CLG 240 / HLS 240 / MED 240

Introduction to Post-Classical Greek from the Late Antique to the Byzantine EraCourse Cancelled

Emmanuel C. Bourbouhakis

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This course will focus on Biblical Greek and the emergence of a ‘common’ Greek language (Koinê). We will read excerpts from the Septuagint (the Greek translation of the Hebrew bible), the New Testament, and a variety of texts in order to understand how Greek evolved to become the ‘common tongue’ of a Hellenized eastern Mediterranean world of Jews, Pagans, Christians, Romans and Greeks.

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