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A Latin Epic Reader: Selections from Ten Epics
 

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 significance begins with Ennius, who adaptated Greek dactylic hexameter into Latin, securing the genre’s primacy as a narrative vehicle for celebrating Roman achievements. From these beginnings Latin hexameter was refined in the poetry of Lucretius and Catullus; the form flourished in the hands of Vergil and his successors.

 
 

A Latin Picture Dictionary for Everyone: Lingua Latina Depicta
 

Designed for Latin students, A Latin Picture Dictionary for Everyone asks the learner to make a ready connection between an image and its corresponding Latin word. Illustrated exercises provide an opportunity for students to practice with and internalize the Latin vocabulary.

 
 

A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry: A Transitional Reader for Catullus, Horace, and Ovid
 

Love Poetry Readings for Comprehension and Review
This reader introduces intermediate Latin students to Catullus, Horace, and Ovid. It offers a transition to reading these authors by presenting slightly modified versions of poems before the students read the authentic Latin verse as review. Vocabulary, reading helps, grammar reviews with exercises, and discussion questions are included, as well as sections on metrics, poetic devices and a complete glossary.

 
 

A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry: A Transitional Reader for Catullus, Horace, and Ovid - Teacher's Guide
 

The Teacher’s Guide for A Little Book of Latin Love Poetry streamlines class preparation by providing answer keys for discussion questions, exercises, and drills; and literal translations and metrical scansion for all the poems. Ideas for student projects allow the teacher access to proven classroom assessments. It’s like having an experienced colleague just down the hall! The Guide allows busy teachers to concentrate on the things that matter most: what happens in the classroom and what extra attention individual students may need to succeed.

 
 

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