[Loyola University Chicago]

LATN 271-001: Introduction to Roman Prose

Fall Semester 2013

Capitoline Wolf, Capitoline Museum, Rome, photo J. Long 1 August 2006

Get a good start, and you can go on to do great things.

This class will complete the introduction of knowledge and skills needed to read Latin prose and integrate them in connected reading of original texts. Grammar and analysis will continue to be emphasized so as to consolidate your understanding of how language functions systematically: this insight will strengthen your mastery of every language you use. At the same time, we will also begin to look at Latin texts as literature and sources of information - where even more fun begins.

Our work will pursue four main aims or Learning Outcomes (as well as having fun with them):

MWF 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Information Commons 215
Dr. Jacqueline Long

Office Hours:
MWF 11:30am-12:30pm, Sullivan Center 228
or by appointment

Policies and Assessment

Schedule of Reading Assignments and Topics


Additional Resources

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Revised 19 August 2013 by jlong1@luc.edu