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Oxford Latin Course Part III

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780195212075

ISBN10:
019521207X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
4/17/1997
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press
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Summary

Designed for North American students, this special version of the Oxford Latin Course combines the best features of both modern and traditional methods of Latin teaching, providing an exciting, stimulating introduction and approach to Latin based on the reading of original texts. In this four-volume North American edition, the order of declensions corresponds to customary U.S. usage, and the spelling has been Americanized. In addition, it offers full-color illustrations and photographs throughout Parts I and II and an expanded Teacher's Book with translations for each part. Parts I-III (now available in hardcover editions) are built around a narrative detailing the life of Horace, now based more closely on historical sources, which helps students to get to know real Romans--with their daily activities, concerns, and habits--and to develop an understanding of Roman civilization during the time of Cicero and Augustus. Part IV (paperback) is a reader consisting of extracts from Caesar, Cicero, Catullus, Virgil, Livy, and Ovid. The second edition of the Oxford Latin Course has been carefully designed to maximize student interest, understanding, and competence. It features a clearer presentation of grammar, revised narrative passages, new background sections, more emphasis on daily life and on the role of women, a greater number and variety of exercises, and review chapters and tests. Each chapter opens with a set of cartoons with Latin captions that illustrate new grammar points. A Latin reading follows, with new vocabulary highlighted in the margins and follow-up exercises that focus on reading comprehension and grammatical analysis. A background essay in English concludes each chapter. Covering a variety of topics--from history to food, from slavery to travel, these engaging essays present a well-rounded picture of Augustan Rome. The Oxford Latin Course, Second Edition offers today's students and teachers an exceptionally engaging and attractive introduction to the language, literature, and culture of Rome--one that builds skills effectively and is exciting to use.

Table of Contents

Introduction 5(1)
34 Quintus Delphos visit
6(6)
Delphi
9(3)
35 Quintus militat
12(6)
The Roman army -- 1
16(2)
36 Scintilla desperat
18(6)
The Roman army -- 2
22(2)
37 Philippi
24(5)
Brutus and Cassius
27(2)
38 Quintus Athenas fugit
29(6)
Octavian returns to Italy
33(2)
39 Quintus Venusiam revisit
35(6)
The confiscations
39(2)
40 Quintus amico veteri occurrit
41(7)
Latin poetry
46(2)
41 Quintus carmina facit
48(6)
Horace
52(2)
42 Pompeius ad patriam revenit
54(5)
Books
57(2)
43 Quintus Maecenati commendatur
59(5)
Maecenas
62(2)
44 Quintus iter Brundisium facit
64(7)
Travel
68(2)
45 Quintus a molesto quodam vexatur
71(6)
Patrons and clients
75(2)
46 Quintus rusticus fit
77(7)
Houses
81(3)
47 Actium
84(5)
Divorce
87(2)
48 Bellum Alexandrinum
89(5)
Cleopatra
92(2)
49 Caesar Augustus
94(5)
Caesar Augustus
97(2)
50 Augustus Quintum in amicitiam suam accipit
99(5)
Vixi Puellis
102(2)
51 Maecenas poetas fovet
104(7)
The Roman empire
107(4)
52 Pax et princeps
111(5)
Some glimpses of Augustus
114(2)
53 Quintus rusticus
116(6)
The town mouse and the country mouse
120(2)
54 Indomita mors
122(61)
Death
125(2)
Grammar and exercises
127(4)
Grammar and exercises
131(4)
Grammar and exercises
135(3)
Grammar and exercises
138(3)
Grammar and exercises
141(2)
Grammar and exercises
143(3)
Grammar and exercises
146(2)
Grammar and exercises
148(4)
Grammar and exercises
152(1)
Grammar and exercises
153(2)
Grammar and exercises
155(3)
Grammar and exercises
158(2)
Grammar and exercises
160(1)
Grammar and exercises
161(4)
Grammar and exercises
165(2)
Grammar and exercises
167(2)
Grammar and exercises
169(3)
Grammar and exercises
172(2)
Grammar and exercises
174(2)
Grammar and exercises
176(3)
Grammar and exercises
179(4)
Appendix 1 Rome's imperial mission 183(5)
Appendix 2 Continuous indirect speech 188(4)
Appendix 3 Uses of the indicative and subjunctive 189(2)
Reference grammar 191(17)
Latin -- English vocabulary 208(12)
English -- Latin vocabulary 220(4)
Index of grammar 224


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