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The Bible’s First Translation Was in Greek

Originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic, the Bible is the most sold book in history, it first translation into another language was in Greek; the Septuagint.

Middle Greek: The Language That Shaped Modern Greek

Middle Greek, also known as Medieval Greek, is the phase of the Greek language that bridges the Classical with the Modern Greek variety spoken today. Middle Greek flourished and developed during the Eastern Roman Empire from the fourth to the...

Why Was Greek the Predominant Language of the Byzantine Empire?

Greek was the predominant language spoken in the Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman). Despite Romans establishing the empire, Latin was always ranked second. The lands that Alexander the Great dominated during his conquests in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa...

The Greek Language Pronunciation From Bronze Age to Today

Greek is one of the oldest languages in the world that continues to be spoken to this day. Needless to say, it has changed considerably throughout the ages, but how exactly has the pronunciation of Greek changed since ancient...

The Greek Who Created the Early German Alphabet

The ancient Greek and German languages may seem worlds apart, but it was a Greek bishop and Christian missionary named Ulfilas, who played a surprisingly important role in the codification of the early German language into a written system. Ulfilas...