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A Little Latin Reader

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This book is designed primarily for use in beginning and intermediate Latin classes at the undergraduate level (semesters 1-4 of college Latin). This Latin reader will present passages of 3-10 lines taken from Classical authors (including Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Martial, Ovid, Vergil, etc.and inscriptions. The selections will consist of lively unadapted passages suitable for elementary and intermediate level Latin students. These passages will be annotated in such a way that instructors can use them in a wide variety of classroom settings. The selections will be arranged to emphasizecertain points of grammar and syntax (case use: Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative, and Ablative; Pronouns; Ablative Absolutes; Relative Clauses; Indirect Statement; Subordinate Clauses; Subjunctive Verbs; and Conditionals). The arrangement of topics and the length of the passages is intended to provide the highest degree of flexibility in the classroom: a single selection could provide additional practice in syntax and translation during the first or last few minutes of a class session; a series of selections couldprovide the foundation of a class meeting; selections could be used for practice and/or testing in translating at sight; or the entire reader could be used as the foundation of a comprehensive review and transition into intermediate and advanced Latin. In essence, this reader will expose students ofLatin to extended passages of unadapted Latin from a wide variety of important authors at the earliest stage in language instruction. This early exposure to Classical authors will enable students to transition more easily from beginning and intermediate Latin textbooks to authentic Latin prose andpoetry.

Author Biography


Mary C. English is Associate Professor of Classics and General Humanities at Montclair State University, where she has taught Latin at all levels. In 2007, she received the American Philological Association's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Since 2003, Dr. English has served as the editor of The Classical Outlook.

Georgia L. Irby is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at the College of William and Mary, where she has taught Latin and Greek at all levels. She is the editor of Nuntius, the newsletter of Eta Sigma Pi, the national honor society for undergraduate students of the classics.

