Reading Livy's Rome

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Author  Milena Minkova
Publisher  Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
Publication Date   April 5, 2005
ISBN  0865165505
Pages  276

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Student Edition High-interest selections from Books I-VI of Livy's Ab Urbe Condita are presented; the beginning of the book contains simplified or paraphrased passages of Livy with copious notes and vocabulary; the middle of the book contains authentic Livian passages again with copious notes but with less vocabulary aids; the final section of the book features authentic passages of Livy with no notes or vocabulary aids. Special Features A graded reader designed to prepare students to read sight passages of Livy such as those presented on the high level IB exam. This innovative reader takes students who have learned the essentials of Latin grammar by stages into reading their first extended passages of a Latin author. Features include... Extensive same-page glossaries Inserts on features of Livy'Â’s language Simple Latin paraphrases for pre-reading English section titles for easy context Graduated Livian Latin passages Graduated notes on sytax and grammar

Also available:

Rome and Her Kings: Extracts from Livy I - ISBN 0865164509
Scipio Africanus: The Conqueror of Hannibal (Selections from Livy : Books XXVI-XXX) - ISBN 0865162085

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