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A New Latin Primer

Mary C. English and Georgia L. Irby

Publication Date - August 2015

ISBN: 9780199982011

688 pages
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7-1/2 x 9-1/4 inches

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Retail Price to Students: $34.99

Taking a traditional grammar approach and using only unadapted Latin, this straightforward text is ideal for beginning Latin courses

Description

Featuring a traditional, grammar-based approach, A New Latin Primer offers beginning students a solid overview of Latin grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. It provides concise, straightforward grammatical explanations and illustrates them with unadapted Latin examples so that students can learn from Roman authors how to employ the syntax under discussion. Each of the thirty-six lessons contains twelve short practice sentences along with fifteen passages of unadapted Latin from a wide variety of important classical and medieval authors: Catullus, Vergil, Horace, Ovid, Martial, Caesar, Cicero, Livy, Sallust, Tacitus, Augustus, Seneca, Pliny the Younger, Pliny the Elder, Augustine, Bede, inter alios. Explanatory notes and definitions of unfamiliar vocabulary appear immediately below the passages. All of the passages in a single lesson are tailored to one or two aspects of Roman culture or history, demonstrating how the study of Latin provides first-hand access to the texts that shape our understanding of the Roman world.

Ideal for use in introductory courses, as a self-study volume, or as an intensive review, A New Latin Primer is accompanied by a Student Workbook and a Companion Website that contain a variety of drills, additional practice sentences, translation practice, and word games. An Instructor's Resource Manual is also available to adopters.

About the Author(s)

Mary C. English is Associate Professor of Classics and General Humanities at Montclair State University.

Georgia L. Irby is Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Fellow of the College of the Liberal Arts at the College of William and Mary.

Dr. English and Dr. Irby are the coauthors of A Little Latin Reader (OUP, 2011).

Reviews

"A New Latin Primer teaches Latin language in the context of Roman society as a whole, locating the grammatical and syntactical components of its instructional mandate in a fuller picture of Roman cultural readings. It thereby manages to do what other grammars often do not: it begins from the key instructional principle that the language of a given culture is made most accessible and interesting to students when it is taught within its cultural context, not apart from it."--Gareth Williams, Columbia University

"This is a wonderful grammar-based approach to teaching Latin using unadapted, authentic texts from a wide range of genres, registers, and historical periods."--Madeline M. Henry, Purdue University

"What is special about A New Latin Primer is the way that it couples, in each chapter, an introduction to an important facet of Roman civilization with authentic Latin texts that illuminate that facet from a variety of angles. This unique achievement is made all the more valuable by the fact that it is integrated with a bracingly direct, no-nonsense introduction to the essentials of Latin grammar and syntax."--John Carlevale, Berea College

