I bid you welcome! You have reached the Agora of ancient-greek.net, a small (but growing) corner of the Web; and I hope you enjoy your stay! The Agora is the hub of the page, from where you can begin your journey into the various topics; click the
Agora at the top left to return here. You can also find us on Twitter and YouTube.
This website — as its name may have already made you realise — contains countless pages regarding the Ancient Greek language and country; we even have 🎧 free audio books!
The site is not, however, entirely focussed on the Classical Period of Greece (a period spanning roughly 200 years between the fifth and fourth centuries BC), but rather anything Greek-related spanning from the Classical Period up until the Byzantine.
The website’s main focus is the Ancient Greek language, however, and the majority of the information you find here will be about the language. For a more detailed overview, I would highly recommend you visit the About page.
If this is your first time visiting this website, I highly encourage you to read the about page to find out how to navigate it and what you might find on here.
This page contains information about the projects I am currently spending my time on.
Links to helpful and interesting websites about Ancient Greek and other things I find interesting.
A page containing updates to my website and my projects; I recommend checking it regularly to see what’s new.
On here you will find information regarding the books I physically own.
On here you will find information regarding the books I own only virtually.
The Presbyterium (
The Council of Elders) contains information about old and ancient books that I own.
This page contains information about useful programs or apps that I use that aid me in my learning of Ancient Greek. (WIP)
This page contains my journal (or blog) written entirely in Ancient Greek.
On the following page you will be presented with a couple of documents that I wrote about Ancient Greek (mostly grammar-related).
This page contains general information on the Greek language, such as tips on how to study it, pronunciation guides and more.
My reasons for abandoning my study of Ancient Egyptian and, instead, focussing on Ancient Greek.
My own translation of the Revelation of John with illustrations and notes.
The English-only edition of my translation, containing nothing but the English text.
My own translation of the Gospel of John with notes.
A book teaching you the basics of Ancient Egyptian.
A version of Wordle using words from the Greek New Testament. Made by James K. Tauber.
Do you want to listen to spoken Ancient Greek? Then this is where you should look! Download free audio books.
This page contains various
letters I have written in the language.
My attempts at translating various Ancient Greek texts.
This page contains vocabulary of various texts as plain .txt files.