A man who does not understand Latin is like one who walks through a beautiful region in a fog; his horizon is very close to him. He sees only the nearest things clearly, and a few steps away from him, the outlines of everything become indistinct or wholy lost. But the horizon of the Latin scholar extends far and wide through the centuries of modern history, Middle Ages and antiquity. (Arthur Schopenhauer)
Welcome to Latin 102!
Home is this page.
Syllabus gives the goals, requirements, and schedule of subjects for this course.
Assignments gives the day to day homework, readings, etc. for the class.
Internet Resources links helpful sites for Roman language and culture.
Review Materials contains a number of useful explanations and paradigms for those re-entering Latin
mylatinlabs takes you to the login page for this course (plus the student activities manual and other supporting materials).
UNCW is UNCW's home page.
CS Minor is the Classical Studies Minor (under construction)