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#1 cmcintos

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Posted 14 November 2017 - 05:13 PM

Hey guys just to make you aware of a new YouTube channel that has readings in NewTestament and Septuagint. It’s something that is really helpful for those who are studying Greek, and would like to hear a non erasmian pronunciation. Not many resources for those of us who prefer to learn to read in the pronunciation of actual Greek speakers and the Orthodox Church. Some of you may find it helpful. God Bless
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Posted 22 January 2019 - 05:04 AM

I will add here as well :)

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com

 

(recordings of the New Testament, though not the whole thing, in the "Living Koine" pronunciation, which is basically Modern Greek + a distinct pronunciation of ητα [e] and υψιλον [y]/[ü])


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For recordings of Koine Greek texts (biblical and non-biblical), Koine Greek animated cartoons (both biblical and non-biblical texts), and resources on pronunciation, see:

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com


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Posted 23 January 2019 - 05:40 AM

I will add here as well :)

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com

 

(recordings of the New Testament, though not the whole thing, in the "Living Koine" pronunciation, which is basically Modern Greek + a distinct pronunciation of ητα [e] and υψιλον [y]/[ü])

just visited the site - highly recommended for historically informed  Koine pronunciation and tools for treating Koine Greek as a live language. Really helps you to start to be able to think in Koine Greek. 



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Posted 23 January 2019 - 05:52 AM

I will add here as well :)

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com

 

(recordings of the New Testament, though not the whole thing, in the "Living Koine" pronunciation, which is basically Modern Greek + a distinct pronunciation of ητα [e] and υψιλον [y]/[ü])

 

In BW there is also a NA27 Greek audio sound file from the GBS. So Accordance should able to license this. 

 

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 10:55 AM

I will add here as well :)

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com

 

(recordings of the New Testament, though not the whole thing, in the "Living Koine" pronunciation, which is basically Modern Greek + a distinct pronunciation of ητα [e] and υψιλον [y]/[ü])

 

Thanx for the link. I didn't realize anyone had taken this on. I'll look more into this as Buth's reconstructed pronunciation is the one I've been working with for a while now.

 

 

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Posted 24 January 2019 - 06:16 AM

Glad you found it helpful!


For recordings of Koine Greek texts (biblical and non-biblical), Koine Greek animated cartoons (both biblical and non-biblical texts), and resources on pronunciation, see:

 

https://www.KaineDiatheke.com


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Posted 24 January 2019 - 06:38 PM

This thread is beyond me but FWIW I do recall reading somewhere that, in modern Greek, the sound a sheep makes would be pronounced "fee fee" though written [beta] [eta].

So much for onomatopoeia.






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