The Classical Association of Scotland is pleased to announce the latest in its completely free-to-access Online Seminar Series: Greek Beginnings.
Following hot on the heels of our introductory Latin Session, Greek Beginnings offers learners the chance not only to engage with Ancient Greek language from scratch, but also offers the opportunity to get to grips with the opening sections of a number of famous Greek works. The seminar is rounded out with a session looking at the study of Ancient Greek more broadly. By the end of this seminar, you should have a real appreciation of the language on its own terms and the way in which it has survived and been transmitted to us today.
These sessions take place on Saturday 5th December 2020, and are open to all. Obviously the first session is targeted explicitly at those with no previous knowledge of Ancient Greek, but everyone is welcome. By that same token, absolute beginners will certainly be able to take something from the subsequent sessions on the day! In keeping with the rest of the seminar series, these sessions are *completely free*, although registration will be required to access the Zoom links.
For further details and how to sign up, please see here.