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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.

 
 
A New Latin Syntax
 
This book gives a historical account of the chief Latin constructions, aiming to equip students to interpret texts as well as to write correct Latin. The index of passages quoted makes it useful as a reference work for teachers.
 
 
On Unbelievable Tales: Palaephatus: Peri Apiston
 

Palaephatus, a contemporary of Aristotle, sought to reinforce belief in the historicity of ancient heroes by tracing the evolution of "actual" events into marvelously embellished myths.

 
 
Plato: Apology
 

An annotated Greek text of Plato's Apology of Socrates (complete), the revised 2003 edition of this popular textbook has many student-friendly features that include vocabulary and grammatical notes now on the same page and pages facing the text, and three new appendices.

 
 
3 Plays by Plautus
 
Based on the perennial dilemmas and follies of man, Plautus created timeless comedies that retain their ability to amuse and entertain. This edition includes a stimulating analysis of Plautus' approach to comedy and background on the social and political customs of his times.
 
 
Plutarch's Life of Pericles
 

This excellent text features an extensive apparatus criticus and marginal notes that enhance the student's understanding of Plutarch's account of Pericles' life. The introduction concludes with a useful chronology of events in the time of Pericles and a valuable addendum dealing with textual matters. The book also includes a vocabulary and four indices.

 
 
The Reckless Heart: Meleager and Atalanta
 
 
 
Rest Lightly: An Anthology of Greek and Latin Tomb Inscriptions
 

Touching tomb inscriptions from the ancients, in Greek and Latin, with English tranlsations.

 
 
A Short Guide to Classical Mythology
 
A concise, user-friendly, quick reference for general readers, students and teachers, Kirkwood's text provides a user-friendly, quick reference guide for teachers, students, and general readers.
 
 
Simonides: A Historical Study
 
In his examination of the public life and poetical career of Simonides, Molyneux has provided a thorough examination of all the documentary evidence available with respect to one of history's major choral lyric poets. He offers a judicious assessment of the evidence for dating of events and poetry in the various stages of Simonides' career. In analyzing this information, Prof. Molyneux considers the occasion and date of Simonides' poems; the dates of his association with various patrons; his whereabouts and movements at various stages of his poetic career; and his relationship with the communities, governments, or individuals for whom he wrote.
 
 
Simonides: A Historical Study
 
In his examination of the public life and poetical career of Simonides, Molyneux has provided a thorough examination of all the documentary evidence available with respect to one of history's major choral lyric poets. He offers a judicious assessment of the evidence for dating of events and poetry in the various stages of Simonides' career. In analyzing this information, Prof. Molyneux considers the occasion and date of Simonides' poems; the dates of his association with various patrons; his whereabouts and movements at various stages of his poetic career; and his relationship with the communities, governments, or individuals for whom he wrote.
 
 
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