Classical Languages: Summer courses – also ONLINE!
VENUE: Pontifical Athenaeum S. Anselmo Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta, 5 00153 Rome
INFORMATION: General Secretariat | email@example.com | T. +39 06 5791 401 | F. +39 06 5791 402
Summer course in Latin and Greek – also ONLINE!
June – July, the Latin and Greek summer course will take place at the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy.
The lesson program combines four weeks of intensive study for a level of competence in which students will be introduced to learning classical languages gradually and with effective results.
The summer course was designed taking into consideration the various needs and interests of students, encouraging the meeting of students from all over the world in an academic environment.
The lessons will be divided as follows:
The Latin course [Level I] lasts 60 hours and will take place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The Greek [Level I] course lasts 30 hours and will take place on Tuesday and Thursday.
The lessons will take place from 8.30 to 12.45 with a 20-minute break.
Students can enroll in both courses or choose one of the two.
The registration forms are accessible from the website or can be collected from the registrar.
Intensive course in Biblical Hebrew – also ONLINE!
The course is oriented to the reading of the Hebrew Bible in the original language.
Participants learn writing and phonetics. They acquire a basic vocabulary, paying attention to semantic dynamics. They are introduced to the grammar of the noun and the verb, through the concrete study of textual units with cultural and theological exegetical insights.
The intensive course (40 hours) takes place during the week (Monday to Saturday) with daily lessons from 8.30 to 12.45.
An afternoon is dedicated to the knowledge of places, history and Jewish culture in Rome.
Study materials and bibliographical references will be available during the course.
Anyone interested in the knowledge and deepening of Biblical Hebrew can enroll in the course.
The registration forms are accessible from the website or can be collected from the general secretariat.