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Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency: 4th edition
 

Conversational Latin is an excellent dual-language resource for exploring ancient and contemporary topics—ranging from the weather to politics—in lively dialogues with authentic Roman expression. Each chapter offers 3 conversations in varying degrees of difficulty supported by topical vocabulary. Latin as a living and vital language is showcased in this indispensable supplement to any standard Latin course of study. Traupman's book provides facing English translation; a comprehensive glossary; and appendices on "Yes and No in Latin," "Colors and Numbers," and "Sayings and Proverbs."

 
 

Horace: Selected Odes and Satire 1.9: 2nd Edition Revised
 

Ronnie Ancona’s pedagogical expertise and scholarly work on Horace have produced a text that is both student- and teacher-friendly as well as informed by the latest in Horatian scholarship. Horace was a talented and innovative literary craftsman whose lyrics reveal an extraordinary facility and playfulness with the Latin language. Ancona’s edition helps students begin to appreciate the nuances of Horace’s poetic art. The revised second edition features an updated bibliography and more visually appealing maps.

 
 

Horace: Selected Odes and Satire 1.9: Teacher's Guide: 2nd Edition Revised
 

Horace Selected Odes 1.9 Teacher's Guide includes an enlarged version of the Latin text for reproduction, literal translations of the poems, discussion and sample test questions, and an annotated bibliography.

 
 

Latin of Science
 

This unique text provides a firsthand experience of what was for centuries the universal language of science—Latin. A historical survey sets the context for Latin selections from seventeen authors who wrote in Latin and three whose works were translated into Latin. The anthology of twenty-two science readings in Latin covers eight subject areas from general knowledge selections from scholars like Pliny the Elder and Isidore of Seville to writings on optics from Alhazen and Newton. A brief essay introduces each author while vocabulary, syntax, and contextual notes facilitate reading the Latin passages. Images present the Latin selections as their original readers would have experienced them.


  • Authors: Agricola, Alberti, Alhazen, Bacon, Copernicus, de Soto, Euclid, Faventinus, Galvani, Harvey, Isidore of Seville, Kepler, Leibniz, Libavius, Maimonides, Newton, Oresme, Pliny the Elder, Seneca, Vitruvius
  • Subject Areas: Architecture and Engineering, Astronomy and Rational Mechanics, Chemistry, Economics, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Medicine, and Optics

 
 

Latin Picture Dictionary for Everyone Teacher's Guide
 

This text provides busy teachers with resources to facilitate the incorporation of active Latin in their classrooms.

 
 

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