Livia is the mother of Drusilla and Sextus. She wears dresses and prepares dinner like other Roman mothers, but she has a secret—she is well-spoken, likes wearing togas, and practices public speaking just like her brother, Gaius! Can she keep this secret from her family and friends?
Features 3 versions under one cover, based on Agrippīna: māter fortis.
- 44 - 86 unique words per version (excluding names, different forms of words, and meaning established within the text)
- total word count: 1850 to 3250 per version
- 113 pages of text (large font)
Information for teachers
Livia: mater eloquens works well with any Roman daily life unit (e.g. home, family, dress, food, etc.) in Latin class.The Pisoverse is written with sheltered (i.e. limited) vocabulary to provide more understandable reading material for the beginning Latin student.
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