This book contains more than 260 new complementary exercises about Latin grammar (morphology and syntax).It also covers points of grammar that are not, or are not completely, dealt with in the Exercitia Latina I (e. g. the sequence of tenses, the accusative and infinitive, the ablative absolute).
Features include: – every word, cover to cover, is in Latin, with vowel lengths marked; – exercises on morphology and syntax, of various kinds: fill-in, transformation, matching, find-the-mistake, and so on; – exercises on verb paradigms; – useful grammar notes alongside the exercises; – a rich grammar index, at the end of the book, helping teachers to find the appropriate exercises; – a very clear graphic presentation.
The Epitome historiae sacrae is a reader entirely in Latin (with vowel lengths marked).
This book includes 209 readings from the Bible, originally collected by the French priest and latinist Charles-François Lhomond (1727-1794).
There are also a lot of engaging exercises on morphology, syntax and vocabulary, of various kinds: fill-in, transformation, matching, crosswords, find-the-mistake, and so on.
Features include: – a summary of the major biblical stories, and all of Jesus’s life; – approximately 16,000 Latin words in length; – more than 1,300 new vocabulary words (for the reader who has finished Familia Romana, the first volume of ‘Lingua Latina per se illustrata’); – beautiful illustrations by Gustave Doré; – appendices of historical maps, glossary of names, time tables.
Humanitatem induere, feritatem deponere. L’Umanesimo italiano e i suoi ideali pedagogici: Pier Paolo Vergerio e Leonardo Bruni, by Roberto Carfagni
A dissertation (in Italian) about the ideals and educational practice of the Italian humanists of the 15th century, and particularly of Peter Paul Vergerio – whose De ingenuis moribus et liberalibus adulescentiae studiis is the first pedagogical treatise of Renaissance – and Leonard Bruni – whose De studiis et litteris is the first book to deal with the issue of women education.
Helgus Nikitinskij: verbi artifex, vir, amicus, by Tommaso Francesco Bórri
A speech held by our friend Tommaso on the 7th of December, 2016, in Moscow, at the Lomonòsov University, during a conference in commemoration of Oleg Nikitinskij, an unforgettable humanist and classical philologist who had died prematurely in 2015.