- Review of everything here. Please prepare a handout (there xxii students in our class) or be prepared to present whatever grammatical topic you’ve been assigned.
- Exam is May 10, 9am; the format will be grammar (everything covered from January to now; no notes allowed) and translation (prepared and sight; notes allowed). The grammar you need to know is listed here.
- From the New Testament, John via Perseus. We read John: 1-9 in class; try to read 10 – 19.
- More Greek New Testament: GreekNewTestament.com (with Latin Vulgate and English translations) — New Testament (just the Greek text)
- Review of everything here.
- Exam is May 14, 9am; the format will be grammar (everything covered from January to now; no notes allowed) and translation (prepared and sight; notes allowed). The grammar you need to know is listed here.
History of Rome
- Final presentations: To be given on the last day of class, May 3, Friday or on April 30, Friday — please email me for details. If your name is not on the list, I am taking this to mean you are writing a paper!
Tiberius — Sushi
Caligula — Aaron
Nero — Marcus
Titus — Jayee
Hadrian – Maria
Marcus Aurelius — Roger
Septimius Severus — Marvin
Philip the Arab — Ami
Constantine — Ryan M
- Final exam format: You will be asked to write an essay on the topic of ‘how and why did the Roman Republic change into the Roman Empire?’ Open book/open notes; May 10, Thursday, 12 noon.
- Timeline of Roman history. This timeline is very detailed but a bit ‘denser’ in format.
- Livius site — see especially sections on caesar, consul, senator.
- Translate Plato’s Apology of Socrates