Starting Over

Once again, I am starting over. The blog associated with this website used to have hundreds of posts dating back quite a few years. Over a year ago, while the site was located at, it was the subject of a malicious attack that took down the blog and and corrupted the database that supported it. The process of rebuilding has proved to be extremely slow, and this is my second attempt to start from scratch rebuilding the blog. 

Along with writing new posts, I will gradually repost much of what was on the old blog. I look forward to interacting with you again!

Καλὰ Χριστούγεννα 2016

Nativity by Jeff Reese
Photo by Jeff Weese

Again this year the flow of traffic that came in to this blog on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day was wonderful to see. I appreciate your visit, whether you come to learn about Greek or Greek Linguistics, or even if this time of year is the only time you visit.

Peace and joy to you all.

NOTE ADDED April 14, 2023: The following notice, published in 2016, remains here for historical reasons, but the domain name is no longer valid. I no longer own the domain name “”, and you cannot access this blog from there. The “” address still works, and it redirects to the secure homepage of this blog (

You can now access this blog by typing into the address bar at the top of your browser. and now point to the same place.

Greek alphabet etched in stone
©️Micheal Palmer

Καλά Χριστούγεννα 2015

I wish you all a peaceful and joyous Christmas.

Seeing the flow of traffic that comes in to this blog every year on Christmas Eve is a beautiful experience for me. I appreciate your visit, whether you come to learn about Greek or Greek Linguistics, or even if this is the only time you have ever come to the Greek Language and Linguistics Blog and you just wanted to learn how to say Merry Christmas in Greek (You can get that here).

Peace and joy to you all.

Nativity by Jeff Weese
Nativity, by Jeff Weese, Attribution 2.0 Generic Liscense

Thank You

Top50I would like to thank you for helping this blog reach the Top 50 Biblioblog ranking again this quarter. The summer rankings can be viewed here.

I have been somewhat slack on updating the blog recently, so I am particularly pleased to see it still remaining useful. I hope to be more active for the rest of the Summer.