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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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Cambridge Latin Course

I find that the Cambridge Latin Course makes learning Latin interesting for students. The...
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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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  • Who's the Girl in the Corner?

    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!...
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    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...

 

  • 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...