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CL311 Petronius' Satyricon: Resources
TuTh 11.10-12.30

Prof. Michael Arnush Ladd 209 x5462
marnush@skidmore.edu Office hours: M 11.15-12.10 Th 1-2
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Resources
Classics Department
Skidmore College
Latin text Perseus version
Latin grammar Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges
Latin grammar Latin Grammar for Ciceronian oratory (D. Curley, Skidmore, 1999)
Tacitus and Suetonius Tacitus' Annales 13-16 and Suetonius' Nero
VRoma resources on Roman culture (Barbara McManus, Professor Emerita, College of New Rochelle, 2007)

"Rome: Republic to Empire": illustrated articles including

Pompeii Materials Resources from a course on Pompeii (2004)
Various Images Typical Pompeiian insula
Reconstructed Bath Nova. "Secrets of Lost Empires: Roman Bath" (reconstruction in Turkey)
Roman Bath, UK Interactive Exploration of Roman Bath in Bath, UK
Reconstructed novel Wikipedia summary of post-antique attempts to "complete" the Satyricon
Reconstructed Satyrica
A. Dalby, "The Satyrica Concluded," Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, 5 (2005) 62-70 (via JSTOR)
Plutarch Symposiacs (translation)