Ancient Greek Language 'Revives' in Albania
Albanian Daily News
Published August 10, 2017
The summer schools are turning into a tradition in the History and Philology Faculty, part of Tirana University. The students deepen their knowledge of four dead languages like the Greek, the Ottoman language in four different classrooms recently opened in this faculty.
The knowledge gained by the students during these summer schools will gradually transform them into experts in the translation of important documents that point to the Balkans past.
The ancient Greek, which was documented for the first time 3400 years ago, is the language once used by the Balkan countries. According to the historians this was also the 2nd official language in the Roman Empire.
Ancient Greek and Latin language are considered dead language. They have lost their use and are currently used for historical and historical purposes.