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Our selection of ancient Greek resources encourages students to enter and understand the world of ancient Greece, through linguistic considerations and storylines within scripts. Our Greek resources include a variety of Greek plays, presented with detailed commentaries and contextual information, so students can develop an understanding of what life was like in ancient Greece.

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    • Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama

      Treating ancient plays as living drama.
      Publication date: April 2000
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  • Cambridge University Press brings classical Greek drama to life with English translations. Our Greek resources go behind the scenes and offer information to help students with their understanding of the text. Find out about the ‘Eleusinian Mysteries’ mentioned in Aristophanes’ Frogs or why ‘Barbarians and Troy’ are important to Euripides’ Iphigeneia at Aulis.

    Our ancient Greek resources prepare students for their exams, with sample questions designed to make them think about the section or page they’ve just read. Encourage them to answer questions around the importance of the character Nurse in Euripides’ Medea or the impact of a scene change in Aristophanes’ Clouds. Through studying Greek with Cambridge University Press, students can improve their knowledge of what life would have been like in ancient Greece.

    If you need help selecting the ancient Greek resources that are right for your students, contact your local sales representative.

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