CLG 240 / HLS 240 / MED 240

Introduction to Post-Classical Greek from the Late Antique to the Byzantine Era

Emmanuel C. Bourbouhakis

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This course will focus on the emergence of a ‘common’ (Koinê) Greek language adopted by an increasingly Hellenized eastern Mediterranean world of Jews, Pagans, Christians, Romans and Greeks. Readings include the Bible, Jewish Tragedy, Stoic philosophy, and hagiography, as well as introduction to papyri and manuscripts of post-classical texts.

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