Continuation of LATIN 120 or 126: intermediate Latin language, including vocabulary, grammar, and syntax via readings in unabridged Latin; some background on Roman life and society from the age of the emperor Augustus. Prerequisite: Latin 120 or 126 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher.
This course examines texts written by and about Julius Caesar, one of the most influential figures on in Roman history. Students will gain fluency in the vocabulary, grammar, and style employed not only by Caesar himself, but also by other authors who wrote about him, including Catullus, Cicero, Suetonius, Eutropius, and Aulus Gellius. You will also build a working knowledge of the historical circumstances and literary models that influenced the work of these authors. You and your fellow students will work together to prepare small presentations on the grammar, vocabulary, and style of these texts, as well a short creative response. Prerequisite: LATIN 240 or 246 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher. (Gen.Ed. AL)
Continued introduction to classical Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax via readings in Latin, with background on Roman imperial society. Prerequisite: LATIN 110 or equivalent with a grade of C or higher.
Introduction to Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax from the time of Caesar and Cicero, via readings in Latin, with basic background on Roman society in the first century B.C. Emphasis on similarities and differences with English.
A survey of the major Latin authors and genres from the 2nd c. B.C. to the 2nd c. A.D.
Selections in Latin from the Roman poet Vergil's epic, the Aeneid, with analysis of poetic structure, style, and cultural context. Prerequisite: 300-level course in Latin or equivalent with a grade of C or higher.
Introduction to Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax from the time of Caesar and Cicero, via readings in Latin, with basic background on Roman society in the first century B.C. Emphasis on similarities and differences with English.
Introduction to Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax from the time of Caesar and Cicero, via readings in Latin, with basic background on Roman society in the first century B.C. Emphasis on similarities and differences with English.
Combination of LATIN 110 and 120.
Introduction to Latin vocabulary, grammar, and syntax from the time of Caesar and Cicero, via readings in Latin, with basic background on Roman society in the first century B.C. Emphasis on similarities and differences with English.