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See Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

1001-2 Beginning Latin I–II (4-4) Staff
  Grammatical essentials of Latin, appropriate reading selections, development of English derivatives, introduction to Roman life and literature.
2001 Intermediate Latin (3) Staff
  Development of ability to read and understand Latin literature of moderate difficulty. Prerequisite: Latn 1001-2 or equivalent.
2002 Vergil’s Aeneid (3) Staff
  Significant passages of Vergil’s famous epic in Latin; reading and discussion of the entire poem in translation. Prerequisite: Latn 2001 or permission of instructor.
3001-2 Major Latin Authors (3-3) Staff
  Selections from one or two major authors will be read each semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Latn 2001, 2002; or permission of instructor.

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