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Ancient Romans Year High School Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the greatest ancient Romans, beginning with Virgil, which are foundational to classical and Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied ). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Virgil, Livy, Plutarch, Julius Caesar, Cicero, Tacitus, Lucretius, Epictitus, Marcus Aurelius, Ptolemy, Galen, Plotinus, Moses [the last author from an earlier age, influenced Roman civilization in this period]), the Evangelists Matthew and John, Augustine, Boethius, Muhammed, Bede, Tennyson, Al-Makrisi, a’Kempis and Dante.

Ancient Romans Year College Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the greatest ancient Romans, beginning with Virgil, which are foundational to classical and Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied ). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Virgil, Livy, Plutarch, Julius Caesar, Cicero, Tacitus, Lucretius, Epictitus, Marcus Aurelius, Ptolemy, Galen, Plotinus, Moses [the last author from an earlier age, influenced Roman civilization in this period]), the Evangelists Matthew and John, Augustine, Boethius, Muhammed, Bede, Tennyson, Al-Makrisi, a’Kempis and Dante.

Ancient Romans Year Associate's Degree Track

Course Objective: To familiarize students with the great ideas contained in the original works written by the greatest ancient Romans, beginning with Virgil, which are foundational to classical and Western civilization (see course syllabus for specific titles studied ). Authors of the works studied this semester include: Virgil, Livy, Plutarch, Julius Caesar, Cicero, Tacitus, Lucretius, Epictitus, Marcus Aurelius, Ptolemy, Galen, Plotinus, Moses [the last author from an earlier age, influenced Roman civilization in this period]), the Evangelists Matthew and John, Augustine, Boethius, Muhammed, Bede, Tennyson, Al-Makrisi, a’Kempis and Dante.

ANCIENT ROMAN YEAR: Study Guide for the First Semester Ancient Roman Year
Price: $49.95

Highly recommended for use during our Great Books Program.
ANCIENT ROMAN YEAR: Study Guide for the Second Semester Ancient Roman Year
Price: $49.95

Highly recommended for use during our Great Books Program.
   
 
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