Includes the two dialogues recorded with two voices, plus a reading of Paul's speech on Mars Hill (Acts 17:16-34), the NT letter of James, and the song of Seikilos. Greek-English Diglot included.
Epictetus, Two Conversations: “Against the Academics” and “On Familial Love”
Greek-English Diglot with MP3 audio (available either via download or in print with accompanying CD)
Read, translated and annotated by Randall Buth
Coil-bound paperback: 48 pages
Product dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.35 inches
Audio: about 1.5 hrs
The audio includes the two dialogues recorded with two voices (Randall Buth reads Epictetus and David Bivin reads the questioner), plus a reading of Paul’s speech on Mars Hill (Acts 17:16-34), the NT letter of James, and the song of Seikilos.
“Just what serious students of NT Greek need: a real confrontation
with contemporary Hellenistic discourse that’s meaningful and comparable to NT
parenetic texts, accompanied by helps that force thinking about Greek in Greek
terminology and listening to Greek the way it really sounded.”
Carl Conrad, Associate Professor of Classics Emeritus, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
“As a linguist I appreciate the skillful and reasonable reconstruction of the ancient
sounds and the accuracy and clarity of these readings. The smoothness encourages
repeated listenings. I cannot recommend this approach highly enough for students
of first-century Greek.”
Chet Creider, Professor and Co-Director, Linguistics Program, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
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