Links for Beginning-Intermediate Ancient Greek
Greek Proverb of the Day:
Classical Greek pronunciation and accentuation (Donald Mastronarde) features a pronunciation guide, pronunciation exercises, accentuation tutorial and accentuation practice, plus lots of audio files so that you can hear classical Greek
James Johnson's Supplementary Exercises for Athenaze
Athenaze Greek Exercises (University of Victoria)
Jean Alvares' Interactive Exercises for Athenaze include lots of vocabulary exercises and some grammar exercises
Guide to English Grammar, plus exercises (Charles Darling). Focus on the word and sentence level category.
Typing Greek using Antioch (Antioch is PC compatible software written in unicode that allows you to toggle between Greek and Roman characters, plus add accents and breathing marks)
Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek Lexicon ("Great Scott"). Searchable lexicon from the Perseus project.
Woodhouse, English-Greek Dictionary, scanned in, page by page, with a search function (University of Chicago)
Greek Help at LSU, geared for beginning and intermediate students, contains core vocabulary lists (including the 50% and 80% lists), grammar aids, and supplementary readings
Helma Dik's Nifty Greek Handouts has complete noun and verb paradigm charts, help on accents, uses of the subjunctive and optative, and a 90% list of Greek vocabulary
Marilyn Katz's Greek pages
Greek Grammar on the Web: The Electronic Gateway to the Study of Ancient Greek
Images of Orality and Literacy in Greek Iconography. A nice collection of images, mostly from pottery.
The ancient Greek world
The Ancient Greek World, an exhibition from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Includes sections on land and time, daily life, economy, and religion and death.
Ancient City of Athens, images and information about the monuments of Athens.
Chronology of Ancient Greece, from Exploring Ancient World Cultures at the University of Evansville. Includes links to ancient maps, essays, and an anthology of readings on-line.
Cultural Map of Hellas, a site sponsored by the Greek Ministry of Culture that links to museums and sites in Greece.
Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Dr. J's Illustrated Sites of Greece. A collection of illustrated archaeological sites and other places of interest.
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece. Links to texts and images sorted by historical periods, events, and cultural categories.
Thomas R. Martin, An
Overview of Classical Greek History from Homer to Alexander
Perseus Project, an evolving digital library on ancient Greece. Images, texts, maps, essays, on-line Greek-English lexicon, plus much more. Great site for students of Greek art, archaeology, history, literature, and language. Mirror sites: Berlin, Chicago
Women's Life in Greece and Rome. The source book by Lefkowitz and Fant on-line.
Greek Too! contains articles, reviews, pedagogical materials, announcements, and lots of links!