Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 40
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ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
y1llabus of Qourars
I. DEPARTMENT OF ANCIENT LANGUAGES.
112.-Preparatory Greek Course. No credit is given for this
course taken alone. Two hours a week given to this course will
enable the student to get a grasp of the elements of the language
so that he may use lexicons and grammars to some advantage
should he have no more Greek in school; but this course is given
in an effort to make the First Year (Greek 113, 123, and 133)
easier and to prevent so many failures there. It is thought that
this preliminary study will amply repay the student and that it
will give him a good start that will enable him to be master of the
later work in Greek, rather than become lost in mass of it.
122.-Preparatory Greek Course, continuation of 112.
132.-Preparatory Greek Course, continuation of 122.
113.-This is a college course for beginners. The work is
thorough and confined to the rudiments of the language. Text:
Allen, First Year Greek.
123.-This is a continuation of Greek 113. A large volume
of work will be done.
133.-A continuation of Greek 123. Some reading in Xenophon's
Anabasis the latter part of the term.
213.-Anabasis. More than two books of the Anabasis will
be covered. At first a close study of forms is made. Goodwin,
Greek Grammar is reviewed closely . Composition in Greek is
given to meet the needs of the class. Rapid reading closes the
223.-Odyssey. Books I and II or this amount of reading
from other books will be read. The needs of the class will determine
the emphasis. Grammar and composition are included.
233.-Greek Literature. This is a course open to all college
students, regardless of their knowledge of the language. It is a
reading of English translations of the best selections from Greek
classics. It will cover the entire age of Greek Literature and will
touch the best works in the several fields, prose and poetry, epic,
lyric, drama, tragedy, comedy. While this does not take the place
of studies in the originals, it will give a passing acquaintance with
the masters of Greek thought and literature and will help much
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Abilene Christian College. Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925, book, June 1924; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth45926/m1/42/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.