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Latin (LATN)

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1010. First Year Latin I. 4. Studies fundamentals of grammar, composition and reading. (Offered fall semester)

1020. First Year Latin II. 4. Studies fundamentals of grammar, composition and reading. Prerequisite: LATN 1010 or equivalent. (Offered spring semester)

2030. Second Year Latin. 4. [C1<>(none)] Reading simple texts, short stories and dramas, as well as grammar review and conversation. Prerequisite: LATN 1020 or equivalent. (Offered fall semester)

3110. Vergil, The Aeneid I. 3. [C1<>(none)] Prerequisite: LATN 2030 or equivalent. (Offered spring semester)

3120. Vergil, The Aeneid II. 3. Reading further portions of the Aeneid and consideration of its literacy interpretation. Prerequisite: LATN 3110 or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

3140. Caesar. 2. Acquaints students with war-memoir genre of Latin literature. Prerequisite: LATN 2030 or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

3150. Livy 3. Reading portions of Livy's historical works, and consideration of the history he covers and how the Romans viewed their past. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent.

3160. Ovid. 2. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

3990. Independent Study. 1-4 (Max. 12). Books or texts of special interest to the student, selected in conjunction with the instructor; independent reading and reports. Prerequisite: LATN 2030 or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

4110. Horace. 3. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

4115. Latin Philosophers. 3. An introduction to Latin philosophical traditions. Readings will be selected either from one author, such as Lucretius (ca. 99-55 BCE) or Seneca the Younger (ca. 4 BCE-65 CE), or from different authors about a given theme. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent.

4120. Catullus and the Elegiac Poets. 3. Discusses Latin lyric poetry of late Republic and early Empire, excluding works of Horace and Ovid, and elegiac tradition in Latin. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

4130. Cicero. 3. Introduction to the prose of the statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BCE). Readings will be selected from his political speeches, correspondences, or treatises on philosophical, rhetorical, and religious topics. Prerequisite: 15 hours of college Latin or equivalent.

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