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There are no ballads from the ancient Romans. An Englishman, Thomas Babington Macaulay, thought they must have existed and served as source materials. Written by Macaulay, and published in 1842, The Lays of Ancient Rome (of which Horatius is the most famous) celebrate famous events in Roman history, written in a style and meter that would be appropriate for the ancient Romans.
Definitions of words used in the poem Explanations of phrases Identification of persons in the context of the poem Location of place names through the use of maps Reading questions Summarizations of individual verses that have a common thread Research of poem references 76 pages, softcover.
Horatius at the Bridge has been a staple of classical education for over a century. This text includes the full ballad, Horatious at the Bridge, plus a complete student guide with exercises, maps, history, and test.
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