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So, you've studied some ancient Greek and were wondering what to do next. This is the place. You can review grammar (including some on-line exercises), read easy texts from the New Testament and Greek Mythology, explore intermediate-level texts about a case of murder and adultery or about the death of Socrates, or even challenge yourself by reading some ancient writers.

Along the way, you can learn more about the Greek language, Greek culture, or even answer the question, Why study Greek?

This website is especially designed for students with one or two years of classical Greek, but there will be more and more texts added as time goes by. We know you are busy, so most readings are designed to take between 15-30 minutes. Come back and visit often.

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