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Comedy in the Pro Caelio
 

Reprint of the 1973 E. J. Brill edition, with an appendix on the In Clodium et Curionem

 
 
The Comic History of Rome
 

Beckett's The Comic History of Rome, first published in London in 1852, is now available in a reprint. The author's intent is to combine instruction with amusement. Teachers and students alike will welcome Beckett's humor and witty representation of the great chapters of Roman history from the earliest times to the death of Caesar.

 
 
Early American Latin Verse
 

During their first two centuries of colonial life, Americans produced a large and fascinating body of original Latin poetry. The poets included in this anthology are important in that they represent the continuity and vitality of the tradition of the study of Latin in the West as a major educational and cultural force. The book includes Latin text and notes.

 
 
Early American Latin Verse
 

During their first two centuries of colonial life, Americans produced a large and fascinating body of original Latin poetry. The poets included in this anthology are important in that they represent the continuity and vitality of the tradition of the study of Latin in the West as a major educational and cultural force. The book includes Latin text and notes.

 
 
The Epic of Gilgamesh: Second Edition
 

The longing stretch toward the infinite . . . the reluctant embrace of the temporal. This is the eternal lot of mankind. This is The Epic of Gilgamesh. Our revised 2nd edition of mankind's first epic features a lucid historical and cultural introduction by Dr. Robert D. Biggs, a new interpretive essay on the themes of Gilgamesh by Dr. James G. Keenan and their echoes in other literature, and the ancient world as well as original illustrations.

 
 
Kaegi's Greek Grammar
 

First published in 1884, Kaegi's Greek Grammar was designed for beginning students with this principle in mind: "The study of grammar is but to aid the reading of Greek." Kaegi's approach enjoyed wide acceptance and acclaim, with translations into Bohemian, Russian, French, and Polish. In its 21st edition, the book remains an excellent tool for helping students achieve Greek literacy.

 
 
Latin Music Through the Ages
 

Latin text, English translation, vocabulary, essays, and bibliography to accompany the musical performance. This is also the libretto for audio-CD listening.

 
 
Luciani Vera Historia
 

A reprint of the second edition of a Victorian English-annotated edition of Vera Historia, this is the only English-language commentary on that work in print. The notes are a helpful aid in explicating the language and Lucian's references. Includes an introduction and illustrations.

 
 
Meleager: The Poems
 

As a poet and an editor of an anthology that transmitted the poetry of many Hellenistic epigrammists to modern times, Meleager is an important literary figure, and this text provides an excellent introduction to his poetry.

 
 
Millennium: A Latin Reader: A.D. 374-1374
 
Intended for anyone interested in exploring the range of Latin literature beyond the confines of the "classical" period, Millennium explores writing ranging from the Bible to the Carmina Burana, and authors ranging from St. Anselm to William of Malmesbury. Each of the book's seven sections includes an insightful introduction, and the book also features notes and bibliography.
 
 
New Latin Composition
 

First published in 1912, Bennett's New Latin Composition remains a highly regarded, widely used composition text for both high schools and colleges. Part I is based on the works of Caesar with illustrative samples drawn directly from his own words. Parts II and III concentrate on Cicero.

 
 
New Latin Grammar
 

A model of clarity and precision, Bennett's New Latin Grammar uses copious specific examples from primary sources to teach Latin's inflections, syntax, sounds, accents, particles, and word formations. This reprint of Bennett's 1908 revised grammar remains a highly regarded, widely-used resource both in and out of the classroom. Traditional in its structure and exhaustive in its scope, the descriptions of all things grammatical remain accessible and current after over 100 years of Latin pedagogy.

 
 
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