Homework due Τρίτη, 11 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012 — a.d. III Idibus Septembris

Elementary Latin

  1. Read Ch. 2 — 1st declension nouns
  2. Learn names of 6 cases: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative, vocative; 3 genders: masculine, feminine, neuter.
  3. Memorize: endings for 1st declension nouns, singular and plural, gender.
  4. Decline NAUTA (sailor) in all 6 cases, singular and plural.
  5. Write out: vocabulary, ch. 2

Latin vocabulary. ch. 2

fama — rumor       ira — anger        nauta –sailor        patria — country       pecunia — money

poena — punishment          porta — gate               puella — girl               vita — life

magnus, -a, -um — large                           multus, – a, -um much, many

et –and                   o — oh!                               est – he/she/it is

 


Elementary Greek

  1. Did someone leave a Greek book in class? Let me know!
  2. Lesson 3: Learn present tense of ω-verbs. Conjugate in the present tense πέμπω (send) and ἔχω (have)
  3. Vocabulary from Lesson 1 (p. 2) — write out all words and memorize definitions.

Greek History

  1. Read in The Landmark Herodotus, pp. 33 – 53.
  2. Timeline of dates and events for the Bronze Age (Minoans and Myceneans); timeline of art history via the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  3. How were the Minoans and Myceneans different?

Myceneans notes

Minoan and Mycenean art notes


Intermediate Greek

  1. Review of declensions and conjugations; translation.
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