A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

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CAIUS VERRES, THE GRAFTER.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. ix.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  Chap. iv.

POMPEY, FORTUNE’S FAVORITE.
  A Friend of Caesar.  William Stearns Davis.  Chap. vi, p. 102.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  Chap. ix.
  Great Captains:  Caesar.  Theodore A. Dodge.  Chap. ii.

MAECENAS, THE GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE.
  Rome of To-day and Yesterday.  John Dennie.  P. 161.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 177.

POEM.—­Perdidi Diem.
  Poetical Works.  Mrs. Sigourney.  P. 32.

CATILINE, THE CONSPIRATOR.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  P. 135.
  Harper’s Dictionary of Ancient Literature and Antiquities.  Harry
    Thurston Peck.  P. 296.

CATO, THE UPRIGHT.
  A History of Roman Literature.  Charles Thomas Cruttwell.  P. 95.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, p. 525.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 97.
  Great Captains:  Caesar.  Theodore A. Dodge.  Chap. xii.

PLINY THE ELDER AS DESCRIBED BY PLINY THE YOUNGER.
  A History of Roman Literature.  Charles Thomas Cruttwell.  P. 403.

PLINY THE YOUNGER AT HOME.
  Peeps at Many Lands.  Italy.  John Finnemore.  Chap. iii.
  Society in Rome under the Caesars.  William Ralph Inge.  Chap. v.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 279.

A ROMAN BANQUET

  “None of my friends shall in his cups talk treason.” 
     —­Martial

ROMAN COOKERY. 
  The Old Romans at Home.  Benson J. Lossing. Harper’s Magazine
    Vol. xlvi, p. 66.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  Chap. viii.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 501.

THE MEALS AND MENUS.
  Gallus.  W.A.  Becker.  P. 451.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, pp. 523,
    533.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner. p. 501.

THE USE OF ICED WATER.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 185.

MARTIAL’S PREPARATION FOR A BANQUET.
  The Epigrams of Martial.  Book x:  xlviii.

ENTERTAINMENTS AT BANQUETS. 
  Letter of Pliny the Younger.  Translation in Readings in Ancient
    History
.  Hutton Webster.  P. 247.

TO THEOPOMPUS, A HANDSOME YOUTH BECOME A COOK.
  The Epigrams of Martial.  Book x:  lxvi.

DIDO’S BANQUET.
  The Aeneid.  Vergil.  Book i, 695-756.

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