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Lingua Latina: Pars II: Roma Aeterna-Interactive Latin Course (PC/CD-ROM)

Lingua Latina: Pars II: Roma Aeterna-Interactive Latin Course (PC/CD-ROM)

Hans H. ├śrberg

2005 - Imprint: Focus

Format ISBN Price Qty
Paper 978-8-79069-609-2
$32.95

Quick Overview

Lingua Latina: Pars II: Exercitia Latina II (PC/CD-ROM) is the CD Rom format of the text, Roma Aeterna, part two in the Lingua Latina course. The CD version includes the complete text of Roma Aeterna with Indices, a full interactive edition of the Pensa (or exercises), and an audio-recording of the questions in Pensum C with answers. Note: it does NOT contain Roma Aeterna read aloud by the author.

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Lingua Latina: Pars II: Exercitia Latina II (PC/CD-ROM) is the CD Rom format of the text, Roma Aeterna, part two in the Lingua Latina course. Also available in print, paperback or hardcover. FEBRUARY 2013 UPDATE: Patches for the CD Roms are now available for newer operating systems. Please visit: http://lingualatina.dk/wp/support/

Part II, ROMA AETERNA, the subject is Roman history. A description of the city of Rome is followed by a prose version of Vergil’s Aeneid I-IV, with some important passages in the original, and Livy’s Book I supplemented with extracts from Ovid. At first Livy’s prose is gently adapted, but the main part of the book contains unadapted texts by Livy, Aulus Gellius, Cornelius Nepos, Sallust, Cicero, and Horace.

Contents of the CD:

  • complete text of Roma Aeterna
  • with Indices
  • a full interactive edition of the Pensa (or exercises)
  • audio-recording of the questions in Pensum C with answers

* Please note: This does NOT contain Roma Aeterna read aloud by the author.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Intel Pentium compatible PC, 650 MHZ
  • Windows 98/ME/XP
  • 128 MB memory
  • 1024X768 dpi monitor
  • 50 MB hard disk space



About the Author:

Hans Henning Ørberg (1920-2010) MA in English. French and Latin at the University of Copenhagen. 1946-52 and 1961-63 teacher at various Danish High Schools. 1953-1961 on the staff of The Nature Method Institute, Copenhagen. 1963-1988 teacher at Grenaa Gymnasium. Author of the Latin course Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata, first published 1955-56. New revised edition published 1990-91 under the title Lingua Latina per se illustrata, with a number of supplements. After his retirement he ran a publishing house called Domus Latina, which is now run by his children.