Once a week, for an hour and a half,
Saturdays, 18:00-19:30 Central European Time,
From April 15 to 24 of June, with a break the 7th of May (ten weeks in total).
Who is this class for?
Advanced speakers of Ancient Greek:
- Teachers of Classical Languages.
- Students or Graduates in Classical Philology or Byzantine studies.
The aim of this class
– Read and comment on the first 120 verses of Homer’s Iliad along with selections from three texts written in Byzantine times about Homer’s Iliad: a paraphrasis attributed to Michael Psellos, the Allegories of John Tzetzes, and the commentary of Eustathius of Thessalonica.
– Become familiarized with these three different byzantine genres.
Read and comment in Ancient Greek, trying to do the corresponding historical pronunciations.
Number of Participants
The class will be capped at six students.
We offer a 10% early bird discount for registrations that are completed before April 3. The early bird prices are:
Rogelio studied Classics at the University of Mexico City and at the Free University Berlin. He has taught numerous Latin and Greek classes online as well as in person. From 2020 until 2022 he worked as a teacher at the Polis Institute, Jerusalem, holding the position of Ancient Greek and Latin Department Coordinator. Rogelio is currently teaching classes for Triodos Trivium as well as pursuing a PhD in Byzantine Studies at the University of Vienna.
If you have questions about this class, you can write Rogelio an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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