Both instructors and students benefit from these audio materials that provide an interactive way to learn while reinforcing what is gained from the lessons within the textbook.
The Letters of Susan M. Hopkins, 1927-1935
Describes life from a woman’s perspective at the excavation of Dura-Europos, an ancient site that contained many remarkable archaeological finds.
Michael Ayrton and the Myth of Daedalus
An original inquiry into how the artistic psyche interacts with myth; includes a catalogue of the works of British artist Michael Ayrton.
Readings on the Fall of the Roman Republic
Eyewitness accounts of the collapse of the Roman republic, including selections from the correspondence of the great orator Marcus Cicero and Caesar’s narrative episodes of the civil war. For students of intermediate and advanced Latin.
A Latin via Ovid Workbook
Exhibiting the same clarity as Latin via Ovid, this student workbook parallels the text’s forty lessons and is the ideal supplement to classroom recitation and exercises.
With Notes and Vocabulary
Text and commentary on Cicero’s Verrines II.4 designed to assist students in the early stages of reading and understanding Latin literary texts.
Res Gestae et Fragmenta
The Res Gestae and Fragmenta by Caesar Augustus annotated for beginning Latin students.
A Handbook of Etruscan Studies
A reliable and lively volume which brings readers into the mainstream of the latest Etruscan scholarship.
A First Course
Using an introduction to mythology by the master storyteller Ovid himself, the authors have prepared a unique teaching tool designed to achieve proficiency at Latin in one year at the college level, two years at the high school or intermediate level.
Life and Thought in Ancient Greece
A history of ancient Greek life and thought from the Mycenaean kings to Alexander, Aristotle and Diogenes.
Based on the major primary sources of Roman history, this book recalls the experiences of the ancient Romans through a thousand years of their history.