Latin for People / Latina Pro Populo: Latina Pro Populo_(paper) by Paul Alexander HumezLatin for People / Latina Pro Populo: Latina Pro Populo_(paper) by Paul Alexander Humez

Latin for People / Latina Pro Populo: Latina Pro Populo_(paper)

byPaul Alexander Humez, Alexander Humez

Paperback | July 30, 1978

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Alexander and Nicholas Humez have fashioned an easy-going and satisfying introduction to the language that is the wellspring of the mother tongue. Their brief history of Classical and Vulgar Latin, explanation of the language's grammatical and sound systems, translation exercises, synopsis of grammar, and glossaries of Latin-English and English-Latin will enhance our understanding of every aspect of literature and the world of ideas. In addition, Latin for People contains two closing chapters, hailed as 'invaluable' by The Classical Outlook: one that translates all the readings in the book and one that suggests further readings.

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Title:Latin for People / Latina Pro Populo: Latina Pro Populo_(paper)Format:PaperbackDimensions:206 pages, 7.75 × 5.12 × 0.5 inPublished:July 30, 1978Publisher:Little, Brown And Company

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ISBN - 10:0316381497

ISBN - 13:9780316381499

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Alexander and Nicholas Humez have fashioned an easy-going and satisfying introduction to the language that is the wellspring of the mother tongue. Their brief history of Classical and Vulgar Latin, explanation of the language's grammatical and sound systems, translation exercises, synopsis of grammar, and glossaries of Latin-English and English-Latin will enhance our understanding of every aspect of literature and the world of ideas. In addition, Latin for People contains two closing chapters, hailed as 'invaluable' by The Classical Outlook: one that translates all the readings in the book and one that suggests further readings.