WSJ -- The Ancient Greek version of Harry Potter spent at least one day as the No. 1 seller on Amazon.com last summer. The translation is "probably the longest bit of Ancient Greek that's been put together for the last few hundred years," notes Andrew Wilson, the retired British secondary-school teacher who translated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone into the language of Plato.
The book includes the ancient Greek words for "Hogwarts" (Hyogoetou)and "Quidditch" (ikarosphairike), both coined by the translator who "did it for the money."
JK Rowling -- Hareios Poter Kai he tou Philosophou Lithos (ISBN 158234826X) is reviewed by Brian Carey in "An Ancient Greek Potter" on the "Opinion" page of The Wall Street Journal, October 22, 2004.