Caesaris Augusti Res gestae ; et, Fragmenta

Caesaris Augusti Res gestae ; et, Fragmenta

eBook - 1990 | Latin
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The Res Gestae and Fragmenta by Caesar Augustus best exemplify the "pure" Latin of the Classical period. the sentences are clear and concise, with examples of almost every common phrase of Latin syntax. The material presented here in textbook form contains extensive annotation and commentary so that beginning Latin students will be able to read and comprehend the language with ease.
The Res Gestae, a public statement Augustus left at the time of his death, is an autobiographical sketch of the emperor's life and is considered to be the most important extant Latin inscription.
Herbert Benario's expanded notes, historical material, additional photographs, and assistance in translation make this revised volume useful and appropriate for the contemporary Latin student. A vocabulary section is included.

Publisher: Detroit : Wayne State University Press, 1990.
Edition: 2nd ed., rev. and enl.
ISBN: 9780814321386
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvii, 117 pages :) illustrations ;
Alternative Title: Res gestae.


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