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Greek language

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alphabet | The Greek Alphabet - Greek Mythology Link

Greek Mythology Link - a collection of myths retold by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology.

http://livingwaterbiblegames.com/greek-alphabet-chart.html

Several full color printable charts of the Biblical Greek Alphabet -- capitals, lower-case, names and sounds of each of the letters of the Greek alphabet.

#YaSascom Learn the Modern Greek Alphabet: From Alpha to Omega at http://yasas.com/greek/language/alphabet/ and quiz at http://www.yasas.com/greek/language/quizzes/alphabet/

Learn the Modern Greek alphabet αλφάβητο, originally adapted from Phoenician letter forms during the early 8th century BC, from Alpha (άλφα) to Omega (ωμέγα).

Learning Greek and Latin - Benefits Anyone Can Enjoy in Studying Classical Languages

Learning Greek and Latin: Benefits. Ancient Greek and Latin are called “dead” languages, because they are no longer spoken except in academic circles, and this term distracts many people from ever realizing just how they can benefit from...

The Greek alphabet first appeared in the archaeological record during the 8th century BCE. It was created when the Greeks adapted the Phoenician writing system to represent their own language, by developing a fully phonetic writing system made up of individual signs arranged in a linear fashion that could represent both consonants and vowels. (Info by Cristian Violatti) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Greek alphabet first appeared in the archaeological record during the 8th century BCE. It was created when the Greeks adapted the Phoenician writing system to represent their own language, by developing a fully phonetic writing system made up of individual signs arranged in a linear fashion that could represent both consonants and vowels. (Info by Cristian Violatti) -- Ancient History Encyclopedia