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AM5574 Auctores Latini: Reader & Workbook $17.95
ISBN: 9780877205579 ISBN10: 0877205574.
Written by: ME Snodgrass.
Softcover, 122 pp.
Students who have completed one year of high-school Latin will enjoy these 20 readings by a variety of authors. Each story is followed by exercises that develop comprehension skills and strengthen mastery of forms and structure. As a further educational aid, marginal vocabulary aids and end vocabulary list facilitate understanding.
AM5574K Auctores Latini: Answer Key $6.50
Written by: ME Snodgrass.
***ANSWER KEYS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE WITH THE PURCHASE OF THE TEXT*** Students who have completed one year of high-school Latin will enjoy these 20 readings by a variety of authors. Each story is followed by exercises that develop comprehension skills and strengthen mastery of forms and structure. As a further educational aid, marginal vocabulary aids and end vocabulary list facilitate understanding.
BOL1917 Millennium A Latin Reader, AD 374-1374 $49.95
ISBN: 9780865161917 ISBN10: 0865161917.
Written by: F.E. Harrison.
Softcover, 254 pp.,.
This book explores the realm of Latin literature beyond the confines of the classical period. It features selections fromo the Bible to Carmina Burana, and authors from St. Augustine to William of Malmesbury, including twenty-one medieval authors. The selections cover seven topics ranging from history and biography to daily life.
BOL2198 Caesar's War in Alexandria $27.50
ISBN: 9780865162198 ISBN10: 0865162190.
Written by: G Townend.
Softcover, 66 pp.
This book includes an informative introduction covering Caesar's career, the war in Alexandria, and the style of Caesar and Hirtius, who is believed to have completed Caesar's writing on the subject. Insightful commentary and extensive vocabulary are included in this volume.
BOL2344 Lectiones Secundae: Student Edition $24.50
ISBN: 9780865162341 ISBN10: 0865162344.
Written by: W Sweet.
Softcover, 387 pp.
A graded reader for second-year Latin students, Lectiones Secundae features units that include prose, poetry and sententiae (aphorisms). The scope of Latin literature is represented by inclusions of both well-known and lesser-known authors.
BOL2891 38 Latin Stories $20.95
ISBN: 9780865162891 ISBN10: 0865162891.
Written by: A Groton.
Softcover, 104 pp.
Though intended as a supplement to Wheelock's Latin, this book is well-suited for use in any introductory Latin course. All the stories in the book are based on actual Latin literature and mythology. The texts span a wide range of levels, as the difficulty increases as the book progresses. Students will learn how classical Latin was really written as they become familiar with the works of the great Latin authors.
BOL2948 Lectiones Primae: Student Edition $23.50
ISBN: 9780865162945 ISBN10: 0865162948.
Written by: W Sweet.
Softcover, 307 pp.
An illustrated graded reader for first-year Latin students, Lectiones Primae offers two types of readings, sententiae, a collection of sayings, proverbs, and mottoes; and gabellae, connected and extended readings accompanied by illustrations that show each successive change of action.
BOL2972 Lectiones Primae: Teacher's Edition $23.50
ISBN: 9780865162976 ISBN10: 0865162972.
Written by: W Sweet.
An illustrated graded reader for first-year Latin students, Lectiones Primae offers two types of readings, sententiae, a collection of sayings, proverbs, and mottoes; and gabellae, connected and extended readings accompanied by illustrations that show each successive change of action.
BOL3057 Lectiones Secundae: Teacher's Edition $24.50
ISBN: 9780865163058 ISBN10: 0865163057.
Written by: W Sweet.
A graded reader for second-year Latin students, Lectiones Secundae features units that include prose, poetry and sententiae (aphorisms). The scope of Latin literature is represented by inclusions of both well-known and lesser-known authors.
BOL3096 Short Guide to Classical Mythology $18.95
ISBN: 9780865163096 ISBN10: 086516309X.
Written by: G.M. Kirkwood.
Softcover, 120 pp.
A concise, user-friendly, quick reference for general readers, students, and teachers. An excellent, interdisciplinary resource, beneficial to the study of classics, literature, and history, the text emphasizes the importance of classical mythology in Western literature.
