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The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established and fully revised introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. For this new Integrated Edition the complete material for students, including the Language Information, has been incorporated into one volume for each unit.


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The Cambridge Latin Course is a well-established and fully revised introductory course developed by the Cambridge School Classics Project. For this new Integrated Edition the complete material for students, including the Language Information, has been incorporated into one volume for each unit.

22 review for Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2A

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sammy

    Volume 2A (which can also be found in a double volume with 2B) takes us to Roman Britain (now Fishbourne) in the year 82. Here, a local judge named Salvius manages his horrible life horribly, quarreling with his wife and abusing his slaves. The local King, Cogidubnus, is now a subject of the Emperor Claudius. A boat race ends in tragedy and violence. And finally, one of our old favourites appears, to tell the story of their lengthy journey from the ruins of Pompeii to the outer reaches of the Em Volume 2A (which can also be found in a double volume with 2B) takes us to Roman Britain (now Fishbourne) in the year 82. Here, a local judge named Salvius manages his horrible life horribly, quarreling with his wife and abusing his slaves. The local King, Cogidubnus, is now a subject of the Emperor Claudius. A boat race ends in tragedy and violence. And finally, one of our old favourites appears, to tell the story of their lengthy journey from the ruins of Pompeii to the outer reaches of the Empire. Grammatical concepts in volume 2A include infinitives, some use of passive tense, the ablative, prepositions, relative clauses, the pluperfect, and variations on use of questions. Cultural material includes the conquest and Romanisation of Britain, the use of the farms, analysis of the historical figures herein, and a greater look at archaeology and modern discovery via the Palace at Fishbourne. An appendix summarises all of the grammar thus far learned. Highly recommended with the accompanying Teacher's Handbook

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