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From Rome to Reformation: Early European History for the New Millennium
 

Rose Williams skillfully leads the reader through the maze of power plays and the gradual rise of sovereign states that followed the collapse of the Roman Empire. Readers will appreciate Williams' engaging style and her ability to synthesize succinctly this busy period of history. Recognizing the symbiotic relationship between literature and the era in which it was produced, From Rome to Reformation: Early European History for the New Millennium provides a comprehensive overview of the interconnecting historical events, literary figures, and intellectual developments in European history and its Latin literature. This is a perfect companion text for courses in the humanities, western civilization, and Latin.

 
 

How Many Animals?: Quot Animalia?
 

Kids learn to count animals in Latin.
Experts recommend that children start a foreign language as early as possible. With this book, a child can start learning Latin at age four. Latin is an excellent foreign language to select. Just ask any lawyer, doctor, scientist, or nurse.

 
 

I am Reading Latin Series Books
 

The "I am Reading Latin" series functions as an excellent opportunity to introduce your children to the Latin language as young as 4 years old.

 
 

I am Reading Latin Stories: Set of Four Books
 

Set of four new Latin books for children aged 4-8 by author and emerita Latin teacher Rose Williams:


  • Ursus et Porcus — Bear meets pig in this forest fable of how to get along.
  • Taurus Rex — The barnyard bully learns a valuable lesson on the value of friendship.
  • Rena Rhinocerus — A baby rhinoceros knows there's a bump on his nose: a story about growing up.
  • Octavus Octopus — Young Octavus discovers what's right about where he lives.

 
 

Latin Everywhere, Everyday: A Latin Phrase Workbook
 

This workbook of Latin phrases and mottoes is filled with exercises, projects, and games designed for students in grades 7-10. There are three parts to the workbook: sententiae or Latin phrases, abbreviations, and mottoes. The first section contains 180 Latin phrases, one for each day of the school year. There are five phrases on each page so that students can see a whole week's work at once. A variety of exercises helps students master each group of phrases. The second section of the workbook contains Latin mottoes of states, schools, colleges, and organizations. The third section reviews the 29 Latin abbreviations that were introduced in section one. All three sections are filled with interesting derivatives, engaging information, delightful facts, and ample exercises.

 
 

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