Readings in Latin Literature II

  • Course Number: 3002
  • Subject: Latin
  • Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Description:

    In this course, students will read from a rotating selection of Latin genres, including epic, history, oratory, drama, love elegy, and the novel. Usually concentrating on a single author, this course prepares students for advanced critical study of Latin texts by expanding their knowledge of historical contexts and modern scholarship. After completion of this course, students may pursue graduate study or a career in Latin instruction.

  • Arranged each semester. Works studied include those by Ovid or Petronius. Readings are in Latin. Interested students may consult Education Abroad for more information.

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  • Pre-requisites:

    Latin 4 (at Temple, Latin 2002) or equivalent, with a minimum grade of C-, or permission of instructor