The Young Romans


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Author  Rose Williams
Publisher  Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
Publication Date   June 1, 2003
ISBN  1843310473
Pages  144

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This beginning Latin reader, designed for the younger student, tells in simple Latin the stories of Roman children who played a significant role in Roman history. Ascanius, Camilla, Cloelia, Alexander the boy emperor, and many more are highlighted in twenty chapters that include pictures, crossword puzzles, special activities, English words from Latin, and simple thought questions.

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