Table of Contents


1. NOMINATIVE AND ACCUSATIVE CASES
1.1. CIL IV 3117: Pompeii
1.2. CIL IV 3794: Pompeii
1.3. CIL IV 7086: Pompeii
1.4. CIL IV 275: Pompeii
1.5. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.505-506
1.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.550
2. SIMPLE INFINITIVES
2.1. CIL VIII 17938: Timgad (Africa)
2.2. Horace, Carmina 3.2.13
2.3. Horace, Epistulae 1.1.41-42
3. SUM
3.1. CIL IV 5279: Pompeii
3.2. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.512-514
3.3. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.517-518
3.4. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.557-559
4. VOCATIVE CASE
4.1. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.481-482
4.2. Catullus 3.1-3
4.3. Catullus 101.1-2
5. Imperatives
5.1. CIL IV 6702: Pompeii
5.2. CIL X 874: Pompeii
5.3. CIL X 876: Pompeii
5.4. CIL X 877: Pompeii
5.5. CIL IV 1864: Pompeii
5.6. ILS 8730.1-4: Rome
5.7. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.510-511
5.8. CIL X 7697.6-7: Cagliari (Caralis, Sardinia)
6. GENITIVE CASE
6.1. CIL VII 748, addit. 310 [ILS 2551; RIB 1778] Carvoran, a fort on Hadrian's Wall (Britannia)
6.2. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.452-453
6.3. Catullus 5.1-3
7. DATIVE CASE
7.1. CIL VII 5 [ILS 4786; RIB 88]: Winchester (Britannia)
7.2. CIL VII 33 [RIB 16]: London (Londinium, Britannia)
7.3. CIL VII 74 [RIB 132]: Custom Scrubs (Britannia)
7.4. CIL VII 509 [RIB 1333]: Benwell (Condercum), a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall (Britannia)
7.5. RIB 1316: Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Pons Aelius, Britannia)
7.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.555-556
8. IMPERFECT TENSE
8.1. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.10-11
8.2. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.91-93
8.3. Vergil, Aeneid 8.655-658
9. COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVES
9.1. Martial 1.32
9.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.4.1
9.3. Cicero, Philippica 2.7
10. VOLO, NOLO, MALO
10.1. Martial 1.9
10.2. Martial 11.13
10.3. Cicero, pro Milone 9
11 FUTURE TENSE
11.1. Cicero, Philippica 2.111
11.2. Livy, ab Urbe Condita, 1.1.13
11.3. Martial 5.81
12. SUBSTANTIVES
12.1. CIL IV 813: Pompeii
12.2. Vergil, Aeneid 1.34-35
12.3. Martial 1.16
13. BASIC ABLATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS
13.1. Catullus 43
13.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.33.1
13.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.28.1-2
14. DATIVE WITH SPECIAL VERBS AND ADJECTIVES
14.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.13.8-9
14.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.21.1
14.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.22.1-2
14.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.27.1-2
15. PERFECT TENSE
15.1. CIL VI 15346 [ILS 8403]: Rome
15.2. Catullus 51.13-16
15.3. Martial 5.9
16. PLUPERFECT TENSE
16.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.21.3-4
16.2. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.2.1
16.3. Martial 1.47
17. FUTURE PERFECT TENSE
17.1. ILS 8731: Rome
17.2. Cicero, pro Milone 93
17.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.25.3
18. NUMBERS AND INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
18.1. CIL IV 3884 [ILS 5145]: Pompeii
18.2. CIL VII 58 [RIB 164]: Bath (Aquae Sulis, Britannia)
18.3. Martial 6.8
19. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
19.1. CIL VII 344 [ILS 502; RIB 897]: Old Carlisle (Britannia)
19.2. Martial 5.43
19.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.13.3-4
19.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.17.1-2
19.5. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.2
20. REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
20.1. CIL VII 93a, addit. 306 [ILS 4558; RIB 213]: Martlesham, Suffolk (Britannia)
20.2. Catullus 58
20.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.27.3-5
21. PASSIVE VERBS
21.1. Catullus 8.12-19
21.2. Martial 3.12
21.3. Martial 5.13.1-4
21.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.14.1-2
22. IMPERSONAL VERBS
22.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.26.1-3
22.2. Catullus 70
22.3. Cicero, ad Atticum 4.2.4
22.4. Cicero, Philippica 2.68
22.5. Vergil, Aeneid 4.450-51
22.6. Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.137-140
22.7. Tacitus, Annales 13.21.1
23. COMPARATIVE
23.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.25.1
23.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.14.3
23.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.17.1
23.4. Vergil, Aeneid 1.142-143
23.5. Martial 1.10
24. ABLATIVE OF COMPARISON
24.1. Catullus 82
24.2. Vergil, Aeneid 1.544-545
24.3. Martial 1.109.1-5
24.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.26.1-2
25. SUPERLATIVES
25.1. Catullus 49
25.2. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.9
25.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.2.1
26. RELATIVE CLAUSES
26.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.1.1
26.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.2.3
26.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.21.7
26.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.13.1-2
26.5. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.21.2
