Collection of 28 stories based on Rūfus et arma ātra, each new story being on a slightly higher level than the former. The stories add details to certain characters and events from Rufus et arma atra, but there’s also additional, new cultural information about Rome, and gladiators.
- 49 - 104 unique words per story(excluding names, different forms of words, and meaning established within the text)
- 73 pages of text (large font)
Information for teachers
This collection of stories was intended to replace a workbook, supplying each student with their own source of additional input to reinforce the vocabulary in each chapter of Rufus et arma atra. Reading each chapter expansion, however, exposes students to far more words than in the original novella. As such, this text has proven to be more useful as a Free Voluntary Reading (FVR) option for all Latin students, and not necessarily as a workbook tied to Rufus et arma atra, specifically.
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