|Aesop's Fables in Latin|
By Laura Gibbs
This intermediate Latin reader allows students to review grammar and syntax and increase their knowledge of Latin prose style while they read eighty Aesop’s fables in Latin prose, taken from . . . [more]...
|Cicero's First Catilinarian Oration|
By Anthony Hollingsworth
This innovative DVD contains commentaries and digital manuscripts designed for viewing on either a PC or Macintosh platform in the classroom or at home. Over five hours of video . . . [more]...
|Horace: A LegamusTransitional Reader|
Student Text By Ronnie Ancona, David J. Murphy
This reader contains 203 lines of Latin selections from Horace (Satire 1.4, 103–126; 1.6, 70–92; Odes 1.5; 1.23; 1.11; 3.9; 2.10; 1.37; 1.9; 3.30). It is designed for students moving . . . [more]...
|Introduction to Latin Prose Composition|
By Milena Minkova
A new approach to Latin prose composition, this book is concisely organized, giving easy and efficient reference. The ten chapters deal with conveying messages in simple sentences, connecting independent sentences . . . [more]...
|Lectiones de Historia Romana|
By Rose Williams
These short chronological readings on events that shaped the Roman world (birth and growth of Rome, wars, age of emperors, decline of empire) are designed for all students of Latin, . . . [more]...
|Oedipus of Lucius Annaeus Seneca, The|
By Michael Elliot Rutenberg
Rutenberg's adaptation of Seneca's Oedipus is the first translation of this Roman tragedy to interpolate excerpts from Seneca's moral philosophies into the text. This juxtaposition of Seneca's calm, rational thought . . . [more]...
|Ovid LEGAMUS Transitional Reader|
By Denise Davis-Henry, Caroline Perkins
This reader contains lines of Latin selections from Ovid poems, designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin into reading the authentic Latin of Ovid. Introductory materials include an . . . [more]...
|Ovid Vocabulary Cards for AP* Selections|
By Richard A. LaFleur, Brad Tillery
These vocabulary cards allow students an easy way to memorize Latin vocabulary words that appear five or more times in the AP* Ovid syllabus selections. The cards are divided into . . . [more]...
|Roman Verse Satire:Lucilius to Juvenal|
By William T. Wehrle, William J. Dominik
Satura quidem tota nostra est Satire is altogether ours was the claim of the Roman Quintilian, the first century C.E. commentator on rhetorical and literary matters, for the literary world . . . [more]...
|Shock-Headed Peter: In Latin * English * German|
By Heinrich Hoffmann, Peter Wiesmann (Latin), Ann E Wild (New English)
You'd REALLY better watch out: cautionary tales that will curl your hair, too: in Latin, German, English
Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann's Der Struwwelpeter, the best known German children's book, was first published . . . [more]...
|Three Plays by Plautus|
By Paul Roche
By basing his plays on the perennial dilemmas and follies of man, Plautus created timeless comedies that retain their ability to amuse and entertain. In this volume, Roche's translations of . . . [more]...
|Vergil's Aeneid (Cobbold translation)|
Translated by G. B. Cobbold
One of the pillars of the Western literary tradition, Vergil's Aeneid is also a terrific read: the story of a man whose city is destroyed in war, and of his . . . [more]...
|Vergil: A LEGAMUS Transitional Reader|
Student Text By Thomas J. Sienkewicz, LeaAnn A. Osburn
Aeneid, Books I, II, and IV, designed for students moving from elementary or intermediate Latin into reading the authentic Latin of Vergil. Passages are accompanied by pre-reading materials, grammatical exercises, . . . [more]...
|Words and Ideas Answer Key|
By William Dominik
This Answer Key contains answers to all the Exercises, Word Study, and For Consideration questions in the popular etymology in context textbook, Words & Ideas.
The Answer Key is intended to . . . [more]...
|Young Romans, The|
By Rose Williams
Roman historians and authors recount the tales of many Roman youth who had influence—for better or for worse—upon their society and therefore upon subsequent history. Ascanius, Camilla, Cloelia, Alexander the . . . [more]...