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Henle Latin 4 Text


The history of Rome in Latin translation

Audience Grades 9–12; used in Classical Conversations communities in Challenge IV
Accessibility Challenging; most students will require help
Preparation High
Ease of use Fairly small size, so students will need to complete work and take notes separately. Henle teaches grammar and syntax in a separate 250-page Grammar manual, which is used throughout the program.
Page Count 616
Format Paperback
Publication Date 1959

General Description

Henle IV builds on the translation skills developed through two previous years of translating Cicero and Caesar and culminates in the study of Virgil—traditionally the climax of every Latin student’s studies. In addition to understanding Latin syntax, idioms, forms, and vocabulary, students are expected to synthesize all the ideas from the earlier texts and consider Christian humanism as seen in the ancients and the ancient Church.