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Molendinarius's Blog – February 2012 Archive (11)

Benjamin D'Ooge's 'Latin for Beginners'

Benjamin D'Ooge's 
 'Latin for Beginners'
This  traditional Latin textbook, dating from the very early 20th Century, was produced in audio in November 2009. Many students still enjoy using it, and it is popular with people…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 6:03am — No Comments

Sarah Coleridge's 'Pretty Lessons in Verse'

Sarah Coleridge's 
'Pretty Lessons in Verse'




Sara Coleridge, sister of the celebrated poet, has written a lovely collection of poems for teaching Latin, addressed to dear Henry and Edith, the…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 6:02am — No Comments

Lowe, Butler and Walker's ' Introduction to Caesar'.

Lowe, Butler and Walker's 
' Introduction to Caesar'.

The audio edition contains the audio of the textbook, with additional materials.1. Lowe's text contains much…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 6:01am — No Comments

Cannon's 'An Open Door to Caesar'

Cannon's
 'An Open Door to Caesar' 


Cannon's 'An Open Door to Caesar' contains a re-written summary in simplified Latin of each chapter of book one of De Bello Gallico, followed by the actual chapter in Caesar's own words. This text…
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John Taylor's Caesar for Beginners. (Book I, The Helvetic War)

John Taylor's  Caesar for Beginners. (Book I, The Helvetic War)
The publishers to the new University College, London, in the mid 1800's embarked on a new series of Latin texts, following the plan outlined by the philosopher John…
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John Amos Comenius' 'Vestibulum to the Latin Language'.

John Amos Comenius' 'Vestibulum to the Latin Language'. 

This text is a pleasant introduction to the Latin language, and would also benefit more experienced students, who may have a very limited range of vocabulary.

The Vestibulum gives an essential foundation in the core root words of Latin, enough to begin to start to speak about some things, and to read a…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 5:59am — No Comments

Appleton and Jones' 'Puer Romanus'.

Appleton and Jones'  'Puer Romanus'.









Appleton's reader is suitable for a 21st century intermediate student of Latin, although even a beginner will benefit…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 5:58am — No Comments

Sanford and Scott's 'Junior Latin Reader'

Sanford and Scott's
'Junior Latin Reader' 


Sanford and Scott's reader would be accessible for a student who…
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Caesar - The British War ; Customs of the Gauls

Caesar - The British War ; Customs of the Gauls
This audiobook covers:
 Caesar's Bello Gallico
Book 4, chapters 20…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 5:57am — No Comments

Reynold s Latin Reader

Reynold s Latin Reader (Nature Study + Novella + Adapted Caesar) length: 4hrs 38 mins (Audio Books)



Reynold
 'Nature Study Reader…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 5:53am — No Comments

'A Child's First Latin Book'

W. Fenton's
 'A Child's First Latin Book' - Religious and Old Testament Themes


Fenton's reader is in the style promoted by the philosopher John Locke, and the printers to University College, London (John Taylor). The Latin is…
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Added by Molendinarius on February 16, 2012 at 5:52am — No Comments

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