Voces Antiquae

© 2001 Stefan Hagel
Austrian Academy of Sciences - Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture


Visit also:
Ancient Greek Music - The Extant Fragments
Homeric Singing - Towards the Original Performance

The Sound of Ancient Greek - Classical Pronunciation

The following samples use classical phonemes as well as a reconstruction of the classical pitch accent, applied to the domain of the word and appositive group as well as of the phrase.


Homer, Iliad 18.39-96
Catalogue of Nereids, dialogue between Thetis and Achilles   [Text]

Aischylos, Agamemnon 503-537
Messenger arriving at Argos   [Text]

Plato, Symposion 172f
The initial narration.   [Text]


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