A similar circumstance was observed after an earthquake at Valparaiso, Calabria, and other places, including some of the ancient Greek
Doubtless some ancient Greek
has observed that behind the big mask and the speaking-trumpet, there must always be our poor little eyes peeping as usual and our timorous lips more or less under anxious control.
Yes, I speak five of the modern tongues -- that is to say, German, French, Italian, English, and Spanish; by the aid of ancient Greek
I learned modern Greek -- I don't speak it so well as I could wish, but I am still trying to improve myself.
He had picked up a trifle, he said, which was rather a curiosity, it was an ancient Greek
dagger of the Mycenaean Epoch, and might well have been worn in the time of Theseus and Hippolyta.
I had a delight in that stupid collection of monkish legends which I cannot account for now, and which persisted in spite of the nightmare confusion it made of my ancient Greeks
The region thus engulfed was beyond Europe, Asia, and Lybia, beyond the columns of Hercules, where those powerful people, the Atlantides, lived, against whom the first wars of ancient Greeks
Conspicuous in Keats is his spiritual kinship with the ancient Greeks
After the successful introduction of Latin to dozens of state primaries in England, now 160 students in three schools will begin their ancient Greek
language lessons from September.
Peter Higgs, British Museum's curator of the exhibition, said: "Competition lay at the heart of Ancient Greek
culture and this exhibition explores everything from sporting events, such as the Olympics, to politics, drama, music and warfare.
Animal Sacrifice In Ancient Greek
Religion, Judaism, And Christianity, 100 BC to AD 200
Also covered are tributes to the gods, Greek heroes, and special mortals and mortal groups identified in ancient Greek
histories and myths such as King Midas and the Amazons.
95) joins others in Greenwood's 'Literary Masterpieces' series to provide college-level students with an analysis of ancient Greek