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Greek Grammar

by Herbert Weir Smyth

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Herbert Weir Smyth
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Born: August 8, 1857, Wilmington, Delaware
Died: 1937, Bar Harbor, Maine
Related topics: Aeschylus, Classical philology, Criticism, interpretation, etc., Drama, Greek language--Grammar
Basic information: Herbert Weir Smyth (August 8, 1857–1937) was an American classical scholar. His comprehensive grammar of ancient Greek has become a standard reference on the subject in English, comparable to William Watson Goodwin's, whom he succeeded as Eliott Professor of Greek Literature at Harvard University. He was educated at Swarthmore, Harvard (A.B. 1878), Leipzig, and Göttingen.
Popular works: Greek Grammar