Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Ancient Greek Grammar series to the Arabic apologetic of the Coptic church in Youtube !

What a multilingualism that one can find even today in this country, Egypt. Ancient Greek Grammar series to the Arabic apologetic of the Coptic church in Youtube.

Searching the internet for an Arabic content, I found this interesting Youtube learning series. The so-called apologetic team ( most probably related to the Coptic Orthodox church) has streamed - completely in Arabic- an Ancient Greek grammar series. It's very interesting for me to see how this language are taught in this context.

Note: they are pronouncing the Ancient Greek not according to Erasmus' reconstruction, but as the modern-day Greek. Accents play no role also for their pronunciation.

  

Thursday, August 7, 2014

A list of Authors and Titles of "Classical Papers" Academic Journal

Below is the link to a list of Authors and their titles published in Classical Papers journal of Cairo University.  The list covers the period between 1991-2008. Among the papers, written mainly in Arabic but includes  contributions in English and French, many -in my opinion- interdisciplinary treatments of classical receptions not only in  Arabic,  but also in English , French , and even German Literature.


Monday, August 4, 2014

Once more The Garrison of Dionysias

A recent paper about the garrison of Dionysias by our Colleague Mohamed Zayed is available now in academia.edu in his website and downloadable  through this link. 

Mohamed Zayed, The Byzantine Garrison in Dionysias (Qaṣr Qarun in Fayoum) during
The 4th Century, Reading in Abinnaeus Archive", Bulletin of the Ain shams Center of Papyrological Studies and Inscriptions, Cairo, Vol. 30 (2013), pp. 139-163.    


PhD Thesis about Kerkesoucha in Fayum

Kerkesoucha : An Egyptian Village in Greco-Roman Egypt in The Light of Papyri. A PhD thesis in Arabic has been approved with  summa cum laude. Congratulations to our colleague Ahmed Mahrous.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

A Video of Taha Husssein with Many Egyptian Authors

A rare video of Taha Huseein with a lot of Egyptian writers and intellectuals. Among these authors I can see Naguib Mahfouz who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature.

Again this is the link.

Taha Husein: An Audio Record from a lecture delivered in Tunisia in 1957.

Taha Hussein, The pioneer of Classics in modern Egypt, in a lecture delivered in Tunisia 1957. The topic is lyric Arabic poetry. 18.13 minutes ( in Arabic with a brief introduction). The lecture is not complete.

Click this link to go the audio in Youtube.