29 scholarly editions have just been added to the Latin modules of Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO), bringing the total number of editions to over 980, with a staggering 490,000+ pages available to read.
These titles include The Fragmentary Latin Poets, the Oxford World's Classics translations of Cicero's Defence Speeches, and Political Speeches, and Damon's revised Oxford Classical Texts edition of Caesar's Bellum Civile. They add to the Latin Poetry, Prose, and History modules.
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Read alongside the Oxford World's Classics translation.
Blind in one eye, Hannibal struggles through the marshes of the River Arno...
Martial describes the aftermath of the eruption of Vesuvius.
"All lie sunk in flames and dismal ash. The gods themselves must have wished this was not in their power."
Monastic life is compared to "the industrious way of life of those ants" by Saint Jerome.
"Sicque cogitans aspicio formicarum gregem angusto calle feruere."
Don't forget, with all Latin modules you can read texts and translations side by side and look up words in the Oxford Latin Dictionary -- the leading Latin dictionary exclusive to OSEO. If you want to focus only on the Latin texts then you can access the classics wing through a convenient side door at www.oxfordscholarlyeditions.com/classics, which restricts all searches to the Latin content.