BOL3979 Artes Latinae Lectiones: Graded Reader's Supplement $42.95
ISBN: 9780865163973 ISBN10: 0865163979.
The Sententiae of the Graded Reader on CD-ROM presents the curriculum in enhanced multimedia form. These aphorisms, proverbs, and mottoes are designed to build vocabulary, strengthen grammar skills, and allow users to have fun with Latin. New concepts and vocabulary are introduced in the same order as in the Artes Latinae texts, so current users of Artes Latinae will find it easy to strengthen and expand their Latin skills. Sententiae of the Graded Reader on CD-ROM can be used independently of Lectiones Primae and Secundae. Utilizing the highly acclaimed Transparent Language software, the program provides users with a detailed, easily accessible explanation of each sentence. Users can click on a word to learn its person, gender, number, meaning, role in the sentence, and English derivatives.
BOL4037 Latin Readings for Review: Elementary Latin Translation Book $25.50
ISBN: 9780865164031 ISBN10: 0865164037.
Written by: D Hoffman.
Softcover, 192 pp.
This graded reader is a useful book to accompany and supplement any first-year Latin text. The Latin is pure, simple, idiomatic, and easily understood by beginning students. New grammatical forms and constructions are introduced one by one in a carefully graded order. Each review features two readings that acquaint the student with the chief events of Roman history and stories from Greek mythology. A listing of Latin references further facilitates the use of the reader.
BOL4185 Why vergil? $31.95
ISBN: 9780865164185 ISBN10: 0865164185.
Written by: S Quinn.
Softcover, 451 pp.
The reprinted essays cover a wide range. The first section is traditional literary analysis of high order; the second section is entitled 'The Uses of Tradition and the Making of Meaning' and concentrates on Vergil's influence. The third section contains twentieth-century works of literature, mostly poetic, that show Vergilian influence and will surely spark fine class discussions.
BOL4215 Vergi's Aeneid: Books I-VI $48.50
ISBN: 9780865164215 ISBN10: 0865164215.
Written by: Clyde Pharr.
Softcover, 545 pp.
Here is the book that revolutionized Latin textbooks with its student-friendly features. The text contains vocabulary and notes on the same page as the Latin text, and a unique pull-out section of the most-often repeated words. Pharr's version is the most popular textbook translation of Vergil's Aeneid. Grammatical notes are supported by a full grammatical appendix; vocabulary memorization is aided by vocabulary lists, which are arranged by frequency of occurrence for easy drilling. Pharr's is the proven edition for both classroom and home study. It contains full Latin text of Books I - VI of Vergil's Aeneid
BOL4282 Aeneid 10 & 12: Pallas & turnus Teacher's Guide $8.95
ISBN: 9780865164284 ISBN10: 0865164282.
Softcover, 13 pp.
The supplement Pharr's Vergil's Aeneid contains text for X.420-509 and XII.791-842, 887-952, an introduction for each section, notes and vocabulary on same pages, and complete vocabulary in back.
BOL4355 Why Vergil? $64.95
ISBN: 9780865164352 ISBN10: 0865164355.
Written by: S Quinn.
Hardcover, 451 pp.
The reprinted essays cover a wide range. The first section is traditional literary analysis of high order; the second section is entitled 'The Uses of Tradition and the Making of Meaning' and concentrates on Vergil's influence. The third section contains twentieth-century works of literature, mostly poetic, that show Vergilian influence and will surely spark fine class discussions.
BOL4401 Tonight they All Dance $11.50
ISBN: 9780865164406 ISBN10: 0865164401.
Written by: Sacre, Smets.
Softcover, 93 pp.
Tonight They All Dance can serve as a primer to the composition of Latin verse and lend students and scholars alike insight into the intricacies and joys of writing poetry in a non-native language. Haiku, with its short form and engaging content, is the ideal instrument for a first exploration of Latin poetic composition.
BOL441X Tonight they all Dance $16.50
ISBN: 9780865164413 ISBN10: 086516441X.
Hardcover, 93 pp..
Tonight They All Dance can serve as a primer to the composition of Latin verse and lend students and scholars alike insight into the intricacies and joys of writing poetry in a non-native language. Haiku, with its short form and engaging content, is the ideal instrument for a first exploration of Latin poetic composition.
