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All the Greek Verbs (Greek Language) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

N. Marinone

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1. Januar 1998 Greek Language
This book features over 13,000 ancient Greek verbs, analysed and annotated. Most previous studies of ancient slavery have grown out of historical and literary research. In the flood of books and papers on the subject, the archaeological evidence has often been ignored. This book fills the gap by confronting, for the first time, the archaeological evidence for slavery. This evidence is used to build up a picture of rich complexity, drawing both on historical sources or inscriptions and on archaeological studies of the development of technology and the economy. The book covers topics as diverse as the source of slaves, the nature of the slave trade, and the use of slave-labour in agriculture, mines and quarries, corn and weaving mills, and water-lifting. It concludes with chapters on restraint and slave revolts.

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F. Hugh Thompson's interest in slavery was first inspired by his excavation of the Iron Age hill-fort at Bigberry near Canterbury in 1978-80. Later he participated in international expeditions to the slave-worked Roman quarries in Egypt's eastern desert. A study tour in search of slavery evidence took him all over Europe and the Mediterranean and ultimately led him to write this book. He died in 1995, aged 72. Ralph Jackson, who has written the Epilogue, is Curator of the Romano-British collections at the British Museum.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen An extremely useful book 6. November 2003
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I'm not sure some of the other reviewers have really understood the point of this book. If you come across a verbal form you can't recognise, you can look it up in this book and it will tell you what form of the verb it is (i.e. 3 person singular, future tense), as well as the present form of the verb. In other words, it takes out all the difficulty in identifying verbs because you don't have to re-form the present tense in your head - you just look the verb up straight! If you still don't know the verb, then you look it up in a lexicon which will take less than 5 seconds because you already have the present form. Easy!
I don't know what on Earth kept Mr. Marinone going, but you must pay tribute to him for publishing an essential book that takes much of the heartache out of translation. A must if you are embarking on Thucydides / Xenophon etc.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Not Pointless At All! 27. August 2003
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Pointless? I don't think so at all. This is not a lexicon or dictionary and it never pretends to be. This book helps the classical student identify tricky verb forms and it does an excellent job at that.
In Italian, yes. But keep in mind that this book is basically just a long list of verb forms. I don't speak a word of Italian and I can easily understand the abbreviations. The only thing I can't read is the book's brief preface.
An excellent book for any Ancient Greek reader who needs help with verb forms.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beware! 30. August 1999
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An excellent reference for students of Classical Greek that has never been equalled. A word of warning -- it was published in Italy, and the parts of speech are given with Italian abbreviations. Example: "optative" is given the abbreviation "ott" presumably for "ottativo." It shouldn't slow you down once you get used to it.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Rarely comes in useful, but when it does it's a lifesaver 6. Dezember 2003
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As an undergraduate in Classical Greek, I bought N. Marinone's ALL THE GREEK VERBS several months ago thinking that it would be an indispensible resource for my studies. It has done little but gather dust for much of the time, but when a verb form was the only thing standing in the way of completing a translation and was driving me to madness, the book proved indispensable.

ALL THE GREEK VERBS is a English-language cover around Marinone's Italian-language work "Tutti i verbi graeci." It lists over 13,000 forms alphabetically along with their tense, mood, and person, and their dictionary form. There are also several pages of tables which show the regular endings of -o, -ao, -eo, and the few types of -mi verbs.

Greek doesn't have so many verbs that one would be turning to such a guide very often, but there are several tricky forms which I never tend to remember. Resources like Perseus wordlinks are faster to use and have greater coverage, but require an Internet connection and are hard on one's eyes. I don't often reach a point where I will absolutely need a work like ALL THE GREEK VERBS (I also bought Lidell & Scott's GREEK LEXICON and find it overkill for undergrads), but when I do it's a lifesaver. A vital work for classicists.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A useful tool 20. Juli 1999
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This book is basically an alphabetical list of all the common verbs, in all their forms. So if you find, say, a conjugated second aorist and have not the faintest idea what it is in the active you can just look it up and it will tell you that lambda-alpha-beta-omicron-nu is tha second aorist nominative singular participle of lambda-alpha-mu-beta-alpha-nu-omega (sorry, wanted to avoid transliteration confusion).
For a beginning student like myself, such a thing is very helpful.
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