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- Ancient Greek Literature - 3rd Term
We shall read The Acts of the Apostles
- Latin 3
This course equips you with the skills necessary to tackle unadapted classical texts. Using Jones and Sidwell's 'Reading Latin', it covers the last grammar topics through extracts from authors of the Late Republic.
- Mycenaean Greece
Mycenaean civilization flourished in mainland Greece and on the islands in the Aegean sea (especially Crete) during the late Bronze Ages. This course offers an introduction to the language, writing system, culture and society of this civilization.
- Ancient Greek 1
Ancient Greek is the language of Homer, Sophocles, Plato, the New Testament and many other texts. In this class students with no prior knowledge of Greek will start learning ancient Greek in order to read some of these famous texts and authors later.
- Reading Latin Texts
This language course will help you read ancient texts in the original Latin, using the commentary and apparatus of a standard edition. Both prose and verse works will be studied: the set texts are Catullus poems, esp. LXIII, LXIV and Livy, Book I (30-60).
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