Table of Contents

    Preface
    About the Authors
    Introduction to Latin
    1. Present Tense (Latin Inscriptions)
    1.1. CIL IV 1454: Pompeii
    1.2. CIL IV 2331: Pompeii
    1.3. CIL IV 1222: Pompeii
    1.4. CIL IV 10234: Pompeii
    1.5. CIL IV 2409a: Pompeii
    1.6. CIL IV 2351: Pompeii
    1.7. CIL IV 5358: Pompeii
    1.8. CIL IV 3031a: Pompeii
    1.9. CIL IV 1816: Pompeii
    1.10. CIL IV 1625: Pompeii
    1.11. CIL IV 10093c: Pompeii
    1.12. CIL IV 10597: Pompeii
    1.13. CIL IV 1435: Pompeii
    1.14. CIL VI 29609: Pompeii
    1.15. CIL V 9226: Pompeii
    2. First and Second Declension Nouns and Adjectives (Publius Ovidius Naso)
    2.1. Ovid, Tristia 4.10.3
    2.2. Ovid, Ars Amatoria 1.631
    2.3. Ovid, Ars Amatoria 1.237
    2.4. Ovid, Heroides 1.3
    2.5. Ovid, Metamorphoses 10.264
    2.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 3.464
    2.7. Ovid, Metamorphoses 4.143 44
    2.8. Ovid, Metamorphoses 2.167 68
    2.9. Ovid, Metamorphoses, 10.23
    2.10. Ovid, Fasti 1.164
    2.11. Ovid, Heroides 7.7
    2.12. Ovid, Epistulae ex Ponto 1.4.19
    2.13. CIL IV 3131: Pompeii
    2.14. CIL IV 4429: Pompeii
    2.15. CIL VI 15258: Rome
    3. Third Declension Nouns and Adjectives (The Legends of Early Rome)
    3.1. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.1.11
    3.2. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.3.10 11
    3.3. Ovid, Fasti 2.369 70
    3.4. Ovid, Fasti 4.817 18
    3.5. Ovid, Ars Amatoria 1.115 16
    3.6. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.13.4
    3.7. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.58.7
    3.8. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.58.10
    3.9. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 2.2.4
    3.10. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 2.2.7
    3.11. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 3.48.5
    3.12. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 3.48.7
    3.13. CIL IV 710: Pompeii
    3.14. CIL IV 9131: Pompeii
    3.15. CIL IV 8623: Pompeii
    4. Vocative Case, Imperatives, and Personal Pronouns (Roman Poets and the Business of Poetry)
    4.1. Catullus 1.1 3
    4.2. Catullus 14.12
    4.3. Catullus 12.10 11
    4.4. Catullus 42.10 13
    4.5. Horace, Carmina 1.1.1 2
    4.6. Martial 1.2.7 8
    4.7. Ovid, Amores 3.1.35 36
    4.8. Ovid, Amores 1.1.13
    4.9. Ovid, Amores 1.9.1 2
    4.10. Ovid, Amores 1.1.27 28
    4.11. Ovid, Tristia 3.14.1 2
    4.12. Ovid, Amores 2.1.3 4
    4.13. Horace, Carmina 4.1.1 2
    4.14. Horace, Carmina 1.21.1 4
    4.15. Catullus 34.17 20
    5. Genitive Case (Roman Marriage and Motherhood)
    5.1. Cicero, ad Familiares 14.19
    5.2. Tacitus, Agricola 4.1
    5.3. Tacitus, Annales 1.69.1
    5.4. Statius, Silvae 1.2.113 14
    5.5. Seneca, de Consolatione ad Helviam 19.5
    5.6. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 4.19.2
    5.7. Petronius, Satyricon 37.7
    5.8. Juvenal, Saturae 6.85 86
    5.9. Suetonius, Vita Domitiani 4.1
    5.10. CIL VI 10072: Rome
    5.11. Cicero, pro Cluentio 15
    5.12. Lucan, Pharsalia 2.341 43
    5.13. Vergil, Aeneid 11.583 84
    5.14. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.4.2
    5.15. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.9.7
    6. Dative Case (Death, Mourning, and Roman Funeral Practices)
    6.1. Statius, Silvae 5.3.28
    6.2. Vergil, Aeneid 9.485-86
    6.3. Propertius, Elegiae 3.18.11-12
    6.4. Petronius, Satyricon 71
    6.5. Horace, Carmina 1.28.17-18
    6.6. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 16.139
    6.7. Vergil, Aeneid 6.298-300
    6.8. Vergil, Aeneid 2.793-95
    6.9. CIL VIII 27279: Dougga, Africa
    6.10. CIL I.2 1219: Rome
    6.11. Cicero, ad Familiares 4.6
    6.12. Vergil, Aeneid 4.700-04
    6.13. CIL VI 30978: Rome
    6.14. CIL VI 30991: Rome
