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Explore Latin: Aves
 

Explore the world of birds within an ancient Roman context—entirely in Latin! Using fewer than one-hundred unique Latin words, this Explore Latin reader offers an immersive introduction to the significance of birds in Roman culture and religion. From crows and ravens to eagles and owls, see how these creatures were represented in Roman (and Greek) imagery. Copious color photographs support the Latin text, helping to make information readily comprehensible to novice learners.

 
 

Farrago Latina: A Teacher Resource
 
A collection of resources, activities, and reproducible worksheets that provides both new and veteran teachers with a variety of opportunities to make instruction and practice in Latin lively and memorable.
 
 

Felicitas multos habet amicos: Prosperity has many friends
 

Hans Holbein's portrait of Erasmus, at the Louvre Museum, provides a background for this Erasmus quote.

 
 

Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit.: Perhaps someday it will bring pleasure to remember even these things
 

The line from Vergil's Aeneid speaks as much for the epic as it does for the Gustave Doré painting of Vergil leading Dante, from France's Musée de Brou.

 
 

Graphic Latin Grammar Cards
 
These reference cards contain paradigms of regular, irregular, and deponent verbs, nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and numerals; plus charts of prepositions and adverbs; and a guide to syntax of cases and syntax of nouns - all in an easily readable and highly durable format.
 
 

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