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Lumina: Artes Latinae Level 1 Self-Teaching Latin Online Course
 

Lumina: Artes Latinae Level 1 online course is available, now at a special introductory price of $75.00; the regular price is $100.00. The course is offered as a one-year subscription.

Lumina: Artes Latinae is an online self-teaching Latin course structured to accommodate multiple levels of students, each learning at his or her own pace in a classroom setting during independent study or homeschool setting.

Developed by Dr. Waldo E. Sweet of the University of Michigan for Encyclopedia Britannica, Lumina: Artes Latinae is an easy-to-follow course that includes all the tools a student needs to achieve a firm command of Latin. The course was carefully crafted and refined to suit the needs and abilities of a broad spectrum of students. Lumina: Artes Latinae meets existing foreign language requirements for high school graduation.

 
 

They Said It First The Wisdom of the Ancient Greeks and Romans
 

They Said It First provides a unique twist on quotation collections: ancient Greek and Roman sayings, alongside English translations, are paired with their more modern counterparts. The likes of W. E. B. Dubois and Mark Twain may have eloquently expressed eternal truths and pithy witticisms—but frequently, Homer or Seneca the Younger got there first.

 
 

Under His Father's Wing, Marcus de Auguribus Discit
 

Encounter stories of ancient Greek and Roman augurs, special seers who interpreted bird signs—entirely in Latin!


Marcus, a young Roman boy, has been struggling to show his father Titus that he is simply not cut out for life as an augur. Why can’t he seek adventure and glory as a soldier? Titus, in turn, can’t quite get Marcus to understand the importance of augury, especially its role in keeping Roman soldiers safe. Titus has seen the dangers of war firsthand and fears for his son’s future. By telling Marcus stories of legendary Greek and Roman augurs, Titus hopes to convey some tough truths about military life—and why divining the gods’ will is essential. Along the way, he also reveals how augury has been woven into the fabric of Rome’s very existence.

 
 

William Sanders Scarborough's First Lessons in Greek
 

Ward W. Briggs, Jr., in his foreword, and Michele Valerie Ronnick, in her introduction, provide the historical and intellectual context for this pioneering work written by a nineteenth-century African American classicist. The introductory text includes Greek to English and English to Greek exercises that drill Greek grammar and vocabulary as well as readings from Xenophon’s Anabasis and Memorabilia.


  • Foreword by Ward W. Briggs, Jr., PhD
  • Introduction by Michele Valerie Ronnick, PhD

 
 

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