BOL4509 Rome & Her Kings: Livy I Graded Sections $27.50
ISBN: 9780865164505 ISBN10: 0865164509.
Written by: WD Lowe.
Softcover, 110 pp.
This graded reader is for students who have had the basic introductory features of Latin. It features Latin text with notes, vocabulary of proper names, exercises, maps, and Latin-English vocabulary.
BOL5149 Servius' Commentary on Bk IV of Virgil's Aeneid $39.95
ISBN: 9780865165144 ISBN10: 0865165149.
Softcover, 170 pp.
A unique tool for scholars and teachers, this translation and commentary, on facing pages with the original Latin, allows easy access to Servius' seminal work on one of the most widely-read books of the Aeneid: Book 4. It features an introduction on the life of Servius, Latin text of Virgil's Aeneid, Book 4, with Servius' commentary beneath it, and a facing-page translation of both Virgil and Servius.
BOL5440 Latin Proverbs: Wisdom from Ancient to Modern Times $20.95
ISBN: 9780865165441 ISBN10: 0865165440.
Written by: W Sweet.
Softcover, 277 pp.
A collection of 1,188 quotations in Latin, translated into English. Enlightening, amusing, and thought-provoking from about 100 different authors. These proverbs range from ancient authors, the Bible, state mottoes, and legal phrases.
BOL5505 Reading Livy's Rome: Selections from Bks I-VI of Ab Urbe Condita $48.50
ISBN: 9780865165502 ISBN10: 0865165505.
Written by: Minkova, Tunberg.
Softcover, 110 pp.
This book eases students into reading Livy's history with high-interest selections. Paraphrases with vocabulary stand opposite simplified and annotated Livian passages. The readings progress to authentic Livian passages with fewer vocabulary aids. Also included are page glossaries, an English section with titles for easy context, graduated passages, notes on syntax and grammar, and full vocabulary.
BOL553X The Smell of Sweat: Greek Athletics, Olympics and Culture $16.50
ISBN: 9780865165533 ISBN10: 086516553X.
Written by: W Tyrrell.
From the games of the Iliad to the foundation of the Olympic games, from the poetry of Pindar to the celebrations of the festival, this book covers all aspects of Greek Athletics.
BOL5563 Labors of Aeneas: What a Pain it was to Found the Roman Race $19.95
ISBN: 9780865165564 ISBN10: 0865165564.
Written by: Rose Williams.
Softcover, 108 pp.
This book retells the story of The Aeneid in a light-hearted and understandable manner with humorous insights and asides. This volume makes Books I-XII of Vergil's Aeneid approachable and may be used in conjunction with the Latin text of Vergil's Aeneid in high school classrooms. It contains the story of The Aeneid, Books I-XII, notes, and a glossary of gods prominent in the story.
BOL5785 Vergil: A Legamus - Transitional Reader $31.95
ISBN: 9780865165786 ISBN10: 0865165785.
Written by: Sienkewicz, Osburn.
Softcover, 136 pp.
With approximately 200 lines from Vergil's Aeneid, this text is designed for students making the transition from elementary and intermediate Latin to authentic Vergilian Latin. Also included are introductory materials, a grammatical appendix, pre and post reading materials to help understand the underlying cultural concepts, short explanations of grammatical and syntactical usages with exercises, a pull-out vocabulary section, as well as notes, tips, and examples of difficult grammar and vocabulary.
BOL5793 Vergil A Legamus Transitional Reader Teacher's Guide $31.95
ISBN: 9780865165793 ISBN10: 0865165793.
Written by: T Sienkewica.
Softcover, 78 pp.
BOL5912 38 Latin Stories Teacher's Guide $9.95
ISBN: 9780865165915 ISBN10: 0865165912.
Written by: A Groton.
Though intended as a supplement to Wheelock's Latin, this book is well-suited for use in any introductory Latin course. All the stories in the book are based on actual Latin literature and mythology. The texts span a wide range of levels, as the difficulty increases as the book progresses. Students will learn how classical Latin was really written as they become familiar with the works of the great Latin authors.
BOL6005 Reading Livy's Rome: Teacher's Edition $39.95
ISBN: 9780865166004 ISBN10: 0865166005.
