A unique tool for scholars and teachers, this translation and commentary, on facing pages with the original Latin, allows easy access to Servius' seminal work on one of the most widely-read books of the Aeneid: Book 4. -- Introduction on the life of Servius, the textual tradition -- Latin text of Vergil's Aeneid, Book 4, with Servius' commentary beneath it -- Facing-page translation of both Vergil and Servius -- Endnotes -- Bibliography -- Facsimile of the 1536 edition of Servius' commentary on Book 4
This well annotated Latin text combines four Aeneid texts previously offered by Bolchazy-Carducci and new content into one user-friendly volume. Containing 2596 lines this text makes the perfect introduction to Vergil’s Aeneid for college students or advanced high school classes. Offering all of Book 1 and selections from books 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, and 12, this edition lets students experience the full scope of the Aeneid. The text contains scholarly and grammatical notes, well-organized vocabulary, and appendices. Special Features Introduction to Vergil Pharr-style facing notes and vocabulary A pull-out vocabulary for high-frequency words Timeline Glossary Appendices on Meter and Figures of Speed Contains: 1.1–756 • 2.1–56; 199–297; 469–620; 735–805 • 4.1–449; 642–705 • 6.1–211; 295–332; 384–425; 450–476; 847–901 • 8.608–731 • 10.420–509 • 11.498–596; 664–835 • 12.791–842; 887–952 Online Grammatical Appendix Map of Aeneas’s travels
Author: Virgil, Frank Olin Copley, Maro Vergilius, Publius
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Library of Liberal Arts title.
Virgil: Aeneid IV
Publisher: A&C Black
In Book IV of Virgil's "Aeneid", one of the most studied books of that epic poem, Dido, queen of Carthage, is inflamed by love for Aeneas. The goddesses Juno and Venus plot to unite them, and their 'marriage' is consummated in a cave during a hunt. However, Jupiter sends Mercury to remind Aeneas of his duty, and the hero departs despite Dido's passionate pleas. At the end of the book, Dido commits suicide. This classic edition of the Latin text of Book IV replaces the long-serving edition by Gould and Whiteley, making this book more accessible to today's students and taking account of the most recent scholarship and critical approaches to Virgil. It includes a substantial introduction, annotation to explain language and content, and a comprehensive vocabulary.
To provide an authoritative Latin dictionary based on modern lexicographical principles.
This text--an updated and revised version of selected passages from Pharr's Vergil's Aeneid, Books I-VI--is designed for college and high school Advanced Placement* courses. It includes all the required Latin selections from Vergil's Aeneid for the 2012–2013 AP* Latin Curriculum.Aeneid unadapted Latin passages (923 lines): Book 1.1–209, 418– 440, 494–578; Book 2.40–56, 201–249, 268–297, 559–620; Book 4.160–218, 259– 361, 659–705; Book 6.295–332, 384–425, 450–476, 847–899 with same-page vocabulary and notes.
Author: Christine G. Perkell
This book is part of a series of individual volumes covering Books 1-6 of Vergil's Aeneid. Each book includes an introduction, notes, bibliography, commentary and glossary, and is edited by an Vergil scholar. This is Book Three in the series.
Vergil: Book 1
Author: Randall Toth Ganiban
Publisher: Focus Pub R Pullins & Company
This book is part of a series of individual volumes covering Books 1-6 of Vergil's Aeneid. Each book includes an introduction, notes, bibliography, commentary and glossary, and is edited by an Vergil scholar. This is Book One in the series.
This edition is part of a new series of commentaries on the Aeneid. Each volume is edited by a scholar of Roman epic and designed with the needs of today's college Latin students in mind. A two-volume edition of all books in the Aeneid will be derived from the series. This is Book Four in the series.
Northgate is in turmoil. Decaying, violent, and corrupt, it is a common enough city in 2051, yet soon, a discovery will echo from beneath the Moon's surface to set Northgate aflame.New arrival Michael Flynn is jobless and down to his last few dollars, but he still dreams of making a positive difference of his own. He has no family, no friends--save for the idolized freelancer known only as Diomedes--and tonight the apartment they share will burn to the ground.When Diomedes becomes his mentor in a search for the arsonist responsible, Michael will get the chance to realize his dreams. Joining them is Felix, a wise-cracking "information bounty hunter" who claims that neither the arsonist nor Diomedes are quite what they appear.Will Michael pass through the flames unscathed, or will urban violence incinerate all that he is? Those who search the Moon will be watching...
Author: Virgil, Peter Jones
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Provides all the help that an intermediate Latin learner will need to read the first two books of the Aeneid.
Vergil's Aeneid 10 & 12
Author: Barbara Weiden Boyd
Publisher: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
-- The Latin text for 10.420-509 and 12.791-842, 887-952 -- An introduction for each section -- Notes and vocabulary on same page -- Complete vocabulary in back