Cloelia is only ten years old when she finds herself at the center of one of Roman history’s great turning points- the fall of the monarchy. Will she choose safety for herself, or risk losing everything she knows to save her city? Join Cloelia as she navigates the dangers and choices a Roman woman faces in a man’s world. Learn along with her from tales of courage, grief, and honor, including the stories of Camilla, Kallisto, Lucretia, Mucius Scaevola, and Horatius Cocles.
This book was written using forms of only 208 Latin words, roughly half of which are drawn from the Dickinson College Commentary Top 200 Latin Words list. It is intended as a transitional reader between an elementary sequence and authentic Latin literature, and with instructional support should be accessible to late elementary or intermediate students of Latin.
Resources for teachers
The teachers' guide is downloadable here.
More teacher resources (among which the above mentioned teachers' guide) can be found here.
|Year of publication:||2016|
|Number of pages:||42 (plus glossary)|