This book eases students into reading Livy's history with high-interest selections. Paraphrases with vocabulary stand opposite simplified and annotated Livian passages. The readings progress to authentic Livian passages with fewer vocabulary aids. Also included are page glossaries, an English section with titles for easy context, graduated passages, notes on syntax and grammar, and full vocabulary.
BOL6285 Vergil for Beginners $26.50
ISBN: 9780865166288 ISBN10: 0865166285.
This text is intended for the first year high school Latin students or those who are entering their second semester of College Latin. It presents 6 short selections from Vergil's Aeneid accompanied by grammar exercises and vocabulary aides. Grammar exercises present and review key elements of grammar for each reading selection, and Latin synonyms promote reading comprehension. The use of this reading supplement will help students develop the ability to handle Latin literature as they reach an advanced level.
BOL6295 Vergil for Beginners Teacher's Guide $20.95
ISBN: 9780865166295 ISBN10: 0865166293.
This text is intended for the first year high school Latin students or those who are entering their second semester of College Latin. It presents 6 short selections from Vergil's Aeneid accompanied by grammar exercises and vocabulary aides. Grammar exercises present and review key elements of grammar for each reading selection, and Latin synonyms promote reading comprehension. The use of this reading supplement will help students develop the ability to handle Latin literature as they reach an advanced level.
BOL6561 Cicero A Legamus Transitional Reader Student Text $31.95
ISBN: 9780865166561 ISBN10: 0865166560.
Written by: M Haynes.
Softcover, 226 pp.
This reader provides 103 lines from Cicero's Pro Archia that introduces the poet Archias and explains the importance of literature and poets. Selections include: 1-3, 4.2-4, 5.1-6, 6.1-3, 7.1-3, 12, 13.1, 14.1-3, 18.4-5, 19, 23, 24.1-3, 28, 29, 31.
BOL6905 The Original Dysfunctional Family: Basic Classical Mythology for the New Millennium $13.50
ISBN: 9780865166905 ISBN10: 0865166900.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover, 62 pp.
An introduction to classical mythology. This book presents the key stories of the twelve Olympians as well as those of Demeter and Dionysus. The Greek version and Roman adaptation of each Olympian is provided. Serves as an great enrichment text.
BOL6912 From Romulus to Romulus Augustulus: Roman History for the New Millennium $13.50
ISBN: 9780865166912 ISBN10: 0865166919.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover, 70 pp.
Readers will be delighted with the fascinating stories of Rome that are presented here. This book serves as the perfect companion for the beginning student of Latin or as an accessible introduction to Roman history for the general reader.
BOL7186 From Rome to Reformation: Early European History for the New Millennium $13.50
ISBN: 9780865167186 ISBN10: 0865167184.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover, 61 pp.
This text provides a brief yet comprehensive overview of the interconnecting historical events, literary figures, and intellectual developments in European history and its Latin literature.
BOL7193 The Clay-footed SuperHeroes: Mythology Tales for the New Millennium $13.50
ISBN: 9780865167193 ISBN10: 0865167192.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover, 70 pp.
Designed for students unfamiliar with the classical world. The Clay-footed SuperHeroes provides a very accessible introduction to the heroes of classical mythology including such luminaries as Jason, Theseus, Heracles, Odysseus, and Aeneas.
BOL7339 Caesar A Legamus Transitional Reader Student Text $31.95
ISBN: 9780865167339 ISBN10: 0865167338.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover.
This text serves as a comprehensive introduction to Julius Caesar and his writings. Includes the following Latin selections: Caesar's Character - Sallust; Bellum Catilinae 54, Caesar as General - De Bello Gallico 1.1:1-7; 2.15:5-12; 2.20:1-9;2.22:1-5;2.24:1-12; 2.25:1-14; 2.27:1-10; 2.35, Caesar as Cultural Reporter - De Bello Gallico 6.13:4-7; 6.14:1-4; 6.19:1-3; 6.20:1-3. The lines total 339.
BOL7353 Cicero A Legamus Transitional Reader Teacher's Guide $31.95
ISBN: 9780865167353 ISBN10: 0865167354.
Written by: M Haynes.
Softcover, 68 pp.
BOL7360 Caesar A Legamus Transitional Reader Teacher's Guide $31.95
ISBN: 9780865167360 ISBN10: 0865167362.