    6.15. CIL VI 784 [ILS 3168]: Rome
    7. Accusative, Ablative, and Locative Cases (The Roman Army)
    7.1. Vegetius, de Re Militari 1.2
    7.2. Vegetius, de Re Militari 1.21
    7.3. Vergil, Aeneid 9.174 75
    7.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.81.3
    7.5. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 9.13.2
    7.6. Vegetius, de Re Militari 3.24
    7.7. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 23.43.6
    7.8. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.70.2
    7.9. Caesar, de Bello Civili 3.94.5
    7.10. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.88.3
    7.11. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.90.2
    7.12. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 7.32.17
    7.13. Vergil, Aeneid 11.89 90
    7.14. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 8.1
    7.15. Aberdeen Bestiary 16r
    8. Imperfect Tense (The Julio-Claudian Emperors)
    8.1. Suetonius, Vita Augusti 84.2
    8.2. Ovid, Fasti 2.137 38
    8.3. Vergil, Aeneid 8.714 718
    8.4. Suetonius, Vita Tiberii 66.1
    8.5. Tacitus, Annales 3.38.1
    8.6. Suetonius, Vita Caligulae 31.1
    8.7. Suetonius, Vita Caligulae 50.1
    8.8. Tacitus, Annales 6.50.5
    8.9. Seneca, Apocolocyntosis 7.4
    8.10. Tacitus, Annales 12.11.1
    8.11. Suetonius, Vita Neronis 19.2
    8.12. Suetonius, Vita Neronis 27.2
    8.13. Suetonius, Vita Augusti 63.1
    8.14. Juvenal, Saturae 6.117 19
    8.15. Suetonius, Vita Claudii 3.2
    9. Future Tense (Marcus Tullius Cicero)
    9.1. Cicero, ad Atticum1.2.1
    9.2. Cicero, ad Familiares 14.1.5
    9.3. Cicero, ad Familiares 14.7.2
    9.4. Cicero, ad Familiares 16.7
    9.5. Cicero, Philippica 2.50
    9.6. Cicero, Philippica 13.45
    9.7. Cicero, in Catilinam 2.26
    9.8. Cicero, pro Archia 22
    9.9. Cicero, pro Milone 38
    9.10. Cicero, pro Murena 84
    9.11. Cicero, de Senectute 3
    9.12. Cicero, de Officiis 2.11
    9.13. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 6.16.22
    9.14. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 9.33.11
    9.15. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 2.1.12
    10. Fourth and Fifth Declension Nouns (The Roman Empire: Geography, Topography, and Travel)
    10.1. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 5.132
    10.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.25.1
    10.3. Tacitus, Germania 5.1
    10.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.69.2 4
    10.5. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.32.7
    10.6. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 5.88
    10.7. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 5.71
    10.8. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 6.58
    10.9. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 4.89
    10.10. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 6.55
    10.11. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 3.41
    10.12. Vergil, Aeneid 3.389 93
    10.13. Tacitus, Germania 4.2
    10.14. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.23.5
    10.15. Tacitus, Germania 11.1
    11. Irregular Verbs (Marcus Valerius Martialis)
    11.1. Martial 1.5
    11.2. Martial 1.15.11 12
    11.3. Martial 1.64
    11.4. Martial 1.74
    11.5. Martial 1.91
    11.6. Martial 2.21
    11.7. Martial 5.57
    11.8. Martial 5.82
    11.9. Martial 1.61.1 2
    11.10. Martial 6.60
    11.11. Martial 11.31.1 5
    11.12. Martial, Liber Spectaculorum 32
    11.13. Catullus 6.15 18
    11.14. Catullus 42.1 2
    11.15. Catullus 45.21 22
    12. Personal, Reflexive, and Intensive Pronouns, and Pronominal Adjectives (Freedmen: Upward Mobility in Rome)
    12.1. Cicero, ad Familiares 16.3.2
    12.2. Martial 3.46.1 4
    12.3. Petronius, Satyricon 29.3
    12.4. Petronius, Satyricon 32.3
