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Ars longa, vita brevis: Art is long, life is short
 

Raphael's fresco, "The School of Athens," from the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican, helps reiterate this Hippocratic translation.

 
 

Augury Is for the Birds
 

Encounter the ancient Roman practice of augury, or bird divination—entirely in Latin!

Marcus, a young Roman boy, couldn’t care less about birds or their significance, even if they convey the divine will of Jupiter himself! He’d much rather train as a Roman soldier, just like his dad Titus. His dad, however, has other plans: he has arranged for Marcus to learn the ins and outs of interpreting bird signs from skilled augur Lucius. As Marcus finds, deciphering the gods’ plans for the future is hard enough—will he and his dad ever be able to come to an understanding about his own future?

 
 

Caesar & Vergil AP* Vocabulary Cards
 

All vocabulary appearing five or more times in Vergil and Caesar AP* selections is included in these 501 cards. Cards come on high quality precut card stock. Prepunched holes and a ring make these study aids easy to take anywhere.

 
 

Catullus Vocabulary Cards for AP* Selections
 

190 vocabulary cards from AP selections from Catullus, bound in book form and printed on perforated cardstock, arranged in three sections by frequency of occurrence: words occurring 15 times or more; words occurring 9–14 times, and words occurring 5–8 times. An easy-assembly box, grammatical supplement (Graphic Latin Grammar cards, not laminated), appendices on meter and rhetorical devices (both from Ronnie Ancona's Writing Passion), and full vocabulary list are also included.

 
 

Cicero and Horace Vocabulary Frequency Lists for AP * Selections
 

Horace and Cicero Frequency Lists for AP* Selections consists of four lists of the most frequent words met in the required lines of the Horace and Cicero AP* Latin Literature curriculum. The Latin words for each author are listed in two different ways. The first is a list with words divided into frequency of occurrence (15+ times, 9–14 times, 5–8 times), designed for review of the most frequent vocabulary words found in Horace and Cicero. The second is a list to be used as a glossary.

 
 

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