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Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences
 

Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences offers students a wealth of Sententiae selected and annotated to pair with each of the 40 chapters of Wheelock's Latin. In addition, 16 Loci Immutati offer readings from the Bible, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Bonaventure, and more. Although designed to accompany Wheelock's Latin, this text is a great resource for anyone interested in reading Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin sooner. The thorough notes found in this text make reading these Latin selections possible and enjoyable for readers from any background.

 
 

Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences TG
 

This Teacher’s Guide will enrich the use of Ecclesiastical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin Sentences. In addition to full translations, the commentary provides background for teachers, refined vocabulary definitions, comments on morphology, grammar help referencing Gildersleeve’s Latin Grammar, and suggested in-class questions.

 
 

Latin of Science
 

This unique text provides a firsthand experience of what was for centuries the universal language of science—Latin. A historical survey sets the context for Latin selections from seventeen authors who wrote in Latin and three whose works were translated into Latin. The anthology of twenty-two science readings in Latin covers eight subject areas from general knowledge selections from scholars like Pliny the Elder and Isidore of Seville to writings on optics from Alhazen and Newton. A brief essay introduces each author while vocabulary, syntax, and contextual notes facilitate reading the Latin passages. Images present the Latin selections as their original readers would have experienced them.


  • Authors: Agricola, Alberti, Alhazen, Bacon, Copernicus, de Soto, Euclid, Faventinus, Galvani, Harvey, Isidore of Seville, Kepler, Leibniz, Libavius, Maimonides, Newton, Oresme, Pliny the Elder, Seneca, Vitruvius
  • Subject Areas: Architecture and Engineering, Astronomy and Rational Mechanics, Chemistry, Economics, General Knowledge, Mathematics, Medicine, and Optics

 
 

 

Lumina: Artes Latinae Level I online course available Fall 2019


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.

 
 

 

Lumina: Artes Latinae Level 2 online course available Fall 2019


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.

 
 

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