Qimmik first wrote:T. E. Page's late Victorian commentary--which is still excellent. It's aimed at serious teenagers. You can find it on Amazon or ABE Books.
Qimmik then wrote:The Cambridge Green and Yellow series includes individual commentaries by different scholars on each of the last 6 books (the earlier books are covered by somewhat older Oxford commentaries).
Qimmik last wrote:And really, the first six books call for a more grown-up commentary than one that marks macrons.
huilen wrote:Qimmik, you provide very useful information, I will consider them on a future (I have never take very seriously Latin, I have just read fragments of a couple of authors, and the little that I've learned was in a very disordered and unsystematic way. However, I would like, eventually, to get on the Aeneid).
I don't know if this is of any help, but I found very useful In usum delphini volumes, I like them because they are entirely in Latin: the original text is provided with a commentary and a paraphrase with easier vocabulary and word order, both in latin on the margins.
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