    12.5. Petronius, Satyricon 38.7
    12.6. Petronius, Satyricon 41.3
    12.7. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 9.21.3
    12.8. Suetonius, Vita Augusti 45.1
    12.9. Tacitus, Annales 13.13.1
    12.10. CIL VI 13244 = CIL VI 13245: Rome
    12.11. CIL VI 9583 [ILS 8341]: Rome
    12.12. CIL VI 11027: Rome
    12.13. CIL IV 7708: Pompeii
    12.14. CIL VI 10125: Rome
    12.15. CIL IV 2146: Pompeii
    13. Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Tenses (The Roman Home)
    13.1. Petronius, Satyricon 38
    13.2. CIL VIII 24106 [ILS 9367]: El Mraissa/Carpis, Africa proconsularis
    13.3. CIL III 7960 [ILS 5548]
    13.4. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 2.17.18
    13.5. Martial 3.52
    13.6. Catullus 9.1 5
    13.7. Ovid, Metamorphoses 8.637 39
    13.8. Vergil, Aeneid 3.147 52
    13.9. Statius, Silvae 1.3.47 49
    13.10. Suetonius, Vita Augusti 72.3
    13.11. Ovid, Tristia 1.3.43 46
    13.12. Petronius, Satyricon 29
    13.13. Ovid, Metamorphoses 8.628 30
    13.14. Catullus 13.1 5
    13.15. CIL IV 4957
    14. Numbers (Roman Entertainment)
    14.1. CIL VI 10111: Rome
    14.2. CIL VI 10123: Rome
    14.3. CIL VI 10114: Rome
    14.4. Martial 5.25.1 2
    14.5. Augustus, Res Gestae 22.1
    14.6. Augustus, Res Gestae 22.3
    14.7. CIL IV 9979: Pompeii
    14.8. Martial, Liber Spectaculorum 29.7 12
    14.9. Augustus, Res Gestae 23
    14.10. Juvenal, Saturae 10.78 81
    14.11. Tacitus, Annales 14.17.1-2
    14.12. CIL VI 10063: Rome
    14.13. Vergil, Aeneid 5.114 115
    14.14. Vergil, Aeneid 5.258 62
    14.15. Vergil, Aeneid 5.424 25
    15. Demonstrative and Indefinite Pronouns (Slavery in Rome)
    15.1. Seneca the Younger, Epistulae 47.1
    15.2. Seneca the Younger, Epistulae 47.2
    15.3. Seneca the Younger, Epistulae 47.13
    15.4. Plautus, Pseudolus 161 62
    15.5. Plautus, Pseudolus 496 501
    15.6. Petronius, Satyricon 97.1
    15.7. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 8.15.7-8
    15.8. Sallust, Historiarum Fragmenta 3.64
    15.9. Cicero, Verres 2.3.8
    15.10. Varro, de Agricultura 1.17.1
    15.11. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 2.98
    15.12. Tacitus, Annales 12.1.2
    15.13. Plautus, Menaechmi 26 29
    15.14. Plautus, Menaechmi 40 41
    15.15. Plautus, Menaechmi 48
    16. Relative Pronouns, Relative Clauses, and Interrogative Pronouns (Meteorology)
    16.1. Vegetius, de Re Militari 4.41
    16.2. Seneca the Younger, Naturales Quaestiones 1.1.12
    16.3. Seneca the Younger, Naturales Quaestiones 2.12.6
    16.4. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 2.210
    16.5. Seneca the Younger, Naturales Quaestiones 1.3.6
    16.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 6.63 66
    16.7. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 6.20.13
    16.8. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 3.94
    16.9. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.34.4
    16.10. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 3.8.1
    16.11. Vergil, Aeneid 1.108 12
    16.12. Ovid, Metamorphoses 7.197 200
    16.13. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 2.92
    16.14. Manilius, Astronomica 1.267 70
    16.15. Ovid, Metamorphoses 2.171 75
    17. Passive Verbs: Present, Imperfect, and Future Tenses (The Roman Water Supply and Aqueducts)
    17.1. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 1.4
    17.2. Augustus, Res Gestae 20.2
    17.3. Juvenal, Saturae 3.10 11
    17.4. CIL VI 1256: Rome
    17.5. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 1.15.4 5
    17.6. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 1.20
    17.7. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 1.26
    17.8. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 2.117
    17.9. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 2.120