Written by: R Williams.
Softcover.
BOL7827 The Red Flare Cicero's On Old Age $17.50
ISBN: 9780865167827 ISBN10: 0865167826.
Written by: G.B. Cobbold.
Softcover, 92 pp..
This edition is a clear and striking rendition. Includes a glossary of historical and mythical figures and places, along with two appendixes. This translation deal straight forwardly with the complicated topic that none of us can avoid; 'O death, where is they sting? O grave, where is thy victory?'
FOP0439 Archaic Latin Verse $26.95
ISBN: 9781585100439 ISBN10: 1585100439.
Softcover, 110 pp..
A commentary of early Latin verse for survey courses in the history of Latin literature or as a supplement to Latin translation courses on epic, tragedy, comedy, and satire. Fragments are arranged by genre, with explanatory and grammatical notes. Includes selections from oral verse, Livius Naevius, Ennius, and others (Caecilius, Accius, Pacuvius, and Lucilius).
FOP0910 Plautus Amphitryo $19.95
ISBN: 9781585100910 ISBN10: 1585100919.
Softcover, 164 pps..
This Latin text is designed for use in intermediate courses in Latin at the college level, or as a fourth year reader. Plautus Amphitryo is an excellent example of Roman comedy. This new Latin edition and commentary by Anne Mahoney provides access to the work and its many complexities.
FOP1306 The Worlds of Roman Women $24.95
ISBN: 9781585101306 ISBN10: 1585101303.
Softcover, 198 pp..
A reader for Intermediate Latin students at the HS/College level (including AP students) on the theme of women in the ancient world. Topics include childhood, learning, marriage, family, body, state, flirtation and work. Includes notes, glossary, index.
FOP1354 Auricula Meretricula $14.95
ISBN: 9780941051354 ISBN10: 0941051358.
Softcover, 9780941051354.
This play is a unique text for students in their first semester of Latin. Each scene uses new vocabulary, thus reinforcing the students? grasp of grammar by placing it in a living context. Provides an enticing introduction to Roman comedy and elegy.
MGH8859 Beginning Latin Poetry Reader $14.95
ISBN: 9780071458856 ISBN10: 0071458859.
Written by: G Betts.
Softcover, 320 pp.
This anthology incorporates more than 70 passages of Latin poetry dating from the early Republic to the late Silver Age including Horace, Virgil, and Juvenal. Also included are extensive notes, a time chart showing the historical and literary context for each author, clear explanations of Latin poetic rhythm and its influence on Western culture.
PH095X Daimon $25.25
ISBN: 9780883340950 ISBN10: 088334095X.
Softcover.
Daimon is a student-written narrative that carries through all stages of first-year grammar and vocabulary. Never again will Latin students regard the subject as dull or dead after this adventurous odyssey with Daimon.
PH7562 Fabulae Graecae $38.95
ISBN: 9780801307560 ISBN10: 0801307562.
Softcover, 283 pp.
With the stories of Perseus, Hercules, the Argonauts, and Ulysses as told in Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles, this anthology is full of delightful adventures that will help students better understand the language.
 
 Readers  | Advanced Placement

BOL2075 Cornelius Nepos: Three Lives $31.95
ISBN: 9780865162075 ISBN10: 0865162077.
Written by: R Roebuck.
Softcover, 138 pp., 1,000 Lines.
Nepos wrote smooth-flowing, easy to understand prose, and this book offers students a chance to enjoy the beauty of his language. The book includes an introduction, original text, student notes, vocabulary, and illustrations.
BOL2884 Petronius $37.95
ISBN: 9780865162884 ISBN10: 0865162883.
Written by: G Lawall.
Softcover, 266 pp.
901 highly entertaining lines in these episodes selected from the Satyricon and a student friendly format. Features an introduction, facing and same page notes and vocabulary, a diagram of triclinium seating, an appendix on Petronius's language and style, and a glossary.
BOL4840 Apuleius Metamorphoses Book 1 $24.50
ISBN: 9780865164840 ISBN10: 0865164843.
Written by: J Ruebel.
Softcover, 105 pp., 524 lines.
