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Intro. Part II
Intro. Part III
Intro. Part IV

Chapter 1
ΔΙΚΑΙΟΠΟΛΙΣ (α)
ΔΙΚΑΙΟΠΟΛΙΣ (β)

Chapter 2
Ο ΞΑΝΘΙΑΣ (α)
Ο ΞΑΝΘΙΑΣ (β)

Chapter 3
Ο ΑΡΟΤΟΣ (α)
Ο ΑΡΟΤΟΣ (β)

Chapter 4
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΗΙ ΚΡΗΝΗΙ (α)
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΗΙ ΚΡΗΝΗΙ (β)

Chapter 5
Ο ΛΥΚΟΣ (α)
Ο ΛΥΚΟΣ (β)

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Chapter 6
Ο ΜΥΘΟΣ (α)
Ο ΜΥΘΟΣ (β)

Chapter 7
Ο ΚΥΚΛΩΨ (α)
Ο ΚΥΚΛΩΨ (β)

Chapter 8
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΟ ΑΣΤΥ (α)
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΟ ΑΣΤΥ (β)

Chapter 9
Η ΠΑΝΗΓΥΡΙΣ (α)
Η ΠΑΝΗΓΥΡΙΣ (β)

Chapter 10
Η ΣΥΜΦΟΡΑ (α)
Η ΣΥΜΦΟΡΑ (β)

Chapter 11
Ο ΙΑΤΡΟΣ (α)
Ο ΙΑΤΡΟΣ (β)

Chapter 12
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΟΝ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑ (α)
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΟΝ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑ (β)

Chapter 13
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΗΝ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΑ (α)
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΗΝ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΑ (β)

Chapter 14
Η ΕΝ ΤΑΙΣ ΘΕΡΜΟΠΥΛΑΙΣ (α)
Η ΕΝ ΤΑΙΣ ΘΕΡΜΟΠΥΛΑΙΣ (β)

Chapter 15
Η ΕΝ ΤΗΙ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΙ ΜΑΧΗ (α)
Η ΕΝ ΤΗΙ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΙ ΜΑΧΗ (β)

Chapter 16
ΜΕΤΑ ΤΗΝ ΕΝ ΤΗΙ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΙ ΜΑΧΗΝ (α)
ΜΕΤΑ ΤΗΝ ΕΝ ΤΗΙ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΙ ΜΑΧΗΝ (β)

Chapter 17
Η ΕΠΙΔΑΥΡΟΣ (α)
Η ΕΠΙΔΑΥΡΟΣ (β)

Chapter 18
Ο ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΣ (α)
Ο ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΟΣ (β)

Chapter 19 & 20
Ο ΝΟΣΤΟΣ (α)
Ο ΝΟΣΤΟΣ (β)
Ο ΝΟΣΤΟΣ (γ)
Ο ΝΟΣΤΟΣ (δ)

Chapter 21
Η ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑ (α)
Η ΕΚΚΛΗΣΙΑ (β)

Chapter 22
Η ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΣ (α)
Η ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΣ (β)

Chapter 23
Η ΕΣΒΟΛΗ (α)
Η ΕΣΒΟΛΗ (β)

Chapter 24
ΕΝ ΔΙΔΑΣΚΑΛΩΝ (α)
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Book 1 - Introduction Part III

1. Writing Greek Letters

2. Exercises

3. Additional Resources



Writing Greek Letters

This is a great section and essential for gaining any competence with the language. The only additional notes that I have is a couple more warnings.

Make sure that you are not simply writing the English form of the letter "a" for alpha.

Never dot iota.

Avoid writing rho like the English letter "p". Make sure that you write the entire letter in one fluid stroke.

Always let the tail of final sigma dip down below the lower staff line. Don't be tempted to squeeze the whole thing onto the staff like the English "s".

Never cross the letter "τ". You may be tempted to do this since the English lower case "t" is crossed. But the Greek letter is never crossed in upper case or lower case.

Feel free to completely close theta and phi. Closing phi is another helpful way to distinguish it from psi.

Exercises

Practice writing and saying the alphabet in order until you can do it just as quickly as you can the English alphabet.

Additional Resources

Greek Alphabet Banner - This is a pdf with one letter per page if you would like to do some decorating with the Greek Alphabet.

Practice writing and saying the alphabet in order until you can do it just as quickly as you can the English alphabet.

Letter Recognition Quiz -Here is a pdf page to text your lower case letter recognition skills.

Letter Recognition Quiz -Here is a pdf page to text your uppercase letter recognition skills.

Lower Case Writing Worksheet - A practise page for writing lower case letters.

Upper Case Writing Worksheet - A practise page for writing upper case letters.

Combined Case Worksheets

Alphabet Order Quiz



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