27. CORRELATIVES
27.1. Catullus 87
27.2. Ovid, Metamorphoses 3.381-384
27.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.42.1-2
28. DEPONENT VERBS
28.1. ILS 6037: Lyon (Lugdunum, Gallia Lugdunensis)
28.2. Martial 3.43
28.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.16.1-3
28.4. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.1
28.5. Vergil, Aeneid 1.198-207
28.6. Vergil, Aeneid 1.335-337
28.7. Vergil, Aeneid 1.144-147
29. INFINITIVES IN COMPLEX SENTENCES
29.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.21.3-5
29.2. Cicero, Philippica 2.30
30. INDIRECT STATEMENTeid 1.94-101
30.1. CIL IV 1904: Pompeii
30.2. Martial 3.61
30.3. Martial 5.47
30.4. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.2
30.5. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.17.2
30.6. Catullus 72
30.7. Vergil, Aeneid 1.124-129
31. PARTICIPLES
31.1. Martial 3.14
31.2. Martial 5.66
31.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.8.2
31.4. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.5
31.5. Vergil, Aeneid 1.52-54
31.6. Vergil, Aeneid 1.102-105
31.7. Vergil, Aeneid 1.340-342
32. ABLATIVES ABSOLUTE
32.1. CIL VII 451, addit. 309 [ILS 3562; RIB 1041]: Bollihope Common, Stanhope, County Durham (Britannia)
32.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.21.5
32.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.9.6
33. INDEPENDENT USES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE
33.1. CIL VII 140, addit. 306 [ILS 4730; RIB 306]: Lydney Park, Gloucestershire (Britannia)
33.2. Martial 3.99
33.3. Cicero, Philippica 2.40
33.4. Vergil, Aeneid 4.659-662
33.5. Ovid, Tristia 3.3.73-76
34. CUM CLAUSES
34.1. Martial 1.38
34.2. Martial 3.15
34.3. CIL X 846: Pompeii
34.4. CIL VIII 152: Thelepte (Africa)
35. PURPOSE CLAUSES
35.1. Martial 2.80
35.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.25.4-6
35.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.22.3-4
35.4. Vergil, Aeneid 1.657-660
36. RESULT CLAUSES
36.1. Catullus 75
36.2. Martial 1.89
36.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.4.6
37. NOUN RESULT CLAUSES
37.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.29.1
37.2. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.4
37.3. Catullus 109
38. INDIRECT COMMANDS
38.1. ILS 8753: Hadrumetum, North Africa
38.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.21.6-7
38.3. Catullus 13.11-14
39. INDIRECT QUESTIONS
39.1. Vergil, Aeneid 1.305-309
39.2. Catullus 85
39.3. Catullus 93
39.4. Martial 2.7
39.5. Martial 2.38
39.6. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.20.4
40. FEAR CLAUSES
40.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.19.2
40.2. Cicero, in Catilinam 4.14
40.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.17.4
40.4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 2.12.4
41. PROVISO CLAUSES
41.1. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.34.5
41.2. Martial 2.88
41.3. Ovid, Metamorphoses 9.19-22
42. RELATIVE CLAUSES WITH SUBJUNCTIVES
42.1. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.8
42.2. Catullus 22.18-21
42.3. Catullus 7
43. CONDITIONALS
43.1. CIL XIII 1983 [ILS 8158]: Lyon (Lugdunum, Gallia Lugdunensis)
43.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.33.2
43.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.13.5-6
43.4. Martial 5.29
43.5. Martial 6.17
43.6. Catullus 48
43.7. Catullus 83
43.8. Vergil, Aeneid 6.29-33
44. GERUNDS AND GERUNDIVES
44.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.3.1-2
44.2. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.21.1-2
44.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.29.2
44.4. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 4.34.2
44.5. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.12.1-4
44.6. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 5.17.2
44.7. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 6.13.11
44.8. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.4
45. FUTURE PASSIVE PERIPHRASTICS
45.1. Horace, Carmina 1.37.1-4
45.2. Cicero, in Catilinam 1.11
45.3. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 1.34.1
45.4. CIL I 2.2138: Cremona, Italy
46. SUPINES
46.1. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.30.1
46.2. Vergil, Aeneid 2.785-787
46.3. Caesar, de Bello Gallico 1.3.6
46.4. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 4.43.1
47. INTERMEDIATE LATIN PROSE PASSAGES
47.1. Livy, ab Urbe Condita 22.57.2-6
47.2. Petronius, Satyricon 39.4-15
47.3. Pliny the Younger, Epistulae 6.16.15-20
48. INTERMEDIATE LATIN POETRY PASSAGES
48.1. Vergil, Georgics 4.485-503
48.2. Sulpicia 2 and 3
48.3. Ovid, Metamorphoses 8.796-813
49. ADVANCED LATIN PROSE PASSAGES
49.1. Sallust, Bellum Catilinae 60.1-7
49.2. Tacitus, Annales 1.5.1-3
49.3. Suetonius, de Vita Neronis 22.1-2
50. ADVANCED LATIN POETRY PASSAGES
50.1. Horace, Carmina 3.30
50.2. Germanicus, Aratea 328-342
50.3. Statius, Silvae 2.5.1-19
APPENDICES
A: Biographical Sketches
B: Basic Guide to Latin Meter and Scansion
C: Basic Guide to Latin Epigraphy
D: Index of Latin Grammar and Syntax
E: Index of Roman Culture
F: Guide to Places and Peoples Associated with the Readings
Suggestions for Further Reading
Glossary


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