W. D. Lowe

W. D. Lowe William Douglas Lowe (1879-1922) studied classics at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He taught at University College, Dunham, from 1903 until the start of World War I, when he became an officer in the Dunham Light Infantry and later commanded the 18th Battalion, DLI. Following the war, Lowe returned to Dunham, where he remained until his death in 1922. Lowe coauthored with C. E. Freeman A Greek Reader for Schools (Clarendon Press, 1917; reprinted by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers by arrangement with Oxford University Press, 1994, 2009) and Rome and Her Kings: Livy I: Graded Selections (Clarendon Press, 1920; reprinted by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2000) and authored Herodotus: The Wars of Greece and Persia (Oxford, 1913; reprinted by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1990).

W. D. Lowe's Books

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  • Rome and Her Kings: Livy I: Graded Selections

    Authors: C.E. Freeman, W. D. Lowe
    Product Code: 4509
    ISBN: 978-0-86516-450-5

    Description & More Details

    This graded reader of 610 lines, a reprint of an original 1920 Oxford edition, presents connected excerpts from Livy I (Ab Urbe Condita). The text was designed to enhance progress in reading Latin, reinforce knowledge of grammar and syntax, reinforce grammar through Latin composition, and foster appreciation of Livy as a prose writer, historian, and moralist.