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.
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Synchronic investigation of the grammatical system of classical Latin. Special emphasis on the presentation of phonology, morphology and syntax in the Latin classroom.
Reading of extensive selections from the works of Livy, Caesar, Sallust, Tacitus or Suetonius. Close analysis of texts, style, structure, content, and context of their works.