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Son, come home with your shield or on it - Greek

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Son, come home with your shield or on it - Greek
Product Code: P29
ISBN: P29
Product Format: Button
Price:  $2.00

This dying warrior, now in Munich, from the Temple of Aphaea at Aegina, Greece, falls with his shield in hand behind this line from Plutarch.

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The Story of the Iliad

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The Story of the Iliad
Author: E.T. Owen
Product Code: 2352
ISBN: 978-0-86516-235-8
Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Inc.
Pages: 256
Product Format: Paperback
Price:  $25.00

E. T. Owen discusses what makes the Iliad such an enduring work of art - including narrative technique, imagery, and characterization - and shows how each incident contributes to the overall emotional effect of the poem.
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Timeo Danaos et dona ferentis: I fear Greeks (even) bearing gifts

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Timeo Danaos et dona ferentis: I fear Greeks (even) bearing gifts
Product Code: P17
ISBN: P17
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The Trojan horse, as seen on this vase from the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, stands behind the quote from Vergil.

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Tonight They All Dance: 92 Latin & English Haiku

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Tonight They All Dance: 92 Latin & English Haiku
Editeds: Dirk Sacre, Marcel Smets   Translator: Herman Servotte   Illustrator: Mark McIntyre
Product Code: 441X
ISBN: 978-0-86516-441-3
Pages: 104
Product Format: Hardbound
Price:  $15.00

Elegant simplicity: Haiku in Latin, with English translation. Tonight They All Dance can serve as a primer to the composition of Latin verse and, as such, can lend students and scholars alike insight into the intricacies and joys of writing poetry in a non-native language. Haiku, with its short form and engaging content, is the ideal instrument for a first exploration of Latin poetic composition. By modeling the composition of Latin haiku and translating both the substance and the form into English haiku, students will begin to understand the challenges of accurate and beautiful translation. It is only through such intimate experience that a true sense of Latin verse can be gained.

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Tonight They All Dance: 92 Latin & English Haiku

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Tonight They All Dance: 92 Latin & English Haiku
Editeds: Dirk Sacre, Marcel Smets   Translator: Herman Servotte   Illustrator: Mark McIntyre
Product Code: 4401
ISBN: 978-0-86516-440-6
Pages: 104
Product Format: Paperback
Price:  $10.00

Elegant simplicity: Haiku in Latin, with English translation. Tonight They All Dance can serve as a primer to the composition of Latin verse and, as such, can lend students and scholars alike insight into the intricacies and joys of writing poetry in a non-native language. Haiku, with its short form and engaging content, is the ideal instrument for a first exploration of Latin poetic composition. By modeling the composition of Latin haiku and translating both the substance and the form into English haiku, students will begin to understand the challenges of accurate and beautiful translation. It is only through such intimate experience that a true sense of Latin verse can be gained.

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