This annotated edition exhibits the spontaneity and ebullience of Apuleius's Latin as well as his ability to engage the reader with a lively story.
BOL4871 Seneca's Moral Epistles $49.95
ISBN: 9780865164871 ISBN10: 0865164878.
Written by: A Lydia Motto.
Softover, 213 pp.
An intriguing selection of 40 letters of Seneca in Latin of philosophical and practical topics ranging from the lofty to the nitty-gritty. Selections include: Epistles 1-3, 5-7, 11, 12, 15, 16, 28, 21, 23, 27, 28, 34, 37, 38, 41-44, 47, 50, 52-54, 56, 60-63, 72, 80, 84, 90, 96, 112, 114
BOL5595 Cicero's Pro Caelio $49.95
ISBN: 9780865165595 ISBN10: 0865165599.
Softcover, 239 pp., 3rd Edition.
This newly revised edition of one of Cicero's greatest orations provides all the linguistic and background material for the Cicero component of the AP* program in Latin literature. A terrific college text, too.
 
  Readers  | Advanced Placement  | Cicero's De Amicitia


BOL6394 Cicero's De Amicitia Student Text $22.95
ISBN: 9780865166394 ISBN10: 0865166390.
This edition includes the Latin text of the AP* selections of De Amicitia (sections 17?23 and 100?104) , running vocabulary and commentary, a brief bibliography, and general vocabulary.
 
 Readers  | Audio

BOL4746 Rome's Golden Poets CD $44.00
ISBN: 9780865164741 ISBN10: 0865164746.
Written by: St Louis Chamber Chorus.
With its chronological, cultural, and ethnic diversity of composers, this recording testifies to the timeless power of the Golden Age of poetry. Selections from Catullus, Vergil, and Horace are performed by the St. Louis Chamber Chorus under the direction of Philip Barnes.
 
 Readers  | Latin Readers

BOL0163 The Phaedra of Seneca $45.95
ISBN: 9780865160163 ISBN10: 0865160163.
Written by: S Lawall.
Softcover, 238 pp..
Includes an analysis of the play, vocabulary, study questions, stage directions, and a new translation of the Hippolytus by Euripides.
BOL6615 A Lucan Reader $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166615 ISBN10: 0865166617.
Written by: S Braund.
Softcover, 134 pp..
The selections are intended for third- and fourth-year college students. Lucan's epic poem, Civil War, portrays the stark, dark horror of the years 49 through 48 BCE, the grim reality of Romans fighting Romans, of Julius Caesar vs. Pompey the Great. The introduction to this volume situates Lucan as a poet closely connected with the Stoics at Rome, working during the reign of the emperor Nero, in the genre inherited from Virgil.
BOL6783 Terence Reader: Selections from Six Plays $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166783 ISBN10: 0865166781.
Written by: W Anderson.
Softcover, 110 pp..
The introduction discusses Terences enrichment of the comic genre he inherited from the Greeks and the hallmarks of his second-century BC Latin and its grammar.
BOL6806 A Livy Reader: Selections from Ab Urbe Condita $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166806 ISBN10: 0865166803.
Written by: M Jaeger.
Softcover, 127pp..
Selections in this volume convey the liveliness and variety of Livy's style, with its permutations and combinations of narrative and speech, and with its portrayal of Romans and foreigners, men and women, aristocrats and ex-slaves.
BOL6851 Roman Verse Satire Reader: Selections from Lucilius, Horace, Persisus, and Juvenal $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166851 ISBN10: 0865166854.
Written by: J Hallett.
Softcover, 142 pp..
Introduction to the Roman satiric genre and its authors.
BOL6868 A Latin Epic Reader: Selections from Ten Epics $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166868 ISBN10: 0865166862.
Written by: A Keith.
Softcover, 187 pp., 3 maps.
This edition offers twenty-seven selections from a rich corpus of ten Latin epic poets. Though the focus is on republican and Augustan epic, a sample of later imperial epic allows exploration of the full expanse of Rome's responses to her own history and political culture.
BOL6875 Sallust Reader: Selections from Bellum Catilinae, Bellum, Lugurthinum & Historiae $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166875 ISBN10: 0865166870.
Written by: V Pagan.
Softcover, 162 pp..
