Finis Rei Publicae draws on eyewitness accounts to provide students with a compelling narrative outlining the history of Rome during the late Republic, while carefully reinforcing and introducing advanced grammar and syntax. Excellent transitional text using actual documents and readings, with commentary on history and grammar, and exercises. Students are provided ample structured skills. Appropriate for third or fourth semester Latin and Latin Grammar review. Notes keyed to Allen and Greenough.
Provides a structured introduction to reading real Latin
Tells a fascinating story in a connected narrative
Offers a complete exercise manual to accompany the text
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