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101, 102 CLASSICAL GREEK
Content: Beginning Hellenistic (Koine) Greek. Emphasis on basic vocabulary and grammar necessary to read the New Testament and other writings from the Hellenistic period. Introduction to the basics of New Testament textual criticism and exegesis. Elements of classical Greek covered late in the first semester, thereby preparing students to read Hellenistic and classical Greek texts at the 201 level. Conversational and modern Greek not covered. May be used to fulfill the foreign languages requirement.
Prerequisite: None. Must be taken in sequence.
Taught: Alternate years, 4 semester credits each.
201 READINGS IN HELLENISTIC AND CLASSICAL GREEK
Content: Readings in the religious and secular literature of the Hellenistic and classical periods. May be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement.
Prerequisite: Greek 102 or consent of instructor.
Taught: Alternate years, 4 semester credits.