By Thomas K. Arnold
A newly revised and typeset edition of one of the most popular textbooks used for review of grammar and for writing Latin composition.
The gold standard in Latin composition, used . . . [more]...
|Latin Epic Reader, A: Selections from Ennius, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid, Manilius, Lucan, Valerius Flaccus, Statius, and Silius Italicus|
By Alison Keith
Epic crowned the classical hierarchy of genres, in large part because of the prestige of its subject matter—the establishment and maintenance of divine and human order. In ancient Rome, epic’s . . . [more]...
|Latin Laughs: A Production of Plautus' Poenulus|
By John H. Starks, Jr., Matthew D. Panciera, Christopher Brunelle, et alli
Kidnapping, romance, and a contest between lover and leno form the plot of Plautus' Poenulus, an ancient comedy that provides a rollicking good time for modern readers and audiences. Scripted . . . [more]...
|Lucan Reader, A|
By Susanna Braund
Lucan’s epic poem, Civil War, portrays the stark, dark horror of the years 49 through 48 BCE, the grim reality of Romans fighting Romans, of Julius Caesar vs. Pompey the . . . [more]...
|Lucretius: Selections from De rerum natura|
By Bonnie A. Catto
There are few ancient authors as compelling as Lucretius: scientist, poet, philosopher, passionate observer of nature. While Caesar, Cicero, and Vergil have long vied for first place in the classical . . . [more]...
|Petronius: Selections from the Satyricon|
By Gilbert Lawall
Students will delight in Petronius' highly entertaining stories, including his famous "dinner party," which provide a colorful view of life in first century CE Rome. Some 901 lines of unadapted . . . [more]...
|Phaedra of Seneca, The|
By Sarah Lawall, Gilbert Lawall, Gerde Kinkel
Complete with abundant notes and vocabulary aids, this text makes Seneca’s masterpiece of Roman tragic poetry an accessible Latin read for advanced high school and college students at the intermediate . . . [more]...
By Gilbert Lawall, Betty Nye Quinn
Easily the best known of Plautus’ plays, Menaechmi’s popularity has rested on its broad farcical humor and exuberant dialogue. This edition aims to make a first reading the enjoyable experience . . . [more]...
|Res Gestae Divi Augusti|
By Rex E. Wallace
This unadapted Latin text of the emperor Augustus' autobiography is designed to allow the intermediate/advanced student at the high school or college level to read Latin rapidly, without having constantly . . . [more]...
|Tacitus Reader, A Selections from Annales, Historiae, Germania, Agricola, and Dialogus|
By Steven H. Rutledge
Representative selections (total of 598 lines) from the work of the Tacitus, chosen to represent the entire existing corpus of Tacitus: Annales, Historiae, Germania, Agricola, and Dialogus. The reading selections . . . [more]...
|Terence Reader, A: Selections from Six Plays|
By William S. Anderson
This volume, intended for third- and fourth-year college and advanced high-school use, presents a selection of annotated passages in Latin from six plays by Terence: Andria, Heauton, Phormio, Hecyra, Eunuchus, . . . [more]...
|Tibullus Reader, A: Seven Selected Elegies|
By Paul Allen Miller
Albius Tibullus, considered along with Ovid and Propertius one of the canonical elegists of the Augustan period, was in antiquity deemed the most accomplished of the three. Quintilian sums it . . . [more]...
|Writing Passion: A Catullus Reader|
By Ronnie Ancona
The passion and immediacy of Catullus’ lyrics can for readers obscure the complexity of his poems’ moods and subjects. Informed by the latest in Catullan scholarship, Ronnie Ancona gives Catullus’ . . . [more]...