This thorough presentation of Attic Greek assumes that college students learning the language deserve, from the beginning, full exposure to all the grammar and morphology that they will encounter in actual texts. Each of the forty-two chapters is a self-contained instructional unit, with challenging exercises carefully tailored to reflect the vocabulary and grammar learned to date.
This is a new and enlarged edition of Professor Allen's highly successful book on the pronunciation of Attic Greek in classical times.
This is a very interesting and useful introduction to the pronunciation of Attic Greek as it was spoken in Athens around the fifth century BC. It comprises a booklet with theoretical explanations and the Greek examples read by Prof. Daitz, and two one hour cassettes.