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“These youths had been tutored in the Greek language and schooled in Macedonian fighting techniques and military management until they were the equals of any lads from the hills around Mount Olympus.”
“Armenians were forbidden the use of the Syriac language, until then exclusively used in Divine worship: for this the Greek language was to be substituted, and the country gradually hellenized in the”
“September of the same year the chairs of Greek language and Biblical hermeneutics in the University of Ellwangen.”
“That the playing with paronymous terms is in accordance with the spirit of the Greek language may be seen from the frequent employment of the device by Plato, e.g. -”
“Testament Greek by Winer and by Blass, and from the great historical grammar of the Greek language by Jannaris.”
“Basileuein according to the Greek language means ` to be king, 'but it is frequently employed in the LXX in the sense of ` to make king,' e.g. Jdg. 9: 6 ebasileusan tonAbeimelech.”
“The Greek language was also the initial means for the dispersion of the most famous version of the story of Alexander himself, The Alexander Romance.”
“I thank you, Sir for the remarks on the pronunciation of the Greek language which you have been so kind as to send me. have read them with pleasure, as I had the pamphlet of Mr. Pickering on the same subject.”
“And Selden is of opinion, that by the Roman language he meant the Greek, which was then in common use at Rome; and it is well known, that in our times the modern Greek language is called Romaic.”
“Greek language in their liturgy, were persecuted by the Turks, and, by reason of the many Turkish victories over the Albanians under their chieftain, George Castriota, also known by his Turkish name of”
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