    17.10. Frontinus, de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae 2.126
    17.11. Vitruvius, de Architectura 8.3.15
    17.12. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 10.90.1
    17.13. Horace, Carmina 3.13.1 5
    17.14. Tacitus, Agricola 21.2
    17.15. Martial 3.44.12 18
    18. Passive Verbs: Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Tenses (Imperium and Empire)
    18.1. Augustus, Res Gestae 4.3
    18.2. Augustus, Res Gestae 26.5
    18.3. Augustus, Res Gestae 31.1
    18.4. Augustus, Res Gestae 34.2 3
    18.5. Suetonius, Vita Caligulae 44.2
    18.6. Tacitus, Annales 13.41.4
    18.7. Tacitus, Historiae 1.64.1
    18.8. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 9.19.1
    18.9. Tacitus, Historiae 2.76.2
    18.10. Suetonius, Vita Vespasiani 4.5
    18.11. Scriptores Historiae Augustae: Vita Hadriani 17.10
    18.12. Scriptores Historiae Augustae: Vita Marci Aurelii 9.1 2
    18.13. Tacitus, Historiae 1.50
    18.14. Tacitus, Agricola 13.3
    18.15. Suetonius, Vita Vespasiani 7.3
    19. Comparatives and Superlatives of Adjectives and Adverbs (Animals in the Roman World)
    19.1. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 9.128
    19.2. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 8.89
    19.3. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 8.95
    19.4. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 8.139
    19.5. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 9.7
    19.6. Aberdeen Bestiary 77r
    19.7. Aberdeen Bestiary 59r
    19.8. Aberdeen Bestiary 46r
    19.9. Aberdeen Bestiary 47r
    19.10. Aberdeen Bestiary 77v
    19.11. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 9.81
    19.12. Ovid, Metamorphoses 13.962 63
    19.13. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 2.212
    19.14. Vergil Aeneid 3.73 79
    19.15. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.309 12
    20. Impersonal Verbs and Fio (Carthage)
    20.1. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.3.4
    20.2. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.4.1
    20.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.23.4
    20.4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.38.1
    20.5. Vergil, Aeneid 4.333 36
    20.6. Vergil, Aeneid 4.550 52
    20.7. Vergil, Aeneid 4.612 18
    20.8. Ovid, Heroides 7.167 68
    20.9. Ovid, Fasti 3.651 54
    20.10. Sallust, Bellum Jugurthinum 14.24 25
    20.11. Sallust, Bellum Jugurthinum 85.38
    20.12. Sallust, Bellum Jugurthinum 102.9
    20.13. Augustine, Confessiones 10.35.55
    20.14. Tertullian, Apologeticus 34.3
    20.15. Tertullian, ad Uxorem 1.7.5
    21. Deponent Verbs (Tacitus the Biographer: Germanicus, Corbulo, and Agricola)
    21.1. Tacitus, Annales 1.49.4
    21.2. Tacitus, Annales 1.58.5
    21.3. Tacitus, Annales 2.69.2
    21.4. Tacitus, Annales 2.71.1
    21.5. Tacitus, Agricola 7.5
    21.6. Tacitus, Agricola 18.6
    21.7. Tacitus, Agricola 35.1
    21.8. Tacitus, Agricola 36.1
    21.9. Tacitus, Agricola 43.1
    21.10. Tacitus, Annales 13.34.2
    21.11. Tacitus, Annales 14.23.3
    21.12. Tacitus, Annales 13.35.4
    21.13. Vergil, Aeneid 8.685 88
    21.14. Propertius, Elegiae 4.6.59 60
    21.15. Propertius, Elegiae 2.10.19 20
    22. Participles (Roman Gods and Mythology)
    22.1. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.607 11
    22.2. Vergil, Aeneid 1.67 70
    22.3. Vergil, Aeneid 1.128 30
    22.4. Vergil, Aeneid 12.829 33
    22.5. Ovid, Metamorphoses 5.420 24
    22.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 6.32 33
    22.7. Vergil, Aeneid 11.557 60
    22.8. Ovid, Metamorphoses 4.182 87
    22.9. Vergil, Aeneid 8.387 90
    22.10. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.525 26
    22.11. Vergil, Aeneid 4.246 51
    22.12. Horace, Carmina 2.19.1 4
