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Disce! - An Introductory Latin Course

ISBN-10: 0205835716
ISBN-13: 9780205835713
Edition: 2011 (Revised)
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List price: $78.70
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/31/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Kenneth F. Kitchell, Jr. is professor of Classics at the University of Massachusetts.nbsp; Prior to this he taught at Louisiana State University for 22 years and he taught high school in Chicago for two years. He also served, in 1989, as the Gertrude Smith Professor and co-director of the Summer Program of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece. nbsp; He has won several teaching awards, including The Amoco Foundation Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching (1980), American Philological Association Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics (1983), LSU Student Government Association Faculty Award (1991), and the Robert L. (Doc) Amborski Distinguished Honors Professor Award (1993).nbsp; He was the recipient of a CAMWSOvatio(1994), and was named a Hewlett Fellow for Teaching nbsp;(2000-2001) and a General Education Fellow (2009-2010) by University of Massachusetts Amherst.nbsp; Most recently henbsp; was listed in the latest edition of Marquisrsquo;Whorsquo;s Who in the World. nbsp; He is the author or co-author of seven books, 60 articles, and has presented over 120 scholarly talks. nbsp;He has been actively promoting the study of Classics for over 30 years, serving as for such groups as the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (President) and the American Philological Association (Vice-President for Education) and The American Classical League (President).nbsp; His other research interests center on animals and animal lore in antiquity and the Middle Ages and he enjoys writing fiction which, some day,nbsp; he may find the courage to send to a publisher. nbsp; nbsp; Thomas J. Sienkewicz is Minnie Billings Capron Professor of Classics at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois. With Ken Kitchell he is the series editor of theLEGAMUS Transitional Readers, published by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers. He is the co-authorVergil: A LEGAMUS Transitional Reader(Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2004) and editor of theEncyclopedia of the Ancient World( Salem Press, 2002) and theEncyclopedia of the Ancient Greek World(Salem Press Inc., 2007). In 2005 he was the recipient of the Hatch Distinguished Faculty Award for Scholarship at Monmouth College. He is also the recipient of the American Philological Association Award for Excellence in Teaching of the Classics, the Illinois Lieutenant Governorrsquo;s Award for Contributions to Foreign Language Learningm and anOvatiofrom the Classical Association of the Middle West and South. At Monmouth College he teaches a wide variety of courses on the ancient world as well as all levels of Latin and ancient Greek. He has designed several innovative courses, including ldquo;Understanding Spoken Latinrdquo; and ldquo;Star Warsand Classical Mythology.rdquo; With Ken Kitchell he is a founder of National Latin Teacher Recruitment Week. When not teaching or promoting Latin, he enjoys gardening.

