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type Undergraduate
URL http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/a276
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Resource <div><p>You'll be provided with three printed module books, each covering one block of study, along with a Readings and Resources Book, and a Language Reference Book. You'll have access to a module website, which includes:</p><ul><li>a week-by-week study planner</li><li>module materials, including online versions of the printed books</li><li>audio materials, from interviews with experts in the field to audio versions of the Latin texts that you'll be reading</li><li>innovative interactive online resources designed to support your language learning, including vocabulary and grammar tests and quizzes</li><li>a Story Explorer to help you navigate the texts that you'll translate</li><li>assessment guide</li><li>access to online tutorials and forums.</li></ul></div>
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abstract This module introduces you to the literature, culture, and language of the ancient Roman world. You will read texts in translation, alongside study of the Latin language.
ID A276
  • A276
  • http://www.open.ac.uk/courses/modules/a276
title Classical Latin: the language of ancient Rome
description <div>This module combines a beginners' course in Latin with the study of Roman culture and literature in translation. You'll learn the core principles of the language, reading texts adapted from Livy, and supported by specially designed online resources. Alongside the language, you'll explore a range of Latin texts in translation (including Livy, Virgil, Ovid, and Horace) from literary, cultural, and historical angles. The module focuses on the theme of 'Roman identity and exemplarity', considering Augustan culture's preoccupation with identity, Rome's origins, and exemplary stories from the past. You will also have the opportunity to reflect upon how translation affects our interpretation of ancient literature and culture.</div>

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