    22.13. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 21.140
    22.14. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 22.55
    22.15. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 21.170
    23. Ablatives Absolute (The Roman Countryside: Simplicity, Agriculture, and Tradition)
    23.1. Vergil, Eclogues 1.77 78
    23.2. Vergil, Eclogues 4.11 14
    23.3. Ovid, Amores 1.13.11 16
    23.4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.4.9
    23.5. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 3.26.10
    23.6. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 18.19
    23.7. Propertius, Elegiae 2.19.1-4
    23.8. Horace, Carmina 3.13.13 16
    23.9. Martial 3.58.1 9
    23.10. Seneca the Younger, Epistulae 86.1
    23.11. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 9.36.2 3
    23.12. Martial 10.58.1 6
    23.13. Ovid, Ars Amatoria 1.139 140
    23.14. Juvenal, Saturae 3.239 242
    23.15. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 10.33.1
    24. Indirect Statements (Prodigies and Paradoxa)
    24.1. Vergil, Aeneid 7.79 80
    24.2. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 43.13.3
    24.3. Tacitus, Annales 6.28.4
    24.4. Suetonius, Vita Caligulae 57.1
    24.5. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.35
    24.6. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.46
    24.7. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 7.27.2 3
    24.8. Plautus, Mostellaria 489 92
    24.9. Petronius, Satyricon 62
    24.10. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 8.6
    24.11. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.23
    24.12. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.36
    24.13. Vegetius, de Re Militari 3.2
    24.14. Cicero, ad Familares 14.8
    24.15. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 1.12.9 10
    25. Correlatives (The Roman Republic)
    25.1. Cicero, ad Brutum 1.1.2
    25.2. Cicero, pro Marcello 19
    25.3. Cicero, pro Sestio 28
    25.4. Cicero Philippica 3.9
    25.5. Cicero, de Provinciis Consularibus 26
    25.6. Ovid, Fasti 1.599 600
    25.7. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 6.18.6
    25.8. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 30.28.7
    25.9. Sallust, Historiarum Fragmenta 1.67.17
    25.10. Caesar, de Bello Civili 1.81.4
    25.11. Caesar, de Bello Civili 3.78.2
    25.12. Velleius Paterculus 2.2.2
    25.13. Cicero, ad Familiares 7.7.1
    25.14. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.19.1
    25.15. Tacitus, Agricola 6.1 2
    26. Present and Imperfect Subjunctives (Latin Love Poetry)
    26.1. Catullus 6.1 3
    26.2. Catullus 11.21 24
    26.3. Catullus 92
    26.4. Horace, Carmina 3.9.21 24
    26.5. Tibullus, Elegiae 1.2.7 10
    26.6. Tibullus 1.6.85 86
    26.7. Propertius, Elegiae 1.4.27 28
    26.8. Propertius, Elegiae 1.11.27 30
    26.9. Propertius, Elegiae 1.19.25 26
    26.10. Ovid, Amores 1.7.67 68
    26.11. Ovid, Amores 1.10.57 60
    26.12. Ovid, Amores 3.2.55 58
    26.13. Horace, Carmina 1.3.1 8
    26.14. Martial 8.56.1 6.
    26.15. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 3.21.6
    27. Perfect and Pluperfect Subjunctives and Cum Clauses (Virtus, Dignitas, et Pietas)
    27.1. Vergil, Aeneid 10.503 05
    27.2. Vergil, Aeneid 12.435 40
    27.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.25.1
    27.4. Martial 1.21
    27.5. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 3.27.1
    27.6. Lucan, Pharsalia 4.511 12
    27.7. Tacitus, Annales 1.32.2
    27.8. Tacitus, Annales 1.40.3
    27.9. Martial 1.13
    27.10. Tacitus, Annales 11.21.1
    27.11. Tacitus, Agricola 42.3
    27.12. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 22.9
    27.13. Tacitus, Historiae 1.2
    27.14. Tacitus, Annales 3.37.1
    27.15. Juvenal, Saturae 4.46 48
