Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 41
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
in literary appreciation in English or other tongues. Written
reports are required.
343.-New Testament. Mark is made the basis of the course.
John read as parallel. Some reading in Luke. Composition each
week. Text: Westcott and Hort; Robinson, A Short Grammar of
the Greek New Testament. Thayer's lexicon and reference to
353.-New Testament. Two of the minor epistles carefully
studied. Matthew read as parallel. Texts: same as Greek 343.
363.-New Testament. The book of Hebrews is read carefully.
Luke read as parallel. The Expositor's Greek Testament
and the Cambridge text used, in addition to Burton's Moods and
115.-Beginner's Latin. Careful study of word forms, intensive
drills in declensions and conjugations, reading of easy
sentences, English to Latin and Latin to English. Text: First
Latin Lessons, Scott.
125.-The fundamentals are thoroughly studied. A large
amount of reading in mythological and historical stories of Roman
history. Prerequisite Latin 115 or its equivalent. Text:
Junior Latin Reader, Sanford and Scott.
135.-Syntax and Reading. A continuation of Latin 125,
but independent credit given. Prerequisite Latin 125 or equivalent.
Text: Junior Latin Reader, Sanford and Scott.
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.-Cicero's Orations. Translation supplemented by a
study of the political conditions of that time. Latin composition.
225.-Cicero's selected Letters or Essays. The Letters are
read mainly for their value in showing the political conditions
and the relationships to the closing years of the Republic.
235.-Virgil's Aeneid. Books I to 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
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