Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1919-1920 Page: 51 of 84
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333. The Iliad.
The class studies either the first three books or a large part of
these with other selections. The Homeric age is considered. Attention
is given to special forms and to scansion.
342. Later Greek Literature.
On special solicitation of the class this term may be devoted to
readings in Greek comedy and tragedy. Ordinarily, however, this
term will be used in reading later Greek authors to get acquainted
with Hellenistic Greek. With these will be included reading from
two or more books of the septuagint and from the Apocalypse of
John. The main purpose is to show the later forms of the Greek language
and thus to prepare for the best work in the seminary courses
(see Bible Department, New Testament Interpretation).
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1it. irgil's Aeneid. Books II-IV or an equivalent number of
books. In this course the prosody of dactylic hexameter, the poet's
language and style, and classical mythology will be studied. Text:
12(3 Livy. Book I and selections from Books XXI and XXII, or
from Pliny's Letters. A study of Roman life in the early empire.
133. Latin Prose Composition. All students who elect Latin
115 and 125 are strongly urged to take this course.
142. Roman Life. A study of the public and private life of the
Romans and of their institutions and customs. This course is open to
students regardless of their knowledge of Latin. It is valuable to
students of history.
215. Horace's Odes and Epodes. Study of versification and prosody
of lyric poems.
225. Roman Religion. The history of the antiquities of religion
of the Romans. In addition to the native elements of the religion the
Greek and Oriental cults will be considered in so far as they were
introduced into Roman life. This course is of value to students of
315. Cicero's Selected Letters or Essays. The Letters are to be
read mainly for their value in showing the political conditions and
the relationship to the closing years of the Republic. Prerequisite,
courses 115, 125, and 215.
325. Virgil. Study in Books VI-XII or the Georgics. Prerequisite,
courses 115, 125, and 215.
SE SSION OFi 1919-'20
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