Friday, June 10, 2011
Jacobs & Doring: The Latin Reader: Volume 2
The Latin Reader: Volume 2 by Friedrich Jacobs and Frederic William Doring, edited by George Bancroft (1828)
The books contains fables from Phaedrus, followed by short narrations (adapted from Cicero and Livy), and then Outlines of the History of the World (selected from Justin and Nepos), beginning with the kings of the Medes and the Persian, the history of Athens, the Macedonian Empire, the Parthians, Sicily and Spain. There is no vocabulary.