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Re: Hellenistic Greek for the Modern World

Posted: September 30th, 2015, 4:56 pm
by Shirley Rollinson
Stephen Hughes wrote:Does anyone have good royalty-free pictures for a Honey Shop?
you might ask these guys :
http://honeyshop.com/
email info@thehivehoneyshop.co.uk
also http://www.actionaid.org/ Action Aid runs beekeeping and honey-selling projects in Africa - they might be able to supply pictures,
email mail.jhb@actionaid.org
or google "honey shop" and loads of pictures come up. then you might pick a good one and ask if you can use it.

Re: Hellenistic Greek for the Modern World

Posted: October 2nd, 2015, 8:51 am
by Stephen Hughes
Shirley Rollinson wrote:There are a bunch of pictures, dialogues, and other resources at
http://www.scribd.com/doc/48092597/Ellenika-Glossa-A (in Spanish, but Greek dialogues etc interspersed)
http://www.scribd.com/doc/279760570/Καθ ... ιδασκαλείῳ dialogs and commands for the classroom
http://www.scribd.com/doc/238321093/Frutas fruits
http://www.scribd.com/doc/237775084/Alp ... -animalium animal alphabet
http://www.scribd.com/doc/145484109/ΤΕΧ ... ΠΑΓΓΕΛΜΑΤΑ picture flashcards
http://www.scribd.com/doc/145482343/ΤΑ-ΖΩΙΑ animal picture card game
Another page there with basic geographical questions raises an issue.


Δούναβης or Ἴστρος? (Modern and ancient). Even though the Ancient Greek is probably an "incorrect" extension of the name of the small section of the river near the settlement of ἡ Ἴστρος for the whole length of its course (such as has been done for the Potomac being the name of the river even above the Great Falls (cf. Cohongarooton), or the name Yangtze used for the whole length of the Chang Jiang River, rather than just the part near the mouth, similar to Macau extending to the area outside the temple 媽閣廟 Maa1 Gok3 Miu6, or the name "Greek" for the Hellenes that we (mis?-)use till today), but was used by them never-the-less. I'm unsure whether the "modern" was applied knowingly or willingly, but it is something to at least be aware of.

Using the name Δούναβης is sort of an historical corrective in a way, probably based on the Latin name for the river
Wikipedia [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danube]Danube[/url] wrote:In Latin, the Danube was variously known as Danubius, Danuvius or as Ister. The Dacian/Thracian name was Donaris/Donaris for the upper Danube and Istros for the lower Danube.

Re: Hellenistic Greek for the Modern World

Posted: October 8th, 2015, 12:51 pm
by Stephen Hughes
Shirley Rollinson wrote:
Stephen Hughes wrote:Does anyone have good royalty-free pictures for a Honey Shop?
you might ask these guys :
http://honeyshop.com/
email info@thehivehoneyshop.co.uk
also http://www.actionaid.org/ Action Aid runs beekeeping and honey-selling projects in Africa - they might be able to supply pictures,
email mail.jhb@actionaid.org
or google "honey shop" and loads of pictures come up. then you might pick a good one and ask if you can use it.
This one looks okay https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7131/7421 ... 700c_b.jpg