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LATN 2001

Intermediate Latin I
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Translating continuous Latin passages through prose readings from the works of Julius Caesar and verse readings from the works of Catullus and/or Ovid. Course content will be balanced between prose and poetry. Systematic review of Latin grammar and syntax.

LATN 1002 or LATN 1002W or LATN 2060 or LATN 2060E
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