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Latin language (Q610): The study of the history, grammar and use of Latin. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation.

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Audio LATIN SCANSION: THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT

This podcast introduces you to the basic rules behind the scansion of Latin poetry: long and short syllables, plus elision. We discuss syllables...

Latin, Scansion, Latin Verse Metre view
Audio LATIN SCANSION: HENDECASYLLABLES

This podcast introduces you to Hendecasyllables, the metre used by Catullus in many of his finest poems. We discuss how the lines are put together...

Latin, Scansion, Latin Verse Metre, Catullus view
Document Augustan Rome

Short introduction to Augustan Rome -lecture notes for Reading Latin Texts

Augustus, Ancient rome view
Link LATIN DECLENSION QUIZ

This link takes you to a nice little quiz where you can test your knowledge of Latin declensions. N.B., though, that this is an American site, so...

Latin, Latin Vocabulary, Latin Grammar view
Link CICERO AD FAMILIARES 8.16 - COMMENTARY

This link takes you to a commentary on Cicero, Ad Fam., 8.16 - Section 6B(vii) in our coursebook.

Latin, Cicero, Caelius, Caesar, Civil War, Epistolography view
Link CATULLUS POEM 13

This link takes you to the Latin text of Catullus 13. You can click on each word and get extra information in the 'Word Study Tool'

Latin, Catullus view
Link CATULLUS 50 FLASHCARDS

THis link takes to to a set of digital 'flashcards' that you can use for the study of Catullus 50.

Latin, Catullus, Latin Vocabulary view
Link LIMPING IAMBICS

This link takes you a site that explains the Scazon, or 'Limping Iambic' metre. It's not specifically about Catullus, but the information is...

Latin, Catullus, Latin Verse Metre view
Link CICERO AD FAMILIARES 2.8 - COMMENTARY

This link takes you to a commentary of Cicero Ad Familiares 2.8 (Section 6B(iii) of your course book), by Frank Frost Abbott.

Rome, Cicero, Pompey, Gladiators, Civil War view
Link CICERO AD FAMILIARES 8.9 - TRANSLATION

This link takes you to a translation of Cicero Ad Familiares 8.9

Cicero, Caelius, Latin, Civil War, Bread and Circuses view
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