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Latin

Latin is offered at Campion College as part of the Diploma of Classical Languages.

Individuals who do not wish to enrol in a full course may enrol in single units as a Miscellaneous or Auditing student.

 

For those studying the Diploma, no previous study is assumed for beginners. In the introductory and intermediate units, students cover all the aspects of grammar and vocabulary that are required to enable them to read Classical texts in the original language in the advanced units. Authors include: Vergil, Cicero, Horace and Augustine.

Latin units on offer

INTRODUCTORY UNITS
LAN101: Classical Latin I
The unit introduces students to the grammatical concepts and categories of the Latin language. Click here for the unit outline.

LAN102: Classical Latin II
LAN102 is the continuation of LAN101. Students continue the study of Latin grammar and syntax, learning more complicated constructions. Click here for the unit outline.

 

INTERMEDIATE UNITS
LAN203: Classical Latin III
This unit consolidates and builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in previous units. Students study the more advanced constructions in Latin. Click here for the unit outline.

LAN204: Classical Latin IV
Students are guided to apply the knowledge acquired throughout the course in the reading of longer extracts from Latin authors of prose and verse. Click here for the unit outline.

 

ADVANCED UNITS
LAN301: Language and Culture in Late Republican Rome
This unit focuses on the Latin language within the context of the literary tradition of Ancient Rome, including texts of Sallust, Cicero and Catullus. Click here for the unit outline.

LAN302: Pagans and Christians from Augustus to Augustine
This unit explores the evolution of the Latin language through the reading and translation of texts from the Age of Augustus to Augustine. Click here for the unit outline. Click here for the unit outline.

LAN305: The Eternal City from Paganism to Christianity
In this unit students read texts which relate to the physical remains of the city of ancient Rome. When the unit is taught in Rome, there will be field excursions to relevant sites as well as instruction in the classroom. Click here for the unit outline.

Please note that units must be studied sequentially given prerequisite requirements.

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 LAN101LAN102
Pre req: LAN101
LAN203
Pre req: LAN102
LAN204
Pre req: LAN203
LAN301
Pre req: LAN204
LAN302
Pre req: LAN204

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