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Lesley Dean-Jones, Chair 2210 Speedway, Mail Code C3400, Austin, TX 78712-1738 • 512-471-5742

Spring 2008

LAT 507 • First-Year Latin II

Unique Days Time Location Instructor
33050 to 33070 Multiple Sections

Course Description

33050 M-F 8-9 WAG 10 33055 M-F 10-11 UTC 3.120 33060 M-F 12-1 WAG 308 33065 M-F 2-3 WAG 208 33070 M-F 3-4 RAS 313B This course is a continuation of Latin 506. It has two aims: to increase the student's fluency in Latin through reading and close examination of grammar and syntax, and to introduce the students to Roman life and culture. There will be daily assignments from the Wheelock text consisting of some review of Chapters 1-25 and a careful study of Chapters 26-40. This will be supplemented by further connected readings from selected books and handouts. Prereq: Latin 506 with a grade of C (or placement test)


Texts: Wheelock, Wheelock's Latin 6th edition (Harper Collins) Groton & May, 38 Latin Stories (Bolchazy) Bennett, New Latin Grammar (Bolchazy) Goldman & Szymanski, English Grammar for Students of Latin (Olivia & Hill) (optional) The instructor may choose one of the following Petronius, Petronius: Satyricon (Bolchazy) Apuleius , Cupid and Psyche (OUP) Caesar, Invasion of Britain (Bolchazy)


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