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THE SHICHALIN GREEK-LATIN STUDY
GLS RUSSIAN EDITIONS
Petruchenko O. A. Latin-Russian Dictionary (1914 edition reprint), 1994, 816 pages, 85 rbs.
Orbis Romanus pictus. The Roman World in Pictures. Primary Latin Reader. 1994, 144 pages, 10 rbs.
Kozarzhevsky A. Ch. A Manual of the Old Greek Language, 3-d ed. Revised and supplemented by a readers including Old Testament and New Testament texts, patristic writings and liturgical texts. 1998, 336 pages, 40 rbs.
Snell B. Greek Metrics, 1999, 120 pages, 20 rbs.
A History of Philosophy: West - Russia - East, Book I. The Philosophy of Antiquity and the Middle Ages, 1995, 1996, 1999, 480 pages; Book II, The 15th-19th Century Philosophy, 1997, 1998, 560 pages; Book III, The 20th Century Philosophy, a textbook for university students, 1999, 448 pages, volumes 2-4 available, 35 rbs each.
A Reader on Old Greek, 2nd ed. Revised and supplemented by a grammar reference book, 1999, 40rbs.
St. Augustine, Against the Academicians, Latin and Russian texts, 1999, 192 pages, 22 rbs.
GLS EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURES
A preparatory grammar school class (pre-gymnasium) for 9 and 10-year old children. Enrolment from May to September 30.
Grammar school at the Shichalin Greek-Latin Study. The grammar school was opened on September 1, 1993. We seek to revive in Moscow the conservative educational institution which was typical for Moscow in the 19th-20th centuries. It prepared pupils for university studies on any discipline. The first grade of the grammar school is correspondent to the fifth grade in secondary school. The term is 7 years. The basis of the education is made up of the three blocks of disciplines: ancient languages, mathematics, catechism. Catecism includes an introduction to Church Slavonic and supplemented by choir singing; with the blessing of the priest, children may participate in church services.
From 1999, the Grammar School enrols children of 6 and 7 years of age to the 1-st grade of the elementary school and to a preparatory class of the elementary school. In addition to the obligatory disciplines envisaged by the basic curriculum, pupils are offered classes on modeling, drawing, choreography and church singing.
Starting from 1999, a Preparatory Grammar School Class begins at the GLS. Its purpose is to train grammar school teachers through evening and correspondence studies in the Russian language and literature, a foreign language, history, mathematics, physics, Latin and catechism.
THE ZEALOTS OF EDUCATION PUBLIC ORGANIZATION
In May 1999, the Zealots of Education established its branch in Perm. Its aim is to found a grammar school there. Similar efforts have been made in Yekaterinburg, Tomsk, Saratov, Ulianovsk, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Ryazan and Klin. In this connection, the Zealots of Education are seeking to obtain the status of a national organization.
The work of the Zealots of Education has been blessed by His Holiness Patriarch Alexy II of Moscow and All Russia.
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