Reading Classical Latin: Plautus and Sallust
12 - 14 June 2015
Madingley Hall, Cambridge
This weekend provides an opportunity to discover how the antics of a party-loving son, an angry father and a haunted house come together, in Plautus' comedy Mostellaria (line 301 onwards). Or you may prefer to read the concluding part of Sallust's version of Catiline's fiery conspiracy against Rome in his Catiline (chapter 21 onwards). As always, translating will be balanced by looking at the sound, the style and the language of the Latin.
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