Download Aeneas to Augustus: A Beginning Latin Reader for College Students

Aeneas to Augustus: A Beginning Latin Reader for College Students

Roman history in Latin readings sustained by English prefaces and generous annotation, “Aeneas to Augustus” is paper-bound and lithographed from typescript while practice tests its effectiveness. Prose (Part I) and poetry (Part II)–each Part a term’s work with a full historic span–may be alternated during a year’s course without losing continuity. Latin readings approxim
Roman history in Latin readings sustained by English prefaces and generous annotation, “Aeneas to Augustus” is paper-bound and lithographed from typescript while practice tests its effectiveness. Prose (Part I) and poetry (Part II)–each Part a term’s work with a full historic span–may be alternated during a year’s course without losing continuity. Latin readings approximate a class hour’s needs; each Part forms a sequence of graduated complexity; a vocabulary is included; and literary and linguistic annotations will interest both beginning and advanced students.


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