Paragraph 1 - Ancient Greek Translation 1a
The ancient Greek on the Flash version of this page is from page 4 of the JACT's Reading Greek: Text and Vocabulary. It serves as an introduction to the definite article, as well as to present tense, active voice indicative verbs.
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The ship is in Byzantium. And in Byzantium, Hygestratos goes onto the ship, next Zenothemis goes onto the ship, and finally the captain and the sailors embark onto the ship. And the ship sails to the [island of] Chios. And in Chios, the rhapsode embarks. And then, the ship sails to [the island of] Euboia. And in Euboia, Dikaiopolis embarks. And finally, the ship sails towards Athens and the [Athenian port of] Piraeus.
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