Salvete, omnes discipuli discipulaeque! / γειά σου!
- Perfect tense—pluperfect tense—future perfect tense (ch. 12)
- Read ch. 12; write out vocabulary pp. 78-79.
- Sentences (Sententiae Antiquae), 1 & 3).
Classics and Film
- Watch The Warriors.
- Some web resources
- Read Books 18-20 from Homer’s Odyssey and make sure you are caught up on the reading (you can read the poem online). There will be a reading quiz
next Friday or next Tuesdayin the next week or two—I’m sorry I did not discuss this in class on Friday.
- Xenophon’s Anabasis—this is the account by the Athenian general, Xenophon, that I mentioned in class. I am not assigning reading from it yet as I would like you to finish reading the Odyssey, as the plot and events in the poem have a huge influence on all of ancient Greek and Roman literature and on many of the films we will be viewing.
- Chapter 14: 81, sentences 5 and 6.
- The personal pronouns: words for I, you, we, you (pl.) — go here for a chart with the modern and ancient Greek pronouns.
- Here’s the PDF from class on demonstrative pronouns.
- Selections from Ovid’s Metamorphoses on Daedalus and Icarus.
- Websites about Ovid