Category: Foreign Language: Latin
Copyright/published Year: by Memoria Press
Between 382 and 405 A.D., St. Jerome translated the Bible into ì Latin from the original languages. His goal was an accurate and ì simple translation. The result was the Latin Vulgate, a version ì of the Bible that could be read and understood by those who knew ì "common Latin," spoken by the people of the time. Because of ì this, the Latin of the Vulgate provides excellent translation ì practice for beginning Latin students.
Lingua Biblica: Old Testament Stories in Latin is an ì exciting new supplementary translation program based on the ì Vulgate that provides a sampling of Bible story translations and ì exercises that will fortify any student's knowledge of Latin ì vocabulary and grammar. A great companion to the Henle series ì texts, each lesson includes three levels of study. Level I ì includes the easiest sentence translations, Level II includes ì more advanced sentence translations, and Level III includes the ì entire translation with advanced exercises. So, Lingua ì Biblica can be used as a translation program for any level of ì Latin study.
Based on a high school text used in the 1920's, this program, ì which includes a Student Book and Teacher Book (answer key), ì covers the Creation of the World, the Flood, the Story of Joseph, ì the Crossing of the Red Sea, the Fall of Jericho, and David and ì Goliath. Lingua Biblica can be adapted for use by students ì in any Latin program.
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