Beginning with a comprehensive review of grammar and syntax, Latin III consists exclusively of unabridged, untranslated texts by such authors as Petronius, Eutropius, Cicero, and Pliny. Emphasis is placed on accurate translation and interpretation of texts, as well as the locating of texts and their authors in their proper historical and cultural context. The study of Roman history continues with a discussion of Roman emperors and politics. (1 credit)
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