    28. Purpose Clauses (Magic and the Occult)
    28.1. Ovid, Fasti 4.907 909
    28.2. Apuleius, Apologia 63
    28.3. Ovid, Fasti 1.141 42
    28.4. Ovid, Metamorphoses 7.297 99
    28.5. Ovid, Metamorphoses 7.332 35
    28.6. Horace, Sermones 1.8.28 29
    28.7. Horace, Epodes 17.27 29
    28.8. Propertius, Elegiae 4.5.13 16
    28.9. Apuleius, Metamorphoses 1.8
    28.10. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 7.27.7
    28.11. CIL VI 19747: Rome
    28.12. Tabulae Sulis 62
    28.13. Apuleius, Metamorphoses 5.11
    28.14. Apuleius, Metamorphoses 5.24
    28.15. Apuleius, Metamorphoses 6.11
    29. Result Clauses (Medieval and Renaissance Anglo-Latin Writers)
    29.1. Adamnanus, de Vita Sancti Columbae 1.29
    29.2. Adamnanus, de Vita Sancti Columbae 1.29
    29.3. Alcuin, Disputatio de rhetorica et virtutibus sapientissimi regis Karli et albini magistri 15
    29.4. Bede, Historiam Ecclesiasticum Gentis Anglorum 1.13
    29.5. Bede, Historiam Ecclesiasticum Gentis Anglorum 2.5
    29.6. Bede, Historiam Ecclesiasticum Gentis Anglorum 4.23
    29.7. (Nennius), Historia Brittonum 39
    29.8. Sir Francis Bacon, Historia Regni Henrici Septimi Regis Angliae 2.2
    29.9. Sir Francis Bacon, Historia Regni Henrici Septimi Regis Angliae 2.11
    29.10. Sir Francis Bacon, Historia Regni Henrici Septimi Regis Angliae 2.14
    29.11. Sir Thomas More, Utopia 1 (pg. 78, Logan)
    29.12. Sir Thomas More, Utopia 1 (pg. 100, Logan)
    29.13. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.28.2
    29.14. Tacitus, Agricola 12.3
    29.15. Tacitus, Annales 14.34.2
    30. Indirect Commands (Caesar's De Bello Gallico)
    30.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.2.1
    30.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.3.5
    30.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.5.4
    30.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.27.4
    30.5. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.34.3
    30.6. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.36.1
    30.7. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.36.3
    30.8. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.37.1
    30.9. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.38.2
    30.10. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.48.2
    30.11. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.9.7
    30.12. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 7.71.1 2
    30.13. Cicero, ad Quintum Fratrem 2.8.2
    30.14. Sallust, Bellum Catilinae 48.4
    30.15. Suetonius, Vita Iuliae 24.1
    31. Indirect Questions (Publius Vergilius Maro)
    31.1. Vergil, Aeneid 1.8 11
    31.2. Vergil, Aeneid 1.216 19
    31.3. Vergil, Aeneid 1.466 68
    31.4. Vergil, Aeneid 1.718 20
    31.5. Vergil, Aeneid 2.3 6
    31.6. Vergil, Aeneid 2.506
    31.7. Vergil, Aeneid 2.564 66
    31.8. Vergil, Aeneid 2.736 40
    31.9. Vergil, Aeneid 5.4 7
    31.10. Vergil, Aeneid 6.197 98
    31.11. Vergil, Aeneid 7.812 17
    31.12. Vergil, Aeneid 12.914 18
    31.13. Lucretius, de Rerum Natura 1.55 57
    31.14. Lucretius, de Rerum Natura 1.645 46
    31.15. Lucretius, de Rerum Natura 4.269 70
    32. Fear Clauses (Roman Civil Wars: The Political Landscape of the First Century BCE)
    32.1. Horace, Carmina 1.2.5 8
    32.2. Sallust, Historiarum Fragmenta 1.48.20
    32.3. Cicero, ad Atticum 8.9.4
    32.4. Lucan, Pharsalia 7.95 96
    32.5. Caesar, de Bello Civili 1.21.2
    32.6. Caesar, de Bello Civili 1.25.4
    32.7. Caesar, de Bello Civili 1.61.2
    32.8. Caesar, de Bello Civili 3.63.2
    32.9. Caesar, de Bello Civili 3.89.4 5
    32.10. Cicero, Philippica 1.33
    32.11. Cicero, Philippica 2.32
    32.12. Cicero, Philippica 2.86
    32.13. Lucan, Pharsalia 5.368 370
    32.14. Lucan, Pharsalia 6.579 86
    32.15. Lucan, Pharsalia 8.592 95
