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A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 70 pages of information about A Handbook for Latin Clubs.

ROLL CALL.—­Gems of Latin Thought.
  Illustrated History of Ancient Literature.  John D. Quackenbos. 
    P. 425.

LATIN MOTTOES AND PROVERBS.
  Latin Lessons.  M.L.  Smith.  P. 212.

THE LITERATURE OF ROME.
  Society in Rome under the Caesars.  William Ralph Inge.  Chap. v. 
  Latin Literature.  Nelson G. McCrea. Classical Weekly.  Vol. v,
    p. 194.

CHILDREN IN ROMAN LITERATURE.
  Childhood in Literature and Art.  Horace E. Scudder.  Chap. ii,
    p. 6.

THE CALENDAR. 
  How the Roman Spent his Year.  William F. Allen. Lippincott’s
    Magazine
.  Vol. xxxiii, p. 447.
  The Ancient City.  Fustel De Coulanges.  P. 212.

MUSIC IN ANCIENT ROME.
  Society in Rome under the Caesars.  William Ralph Inge.  Chap. v.

ROMAN FOLK-LORE.
  Second Latin Book.  Miller and Beeson.  P. 52.

ODE TO APOLLO.
  Complete Poetical Works.  Keats.  P. 7.

SOME FAMOUS WOMEN OF ANCIENT ROME

  “A marked feature of the Roman character, a peculiarity which at
  once strikes the student of their history as compared with that of
  the Greeks was their great respect for the home and the mater
  familias
.” 
    —­Eugene Hecker

THE ROMAN MATRON.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  Chap. vii.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 482.

THE WOMEN OF CICERO’S TIME.
  Social Life at Rome in the Age of Cicero.  W. Warde Fowler. 
    P. 150.
  A Friend of Caesar.  William Stearns Davis.  Chap. vi, p. 104.

THE WOMEN OF ULYSSES’ TIME. 
  Mischievous Philanthropy.  Simon Newcomb. Forum.  Vol. i, p. 348.

THE ROMAN WOMAN AS DESCRIBED BY JUVENAL.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 537.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 247.

POEM.—­Venus and Vulcan.
  Poetical Works.  John G. Saxe.  P. 238.

LOLLIA PAULINA, A WOMAN OF WEALTH AND MISFORTUNE.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 104.

LIVIA, THE POLITICIAN.
  The Women of the Caesars.  Guglielmo Ferrero.  Chap. ii.

THE VESTAL VIRGINS.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. i, p. 3.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 135.
  A Friend of Caesar.  William Stearns Davis.  Chap. iii, p. 37.

JULIA, AUGUSTUS’ DAUGHTER.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  P. 133.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 81.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 547.
  The Women of the Caesars.  Guglielmo Ferrero.  Chap. ii.

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