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Vergil, Aeneid - Latin

The Aeneid, a Latin epic poem dating back to 29-19 BC, takes you across seas, through battles, and ultimately to a bloody victory for its main character, Aeneas. Practice your foundational Latin skills in the first six books of this legendary tale and master Latin grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.

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Aeneid, Book I (Latin)

Dive into the very beginning of Vergil's epic poem as he introduces his subject and invokes the Muse of epic poetry, Calliope. Understand the underlying reasons for the war between the Greeks and Trojans, including why Juno is at the center and how she prevents the Trojans from reaching their long-sought destination with a storm sending them to Carthage.
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Aeneid, Book II (Latin)

Aeneid Book II describes the painful end of the Trojan War. Understand Aeneas's internal conflict and notice how he uses emotional appeal to augment his audience’s sympathy for the devastated Trojans.
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Aeneid, Book IV (Latin)

Understand both sides of the love affair between Aeneas and Dido. As Dido's love for Aeneas increases, Aeneas loses track of his fated home in Italy. After Aeneas is ordered to leave Carthage, witness Dido's devastation once she realizes that her lover will abandon her.
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Aeneid, Book VI (Latin)

Aeneas finally reaches Italy at Cumae and voyages onto a trip to the Underworld with the Sibyl of Cumae guiding him. Learn what is in store for him and his descendants after he is reunited with the spirit of his dead father.
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Caesar, Gallic Wars - Latin

Caesar's "Gallic Wars", which portrays a series of military campaigns waged against Gallic tribes, is one of the best examples of classic Latin prose. It has inspired many books, movies, and even a Swiss folk metal song. Master Latin grammatical structures and strengthen your reading comprehension as you read books one through six.

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Gallic Wars, Book I (Latin)

Orgetorix convinces his fellow Helvetians that their land is too small for them as such great warriors, the Helvetians continue the plan of Orgetorix, even after his demise, and Julius Caesar responds swiftly to an upcoming massive migration through Roman territory.
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Gallic Wars, Book 4 (Latin)

Caesar lands in Britain, an island very unfamiliar to the Romans, and skillfully helps his soldiers overcome setbacks as they fight a new enemy.
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Gallic Wars, Book V (Latin)

Meet the lieutenants Lucius Aurunculeius Cotta and Quintus Titurius Sabinus as they decide on whether they should stay in the winter quarters with little food or depart. Then observe how the Roman centurions Titus Pullo and Lucius Vorenus, rivals though they are, work together for the benefit of each other and their fellow Romans.
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Gallic Wars, Book VI (Latin)

Become acquainted with the fascinating culture of the Gauls. Learn details of the equestrians and Druids and their roles in Gallic society. Read about surprising religious practices and finally see how Julius Caesar describes Gallic gods, funeral practices, slavery, and inheritance rights.
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