Ipsissima Verba
Table of Contents
Vol. 2 (Chapters 21-40)
Hospitium
Philemon Baucisque (Ovid. Metamorphoses 8.631-635)
Vota Fides Sequitur (Ovid. Metamorphoses 8.711-719)
Sacramentum Gladiatorum
Tamquam Legitimi Gladiatores (Petronius' Satyricon 117)
Gladiatores Mortui (CIL 5: 1037; 2888; 3465; 3468; 5933; 3466)
Dulce Bellum
Dulce et Decorum Est (Horace Carmina 3.2.13-22)
Rigore Vali Aeli (inscription on bronze pan from Staffordshire, England)
Theatrum
Argumentum I (Plautus. Amphitryo)
Argumentum II (Plautus. Amphitryo)
Prologos (Plautus. Amphitryo. 17-33)
Tragicomoedia (Plautus. Amphitryo. 50-54; 56; 60-64)
Alcumena (Plautus. Amphitryo. 499-505)
Insignis Marcellus (Vergil. Aeneid 6.855-856)
Tu Marcellus Eris (Vergil. Aeneid 6. 875-883)
In Stygias Undas (Propertius.Elegiae 3.18: 9-16)
Partus et Museum
Melior Color Marem Ferenti (Pliny the Elder. Historiae Naturales 7.6.41)
Vulva Hyenae (Historiae Naturales 28.27.102)
Lacte Suis (Pliny the Elder. Historiae Naturales 28.77.250)
Penna Vultrina (Pliny the Elder. Historiae Naturales 30.44.130
Venus Genetrix (Lucretius. De Rerum Natura 4.1209-1217)
Supra Museum (Die Inschriften von Ephesos 7.3042)
Cena
Pantomimi Chorum, Non Patris Familiae Triclinium (Petronius. 31)
Gustatio Valde Lauta (Petronius. 31)
Hoc Salsumst (Terence. Adelphoi 419-431)
Iter
Lux Patriae (Horace. Carmina. 4.5.1-16)
Milliarium Romanum(CIL 9. 6003)
Artifices
Arachne (Ovid. Metamorphoses 6.129-138)
Aranea (Ovid. Metamorphoses 6.139-145)
Volcani Domus (Vergil. Aeneid 8.422, 424, 426-28; 431-432)
Ingentem Clipeum (Vergil. Aeneid 8.444-453)
Ius Romanum
De Patria Potestate (Justinian, Institutiones 1, 9)
De Iustitia et Iure (Justinian, Institutiones 1, 1)
Iuris Praecepta (Justinian, Institutiones 1, 1)
Res Agendae
Nunc Est Bibendum! (Horace. Carmina 1.37)
Carthago Delenda Est! (Pliny, Naturalis Historia 15. 20)
Prima Lux
Matutine Cliens (Martial. Epigrammata 12.68)
Moretum (Vergil. Moretum 31-37)
Bithynia
Plinius Traiano Imperatori (Pliny the Younger Epistulae, 10.33)
Traianus Plinio (Pliny the Younger Epistulae, 10.34)
Linquantur Phrygii Campi (Catullus 46)
Togati
Parvi Sunt Foris Arma (Cicero, De Officiis 1.76)
Cedant Arma Togae (Cicero, De Officiis 1.77)
Gentem Togatam (Vergil. Aeneid 1.279-283)
Primus in Toga A (Pliny. Naturales Historiae 7.30.116)
Primus in Toga B (Pliny. Naturales Historiae 7.30.117)
Gloria Togae (Martial, Epigrammata 2.90)
Togae Decus (Martial, Epigrammata 1.55)
Clades Variana
Legiones Redde! (Suetonius. Augustus 23)
Nuntium Caesi Vari Trucidatarumque Legionum Trium! (Velleius Paterculus.Romanae 2.117.1)
Sed et Causa et Persona Moram Exigit (Velleius Paterculus. Historiae Romanae 2.11)
In Circo
Clamosi Gloria Circi (Martial. Epigramata 10.53)
Spectatum Veniunt (Ovid. Ars Amatoria 1.89-100)
Circus Populi Capax (Ovid. Ars Amatoria 1.135-140)
Panem et Circenses (Juvenal. Saturae 10.73-81)
Res Gestae
Index Rerum Gestarum (Suetonius. Augustus 101)
Res Gestae Divi Augusti (Augustus. Res Gestae 1)
Petitiones
Commentariolum Consulatus Petitionis (Q. Tullius Cicero. Commentariolum Petitionis 1.1-2)
Elaborato ut Cupidi Tui Sint (Q. Tullius Cicero. Commentariolum Petitionis 8.29-30)
Oro Vos Faciatis (CIL 4.103; 202; 1904; 3471; 6626; 7164; 7201; 7468; 7841; 7851)
Nuptiae
Io Hymen Hymenaee (Catullus 61.1-15)
Vir Tuus Totus (Catullus 61.121-126; 151-175)
Ad Rapiendas Virgines (Livy. Ab Urbe Condita 1.9)
Tiberius
Virili Toga Sumpta (Suetonius. Tiberius 7)
Post Divortium (Suetonius. Tiberius 7)
Ad Maiestatem Augendam (Suetonius.Tiberius 15)
Gloriae Amplior (Suetonius. Tiberius 17)
Augustus Praesens Divus (Horace. Carmina 3.5.1-12)
Triumphus
De Ratione Belli (Suetonius. Tiberius 18)
Triumphalia Ornamenta (Suetonius. Tiberius 20)
Praetextae, Trabeae, Fasces (Juvenal. Satura 10.33-46)

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