Provides teachers and students alike with a modern, inviting and structured way to sustain interest and excellence in Latin. Based on the reading of original texts, the course is structured around a narrative detailing the life of the poet Horace, which helps students to develop an understanding of the times of Cicero and Augustus.
Modern and inviting structure, with increased coverage of women and daily life in Roman society Easy-to-follow grammar sections at the back of each Students' Book A wide range of language practice exercises Teachers' Books provide helpful notes and ideas, as well as full translations of all passages, saving teachers valuable preparation time.
, James Morwood
Oxford University Press
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Series: Oxford Latin Course
01 September 1996
Primary & secondary/elementary & high school
1. Comitia ; Elections ; 2. Quintus domo discedit ; SPQR (Senatus Populusque Romanus) ; 3. Roma ; Rome ; 4. Ludus Orbilii ; Greece and Rome ; 5. Marcus Quintum domum suam invitat ; Cicero ; 6. Ludi circenses ; The games ; 7. Marcus Quintum ad balnea ducit ; A day at Rome ; 8. Caesaris triumphi ; The Roman triumph ; 9. Quintus togam virilem sumit ; Into adulthood ; 10. Idus Martiae ; The end of the republic ; 11. Quintus Roma discedere parat ; Trade by water ; 12. Quintus ad Graeciam navigat ; Greece ; 13. Academia ; Stoic and Epicurean ; 14. Horatiae nuptiae ; Weddings ; 15. Brutus Athenas advenit ; Antony, Octavian and the senate ; 16. Scintilla epistolam ad Quintum scribit ; Birth and childhood ; Appendix: Cena Trimalchionis ; Reference grammar ; Latin-English vocabulary ; English-Latin vocabulary ; Index of grammar