntax and will read extensive passages of ancient Greek prose. Greek prose composition will also comprise a significant component of this course. Possible authors covered in this course may include but are not limited to: Plato, Xenophon, Herodotus, Attic orators, and Lucian. The prerequisite for this course is GREEK 102 or the permission of the instructor.


Laura Marshall
Assistant Professor of Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
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