8 edition of grammar of the Homeric dialect found in the catalog.
|Statement||by D. B. Monro.|
|Series||Clarendon Press series|
|LC Classifications||PA4179 .M6 1891|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 436 p.|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||01018825|
Monro's article on Homer, written for the 9th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica, was revised by him for later versions before he died. He also wrote The Modes of Ancient Greek Music ().. Selected works. A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect (2nd ed., ); Homer: Iliad, Books I-XII, with an Introduction, a Brief Homeric Grammar, and Notes(3rd ed., ). This book is an outstanding introduction and reference to the Homeric langauge. It is a little awkward since the lessons and the grammar readings are in two separate sections of the book. but this makes the book useful as a grammar reference once one has completed the lesson plans/5(11).
A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect () - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect (). It has been thought indeed that the Homeric dialect was a mixed one, mainly Ionic, but containing Aeolic and even Doric forms; this, however, is a mistaken view of the processes of language. 0 There are doubtless many Homeric forms which were unknown to the later Ionic and Attic, and which are found in Aeolic or other dialects.
David Binning Monro is the author of The Modes Of Ancient Greek Music ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 1 review, published ), Homeric Grammar ( avg r /5. Text (for all three quarters) is Schoder and Horrigan, A Reading Course in Homeric Greek (Focus Publishing) This book will introduce you to Ancient Greek in a way which should be not only easier but more satisfying and pleasant than the usual: rather than focusing on Attic Greek (the dialect of, for example, Plato, Demosthenes and Thucydides.
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The admirable Griechische Formenlehre of the late H. Ahrens is now just thirty years old. A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect. David Binning Monro.
Clarendon Press, Preview this book Page - prospective2'. 1 Monro (Homeric Grammar, § ) described this kind of optative as "a softened Future, expressing expectation, or mere admission of possibility 5/5(1).
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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Homeric Greek is the form of the Greek language that was used by Homer in the Iliad and Odyssey and in the Homeric is a literary dialect of Ancient Greek consisting mainly of Ionic and Aeolic, with a few forms from Arcadocypriot, and a written form influenced by Attic.
It was later named Epic Greek because it was used as the language of epic poetry, typically in dactylic hexameter, by Language family: Indo-European, Proto. item 3 A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect by David Binning Monro (English) Hardcover Book - A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect by David Binning Monro (English) Hardcover Book.
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Monro's A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).It was created in with support from the Roberts Fund for Classical Studies. Bruce Robertson of Mount Allison University performed the OCR using Rigaudon, from the original scans on the Internet raw output is available on OCR output was corrected and the HTML files.
About Homeric Grammar. InD.B. Munro wrote that "a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted". Apart from this, the second edition - long out of print, never available in paperback - nothing has ever replaced Monro's original text.
A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect D.B. Monro. While this book has the advantage of being in the public domain, it is probably most suitable as a reference grammar to Homeric Greek for someone who has already learned some amount of Ancient Greek.
The simple answer is none. Simply because the best, most reputable and authoritative grammar of the Homeric dialect is not easily attainable. In fact, it is not even in English. The best grammar of the Homeric dialect is the Grammaire Homerique in. Click to download ?book=BHODownload A grammar of the Homeric dialect Ebook READ Ebook.
PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. It may be said, without fear of giving offense, that a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted. The admirable Griechische Fοrmenlehτe of the late H. Ahrens is now just thirty years old, and is confined, as its title indicates, to the inflections.
bἱot only has the course of discovery been going on since Ahrens wrote (and with hardly less. Synopsis InD.B. Munro wrote that "a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted".
Monro's 2nd edition (), long out of print, is presented here in full, providing a comprehensive account of Homeric Greek grammar. About the Author D. Monro was Provost of Oriel 5/5(1).
InD.B. Munro wrote that "a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted". Monro's 2nd edition (), long out of print, is presented here in full, providing a Brand: Bloomsbury Academic. In Monro wrote 'a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted'. Apart from this, the second edition (), long out of print and never before available in paperback, nothing has replaced Monro's original.
The second edition is now reprinted because it is still 'sorely wanted'. It remains, quite simply, the most comprehensive account of Homeric Greek, on which all subsequent. I think it's a reference grammar book, but I don't know Homer's Iliad, first three books and selections; ed.
for the use of schools, by J. R. Sitlington Sterrett. The first six books of Homer's Iliad. With introd., commentary, and vocabulary for the use of schools, by Thomas D. Seymour. grammar of the Homeric dialect, by D. B. Monro. About Homeric Grammar. InD.B. Munro wrote that "a new Grammar of the Homeric dialect is sorely wanted".
Apart from this, the second edition - long out of print, never available in paperback - nothing has ever replaced Monro's original text.