A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

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THE PALATINE:  HOME OF THE ARISTOCRACY.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara E. Clement.  Vol. i, p. 324.
  Walks in Rome.  Augustus J.C.  Hare.  Pp. 225, 249.

A HAUNTED HOUSE. 
  C. Pliny. Epist. 7, 27, 5-11.

ROMAN SLAVES

  “Is not a slave of the same stuff as you, his lord?  Does he not
  enjoy the same sun, breathe the same air, die, even as you do?  Then
  let your slave worship rather than dread you.  Scorn not any man.  The
  Universe is the common parent of us all.” 
    —­Seneca

THE ROMAN SLAVE.
  Gallus.  W.A.  Becker.  P. 200.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. ii, P. 530.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. ii.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  Chap. v.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 511.
  Ancient History.  Hutton Webster.  P. 596.

THE ROMAN SLAVE AS SEEN IN LITERATURE.
  Vergilius.  Irving Bacheller.  P. 38.
  A Friend of Caesar.  William Stearns Davis.  Chap. ii, pp. 33, 44.

TREATMENT OF SLAVES. 
  Cato:  On Agriculture.  Translation in Source Book of Roman
    History
.  Dana C. Munro.  P. 184. 
  Letter of Pliny the Younger.  Translation in Readings in Ancient
    History
.  Hutton Webster.  P. 245.

THE HOUSEHOLD SLAVE.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 513.
  Society in Rome under the Caesars.  William R. Inge.  P. 160.

SLAVES AS PHYSICIANS.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 526.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 71.

TRIMALCHIO’S COOK.
  Trimalchio’s Dinner.  Harry Thurston Peck.  P. 115.

SENECA’S OPINIONS UPON SLAVERY.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 259.

DIALOGUE.—­A Slave Owner and His Slaves.
  Readings in Ancient History.  Rome and the West.  William Stearns
    Davis.  P. 90.

ROMAN CHILDREN

 “Pueri mei sunt mea ornamenta.” 
    —­Cornelia

THE ROMAN CHILD.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 67.

HIS PETS AND GAMES.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 73.

HIS PLAYTHINGS.
  The Private Life of the Romans.  H.W.  Johnston.  P. 71.
  Second Latin Book.  Miller and Beeson.  Introduction.  P. 20.

A ROMAN BOY AS DESCRIBED BY PETRONIUS.
  Trimalchio’s Dinner.  Harry Thurston Peck.  P. 112.

CICERO’S SON.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  Chap. ii.

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