This book is an intermediate reader designed for Latin students who have completed their initial review of grammar but desire additional practice of adapted prose before they read Caesar or Cicero.
The Latin passages in this book, starting with the flight of Aeneas and ending with the life of Cicero, have been available to Latin readers for over 100 years. This commentary enhances the Latin readings by adding all corresponding vocabulary and grammatical notes below on the same page.
If you click the link to Fabulae Ab Urbe Condita at the top of this page, you will find a free pdf copy of this commentary as well as a number of important ancillaries. These files will continue to be updated. And so, if you wish to use these files either privately or in a classroom, be sure to check back and download the most updated version.
The paperback is available on Amazon.com here for 8.95 USD.