    33. Relative Clauses with the Subjunctive (Health and Healing)
    33.1. Juvenal, Saturae 10.356 60
    33.2. Seneca the Younger, Epistulae 15.4
    33.3. Celsus, de Materia Medica 1.2.7
    33.4. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 29.15
    33.5. Ovid, Remedia Amoris 150
    33.6. Cicero, ad Familiares 16.4.2
    33.7. Tacitus, Annales 6.46.5
    33.8. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 29.62
    33.9. Celsus, de Materia Medica 2.5.
    33.10. Celsus, de Materia Medica 2.12.1c
    33.11. Celsus, de Materia Medica 5.20.6.
    33.12. Celsus, de Materia Medica 5.27.3b
    33.13. Seneca the Younger, Thyestes 970 72
    33.14. Seneca the Younger, Apococolocyntosis 12.2
    33.15. Seneca the Younger, de Tranquilitate Animi 11.9
    34. Conditionals (Romans and the "Other": "Race" in the Ancient World)
    34.1. Vitruvius, de Architectura 6.1.9
    34.2. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 4.89
    34.3. Tacitus, Germania 7.1
    34.4. Tacitus, Germania 17.1
    34.5. Tacitus, Historiae 5.13
    34.6. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.21
    34.7. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 6.89
    34.8. Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia 7.15
    34.9. Martial 6.39.18 21
    34.10. Horace, Carmina 3.9.9 16
    34.11. Catullus 84.1 2
    34.12. Ovid, Metamorphoses 7.17 22
    34.13. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.11.4
    34.14. Scriptores Historiae Augustae: Vita Septimii Severi 23.3
    34.15. Scriptores Historiae Augustae Tyranni Triginta 15.1
    35. Gerunds and Gerundives (The Roman Legal System)
    35.1. Justinian, Digesta 1.5.27
    35.2. Justinian, Digesta 1.7.40.2
    35.3. Justinian, Digesta 1.8.4 praefatio 1
    35.4. Justinian, Digesta 2.1.3
    35.5. Justinian, Institutiones 1.2.5
    35.6. Justinian, Digesta 27.10.1 praefatio
    35.7. Justinian, Digesta 11.7.2.6
    35.8. Justinian, Digesta 14.2.3
    35.9. Justinian, Digesta 14.2.10 praefatio
    35.10. Justinian, Digesta 23.1.4 praefatio 1.4.1
    35.11. Justinian, Digesta 23.1.12.1
    35.12. Justinian, Digesta 24.2.2.2
    35.13. Quintilian, Institutio Oratoria 1.1.26
    35.14. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 4.13.3
    35.15. Suetonius, de Grammaticis 17
    36. Future Passive Periphrastics, Supines, and Other Subjunctive Clauses (Roman Religion)
    36.1. Augustine, de Civitate Dei 4.8
    36.2. Ovid, Fasti 3.85 86
    36.3. Cicero, de Divinatione 1.29
    36.4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 8.9.1 2
    36.5. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.32.12
    36.6. Suetonius, de Vita Tiberii 2.2
    36.7. Cato the Elder, de Agri Cultura 134
    36.8. Ovid, Fasti 3.31 34
    36.9. Ovid, Fasti 3.575 76
    36.10. Ovid, Fasti 4.133 38
    36.11. Ovid, Fasti 4.412 16
    36.12. Ovid, Fasti 1.713 20
    36.13. Ovid, Fasti 4.259 64
    36.14. Lucretius, de Rerum Natura 2.614 17
    36.15. Catullus 63.58 64
    Extended Latin Prose Passages
    1. Macrobius, Saturnalia 3.9.7 8
    2. Augustus, Res Gestae 25
    3. Aberdeen Bestiary 15r
    4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 21.37.1 21.37.4
    5. Tacitus, Annales 14.5.1 3
    6. Sallust, Bellum Jugurthinum 5.7 6.1
    Extended Latin Poetry Passages
    1. Horace, Carmina 1.9
    2. Vergil, Aeneid 4.198 218
    3. Catullus 64.171 88
    4. Ovid, Metamorphoses 6.349 365
    5. Juvenal, Saturae 3.41 57
    6. Propertius, Elegiae 2.12
    Appendix A: Précis of Latin Grammar
    Appendix B: Basic Guide to Latin Meter and Scansion
    Appendix C: Common Rhetorical Devices
    Appendix D: The Roman Calendar
    Appendix E: Vocabulary Building
    Glossary of Required Vocabulary: Latin to English
    Glossary of Required Vocabulary: English to Latin
    Extra Glossary of High Frequency Vocabulary
    Index