The pronunciation and reading of ancient Greek: a practical guide (second revised edition) (from the series The living voice of Greek and Latin literature)

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Daitz explains features of the ancient Greek language: its vowels and consonants, pitch accent, prosody, etc. He gives examples of the restored pronunciation, including excerpts from Demonstration Texts (Homer, Plato, Aiskhylos, Euripides and Sappho). A text of all the readings is on file.
Collection Technical Notes
Set includes the two cassettes from the publisher along with a companion booklet. (Gift of Elizabeth Asmis to the LLA on 10/16/86) The WAVE files are now converted to MP3s.
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