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Based on F. Wheelock, An Introduction to Latin, Based on Ancient Authors (3rd Edition)

Latin

Beginning Latin

Professor Mark Damen, Ph.D.

Languages, Philospphy, & Speech Communication,
Utah State University

Course Structure: Hour long classes - four times a week

Image courtesy of Kaeru

Course Description

Latin is an ancient Indo-European language that was spoken in the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. The conquests of Rome spread the language throughout the Mediterranean and a large part of Europe. It existed in two forms: Classical Latin, used in poetry and formal prose, and Vulgar Latin, spoken by the people. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire and the rise of the Roman Catholic Church Latin became the ecclesiastical language of the Roman Catholic Church and the lingua franca of educated classes in the West. - Wikipedia

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