4 credits (Fall) The poetry of Lucretius and some of the essays of Cicero will be studied for the ways in which they present Greek ideas to a Roman audience, on the subjects of nature, religion, politics, and the goals of life.
Prerequisite:LAT 222 or LAT 225, and HUM 101. Note: Plus-2 option available. Not offered every year. Instructor: J. Cummins