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Latin Language & Literature (Intermediate)

CX 101, 201, 301

depending on year of study.

The first class is on Thursday 4th October at 12 in H2.03. Here is a list of vocabulary from last year - please look at it and begin to get it back.

This year, there are three classes of one hour each week:

days and times to be confirmed.


This module builds upon Latin Language CX115 module and gives the opportunity to read significant passages of original authors. Students need to have a sound basis to enrol on the module: second year students will need to have completed the Latin Language module in a satisfactory manner with a minimum of 70% overall.

This module is also studied by first year undergraduates on the Classical Civilisation or Ancient History courses who have studied Latin at A level but did not achieve the A grade necessary for Latin Literary Texts. Anyone else who is interested should discuss their position with the module tutor.


There will be three hours of classes each week throughout term 1 and term 2 and for the first 3 weeks of term 3.


Attendance is required at all classes, unless there is a very good reason you cannot attend. If you have appointment you cannot miss, please discuss this in advance. If you are ill, you should email as soon as possible (preferably in advance) giving an indication of why you could not be expected to attend. In the absence of any such email, attendance will be noted as unauthorised in the register. Our experience is that regular attendance is the single most important factor for success on this module.
In the event that you have to miss classes for more than one week due to illness, university regulations require you to submit a medical certificate from your GP or similar to the departmental office.
More importantly, you should be in email contact with the module tutor and your personal tutor since it is easy to fall behind in such a situation and catching up becomes progressively harder.

Office hours

Office Hours are an important part of the module, offering students the opportunity to sort out areas of uncertainty as the module progresses.

This module runs each year. Module convenor: Mr Clive Letchford.