Complete with introduction, text, commentary, vocabulary, and bibliography, this volume contains selections (556 lines) from the Bellum Catilinae, the Bellum Iugurthinum, and the Historiae.
BOL6943 A Plautus Reader: Selections from Eleven Plays $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166943 ISBN10: 0865166943.
Written by: J Henderson.
Softcover, 182 pp.
Although there is no such creature as a typical Plautus play, this cannily chosen set of excerpts-ranging from the best- to least-known plays-gives a good sense of how a whole script runs, from opening hush, through brisk cameos and spectacular showstoppers, to final bow.
BOL6967 A Caesar Reader: Selections from Bellum Gallicum and Bellum Civile..... $21.95
ISBN: 9780865166967 ISBN10: 086516696X.
Written by: W Tatum.
Softcover, 206 pp., 3 Illustrations & 3 maps.
BOL7049 A Martial Reader: selections from the Epigrams $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167049 ISBN10: 0865167044.
Softcover, 185 pp..
Introduction to Martial's life and the literary and historical context of his poetry.
BOL7131 A Cicero Reader: Selections fro Five Essays and Four Speeches, with Five Letters $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167131 ISBN10: 0865167133.
Written by: J May.
Softcover, 136 pp., 1 Illustration & 2 Maps.
This selection offers a sample from Cicero's oratorical, rhetorical, and philosophical works as well as from his letters.
BOL7148 An Apuleius Reader: Selections from the Metamorphoses $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167148 ISBN10: 0865167141.
Written by: E Finkelpearl.
Softcover, 160 pp., 4 Illustrations & 1 map.
The selections in this reader are designed both to represent the variety characteristic of the Metamorphoses and to create a coherent narrative of the life and trails of Lucius.
BOL7162 Suetonius Reader: Selections from the Lives of the Caesars & the Life of Horace $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167162 ISBN10: 0865167168.
Written by: J Osgood.
Softcover, 159 pp..
Introduction to Suetonius' life, genre, method, style, and achievement,
BOL7247 A Tibullus Reader: Seven Selected Elegies $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167247 ISBN10: 0865167249.
Written by: P Miller.
Softcover, 132 pp., 2 Illustrations.
This reader offers seven complete Tibullan elegies, selected from across the poet's range of topics. The commentary provides grammatical and historical information along with detailed explanations to aid in understanding the poet's unique style.
BOL7582 Seneca Reader: Selections from Prose and Tragedy $21.95
ISBN: 9780865167582 ISBN10: 0865167583.
Written by: J Ker.
Softcover, 162 pp..
A mosaic of readings from four main genres with select follow-up passages showcases Seneca as therapeutic consoler, mirror to the prince, tragedian of the passions, and moral epistolographer a thinker whose literary voice sounds against the volatility of his times.
 
 Readers  | Latin Readings and More Latin Readings

BOL0430 Latin Readings Teacher's Manual $36.50
ISBN: 9780865160439 ISBN10: 0865160430.
These texts will put variety into your intermediate Latin class. They offer an abundance of material from twenty centuries of Latin literature. The sections are arranged under headings that explore universal human values. Designed to be read rapidly without formal translation, the readers supplement the intensive work necessary.
BOL0449 Latin Readings Text $36.50
ISBN: 9780865160446 ISBN10: 0865160449.
These texts will put variety into your intermediate Latin class. They offer an abundance of material from twenty centuries of Latin literature. The sections are arranged under headings that explore universal human values. Designed to be read rapidly without formal translation, the readers supplement the intensive work necessary.
BOL0457 More Latin Readings Teacher's Manual $36.50
ISBN: 9780865160453 ISBN10: 0865160457.
These texts will put variety into your intermediate Latin class. They offer an abundance of material from twenty centuries of Latin literature. The sections are arranged under headings that explore universal human values. Designed to be read rapidly without formal translation, the readers supplement the intensive work necessary.
BOL0465 More Latin Readings Text $36.50
ISBN: 9780865160460 ISBN10: 0865160465.
These texts will put variety into your intermediate Latin class. They offer an abundance of material from twenty centuries of Latin literature. The sections are arranged under headings that explore universal human values. Designed to be read rapidly without formal translation, the readers supplement the intensive work necessary.

 

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