14 courses:
  • LA-101

    Introductory Latin

    A basic introduction to the fundamentals of the Latin language - grammar, vocabulary and sentence structure - so that Latin authors may be read and understood in the original. Course also aims to provide students with an appreciation of Roman culture and its influences. G.
  • LA-102

    Introductory Latin

    A basic introduction to the fundamentals of the Latin language - grammar, vocabulary and sentence structure - so that Latin authors may be read and understood in the original. Course also aims to provide students with an appreciation of Roman culture and its influences. G.
  • LA-201

    Interm. Latin: Prose

    This course aims to develop the student's ability to comprehend and translate Latin prose, and to appreciate Latin literature within the context of its historical framework. Selected passages from prose authors will provide grammar and vocabulary review as well as selections for reading and translation. Background reading on the authors and on relevant events of Roman history will be included. Prerequisites LA 101, LA 102 or 2 or more years of high school Latin. G,.
  • LA-202

    Interm. Latin: Poetry

    Selections from a variety of Roman poets will be studied, with emphasis on the late Republic and early Empire. This course provides the student an opportunity to demonstrate mastery of reading, comprehension and prosody, as well as an appreciation of Latin poetry and Roman culture. Prerequisites LA 101, LA 102 or 2 or more years of high school Latin. G.
  • LA-205

    Intermediate Latin: Vergil

    Reading of selections from Vergil's Aeneid and background on the epic and its Greek prototypes. This course is designed for students who have has two or more years of high school Latin, or at least elementary Latin in college.
  • LA-206

    Interm.Latin:Roman Historians

    Selections from the Roman historians, especially Livy, will be read; background on the historical periods treated by the authors and their value as historiographers. This course is designed for students who have had two or more years of high school Latin, or at least elementary Latin in college.