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Index of Lingua Latina supplements

Postby Quin Firefrorefiddle » Sun Jun 27, 2010 5:15 pm

This is mostly for my own reference, but I thought others might find it useful. There are several supplemental readers available for Lingua Latina, each with a different time it's supposed to be used in the series. I don't think I'm allowed to post links yet, but I'll put in the full names.

To be used with Familia Romana:
Lingua Latina: Colloquia Personarum
Fabellae Latinae (found on Pullins website, free)

To be used just after Familia Romana:
Lingua Latina: Caesaris: Commentarii De Bello Gallico I (partial), IV, V
Amphitryo: Plautus Amphitryo Comoedia
Lingua Latina: Sermones Romani

To be used with Roma Aeterna:
Vergil Aeneid: Books 1 and 4 (P. Vergilii Maronis: Aeneis, Libros I et IV) (Lingua Latina)
Ovid: Ars Amatoria / P. Ovidii Nasonis (Lingua Latina) (for those who have finished the first five caps of RA)
Lingua Latina: Petronius: Cena Trimalchionis (for those who have finished the first half of RA) *(note: this book also has a vocabulary guide, be aware of what you are paying for)*
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Re: Index of Lingua Latina supplements

Postby Bedell » Sun Jun 27, 2010 8:56 pm

Thanks for posting that; I for one find it useful. :D
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Re: Index of Lingua Latina supplements

Postby Sino-Classicist » Mon Jun 28, 2010 3:43 am

There's also Fabellae Latinae, free from Pullins, to be used with Familia Romana.

According to the Lingua Latina website, Cena Trimalchionis is intended for people who have finished half of Roma Aeterna. Ars Amatoria is for people who have finished the first five lessons of Roma Aeterna.
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Re: Index of Lingua Latina supplements

Postby Quin Firefrorefiddle » Mon Jun 28, 2010 3:03 pm

Thank you! I will edit the list to reflect that.
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