Latin 1: Foundations

Who were the Romans? What did they say about the world? And how did they say it? Latin 100 provides beginning students, who have not

Latin 2: Foundations 2

Designed for students with previous exposure to Latin, whose primary goals are Latin reading comprehension, ancient history, mythology, and the legacy of Latin in English.

Latin 3: Intro to Latin Lit.

A continuation of Latin 200, Latin 300 likewise takes a reading-based, immersive approach to Latin vocabulary, morphology, and syntax, using Hans Ørberg’s Lingua Latina per

Latin 7 Honors

Latin 699 is reserved for the most advanced students in the Latin curriculum. The syllabus will be determined by the students in consultation with the

Latin 6 Honors

The Latin 6 seminar, conducted in English, is a special topics course, designed for advanced students in the Latin curriculum who have completed Latin 5.

Latin 2H: Foundations 2H

After a solid foundation in Latin vocabulary and morphology, Latin 209 will cover the remainder of Latin grammar during the Fall Term. English is the

Latin 4: Vergil’s Aeneid

This is an advanced literature seminar, conducted in English, offering a rigorous study of Vergil’s Aeneid and exploring Rome’s place in the history of western

Latin 5 Hon.: Survey of Latin Lit

Latin 5 Honors: Survey of Latin Literature This two-term, advanced seminar, conducted in English, is a survey of Latin literature from the comedies of the