College Vergil (AP readings) in print

This commentary includes all the selections on the College Board AP (Advanced Placement) syllabus for Vergil’s Aeneid in 63 Lessons. The latest pdf is available for free here, and the paperback is available on Amazon here.

  • Book 1: 1-209, 418-440, 494-578
  • Book 2: 40-56, 201-249, 268-297, 559-620
  • Book 4: 160-218, 259-361, 659-705
  • Book 6: 295-332, 384-425, 450-476, 847-899

Together College Caesar and College Vergil cover the entire AP Latin syllabus in 133 daily lessons.

Why choose this series over competing AP textbook series? 

  1. Free access to the pdf edition: Teachers can present the pdf in-class or virtually to support instruction and upload the pdf to a class website for student access. Students can access the pdf at home and in class.
  2. Lessons divided to promote pacing: Teachers can assign daily lessons to promote good pacing. Since each lesson is two pages long, students know precisely where a new assignment begins and ends. The 63 lessons in Vergil and 70 in Caesar allow teachers to complete the syllabus and still have time for regular testing, breaks, and review before the AP exam.
  3. No page flipping: Students have ready access to all non-core vocabulary and grammatical notes for each lesson without turning a page.
  4. Translation sheets are arranged by lesson to keep students organized: The text on the downloadable and printable translation sheets is identical in format to the text in each lesson, so students can take notes, stay organized, and never lose their place as their eyes between the commentary and translation sheets.
  5. Thin and portable: Students can fit each volume in the pocket of a binder.
  6. 7 x 10 inch size: Students can keep volumes open flat on desk as they work.
  7. Inexpensive: College Caesar and College Vergil cost $9.95 each.

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