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Who's the Girl in the Corner?

Ovid composed the 'Amores' at the tender of age of 18 (the age of several of my students). This...
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Guilds in Roman London

Although Roman Londinium was almost certainly not a socio-economic powerhouse of the province of...
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Beginning Latin: Some Advice

For the A-Level/University level student starting out in Latin I heartily recommend Wheelock's...
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  • Who's the Girl in the Corner?

    T Blaukopf Latin Tutor (North West London) Picture Ovid composed the 'Amores' at the tender of age of 18 (the age of several of my students). This set of poems, originally 5 books, was cut down by Ovid himself into a more succinct 3 books. The title itself suggests an exploration of Love in the manner of Horace or Propertius... Not so for Ovid!...
  • Cambridge Latin Course

    Latin Tutor (Leicester) Picture I find that the Cambridge Latin Course makes learning Latin interesting for students. The stories are well-written and include an excellent variety of vocabulary and grammar points.
  • Beginning Latin: Some Advice Editor's Pick

    Latin Tutor (Cardiff) Picture For the A-Level/University level student starting out in Latin I heartily recommend Wheelock's Latin (6th edition). It is a fantastic compendium of knowledge, and chapters 1-40 take you gently from the very start of the language and continue to support your development as a Latinist right up to...

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  • Guilds in Roman London Editor's Pick

    Latin Tutor (North West London) Picture Although Roman Londinium was almost certainly not a socio-economic powerhouse of the province of Britannia, its economic and social conditions were sufficient for the development of numerous guilds.[1] The collegium (“guild, club, society, fraternity”[2]) existed in most towns and cities in the...