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Imperium Book 3 sees Hadrian move up the career ladder to the top position in the Roman world, while others continue to dispute his rise to power. This book places a firm emphasis on historical accuracy, as it brings his story to life.
Hadrian was a distinguished soldier and architect, whose buildings and designs still astound us today. His frontiers marked Roman territories clearly for the future world. In contrast, his later life was clouded by difficult relationships with his wife Sabina, Antinous, Servianus and others.
The linguistic content includes full tense systems in Latin; first the primary tenses and then historic ones. Participles and complex structures such as conditionals and indirect statement are saved until the end of the book.
In each chapter, a carefully selected set of poems by Martial is presented for students to translate and discuss. Martial is the ideal author for the twenty-first century, because most of these short-sharp poems remain funny today.
In addition to the books, the Imperium Latin Course is richly supported by a range of electronic materials, including the Imperium Word Tools App. See our website for further details, at www.imperiumlatin.com
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About the Author
Julian is active in the American Classical League and sits on the Computing Applications Committee for that body. He has served twice as a Council member for the Joint Association of Classical Teachers in the UK. Since 2003, he has been the UK partner in CIRCE, an EU Comenius project committed to providing resources to support Classics teachers across Europe. In this role he has directed many training courses for teachers from different European countries, showing them how to enhance their teaching programmes by use of the latest technology in the classroom.
You can find out more about Julian Morgan on his Author Page, at amazon.com/author/julianmorgan