Products in Ancient Languages
|Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar |
by James B Greenough, J. H. Allen, G. L. Kittredge, A. A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge
A venerable resource for more than a century, this is the finest Latin grammar reference available. Concise, comprehensive, and well organized, it places a wealth of advice on usage, vocabulary, diction, composition, and syntax.
|Arabic Grammar |
by W. Wright, W. Robertson Smith, M. J. de Goeje
The sine qua non resource for English-speaking students wishing to master the intricacies of Arabic. Although it is purely a reference grammar, it cites many examples of sentences, phrases, and figures of speech.
|A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic |
by Geir T. Zoëga
Icelandic is closer to the speech patterns of the Middle Ages than any living European language, making this volume invaluable to students and scholars of Old Icelandic and English culture and history.
|An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 1 |
by E. A. Wallis Budge
Volume 1 of the monumental work containing about 25,000 words and terms from 3000 B.C. to A.D. 600. Each entry consists of a transliteration, the word in hieroglyphs, and the English meaning.
|An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vol. 2 |
by E. A. Wallis Budge
Volume 2 of the monumental work containing about 25,000 words and terms from 3000 B.C. to 600 A.D. Each entry consists of a transliteration, the word in hieroglyphs, and the English meaning.
|Elementary Arabic: A Grammar |
by Frederic Du Pre Thornton, Reynold A. Nicholson
This abridged version of William Wright's classic Grammar of the Arabic Language offers students an easy-to-use reference. The three-part treatment covers orthography, parts of speech, and syntax — all in concise and accessible terms.
|Essential Modern Greek Grammar |
by Douglas Q. Adams
Logical, developmental presentation includes all the necessary tools for speech and comprehension and features numerous shortcuts and timesavers. Ideal as an introduction, supplement, or refresher.
|Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar |
by B. L. Gildersleeve, G. Lodge
Since 1867, students and teachers have turned to this famous guide to grammar and usage. The work of a legendary teacher, it is celebrated for its lucid and comprehensive treatment.
|An Introduction to Greek |
by Henry Lamar Crosby, John Nevin Schaeffer
This classic text not only covers vocabulary and grammar but also features selections from the works of ancient authors. Other features include exercises, glossaries, and a complete grammatical appendix, plus numerous illustrations.
|An Introduction to Modern Arabic |
by Farhat J. Ziadeh, R. Bayly Winder
This guide's focus is modern literary Arabic, particularly the style employed by newspapers. The vocabulary terms are the most common in spoken and written Arabic, and a vocabulary list appears in the appendix.
|Kaegi's Greek Grammar |
by Adolf Kaegi, James A Kleist, James A Kleist
An excellent tool for helping students achieve literacy in Greek, this acclaimed grammar features easy-to-understand sentences and a format that provides quick answers to questions about forms and syntax.
|Listen & Learn Modern Greek (CD Edition) |
This series utilizes the phrase method advocated by most language authorities as the fastest and most efficient approach. Featuring two CDs and a manual, each set contains 90 minutes of speech.
|Sanskrit Grammar |
by William Dwight Whitney
This basic guide focuses on the fundamentals as exhibited in the Veda and the Brahmana. Contents include treatment of the accent, declension, conjugation, parts of speech, and formation of compound stems.
|Say It in Arabic |
Contains over 1,000 useful Egyptian dialect sentences and phrases for travel or everyday living abroad: food, shopping, medical aid, courtesy, hotels, travel, and other situations.
|Say It in Greek (Modern) |
Contains over 1,000 useful sentences and phrases for travel or everyday living abroad: food, shopping, medical aid, courtesy, hotels, travel, and other situations.