Small but necessary corrections to your otherwise excellent Tar Heel 'Familia deorum':
1. Iuppiter (NOT Iupiter - it's spelt with double p)
2. Page 7 - Iuppiter, NOT Iovis, in this line-up: *Iovis et Neptunus et Pluto sunt fratres"->"Juppiter et Neptunus et Pluto sunt fratres" (nominative, not genitive).
Best intro to the gods I've seen so far. Thanks for that.
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I have been in the field of eduation since 1975 excluding a four year break. I teach history, philosophy, hunmanities, and philosophy of education at a community college in New York State, USA. I have always been interested in learning Latin, and I have been talking to the language department chair to offer Latin. She was impressed with your lessons and said they would be excellent for Latin I. We have advertised for an instructor, however, they are hard to find. Note: I think your lessons are great!
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