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    • www.culturaclasica.com
    • ‘FABVLAE SYRAE’ Textos Mitológicos para la enseñanza del Latín.
      VIII Jornada de Cultura Clásica de Sagunt
    • HACE CUATRO SIGLOS:
      ScriptoresLatini
      adusumDelphini
    • HACE UN SIGLO:
      Ritchie’s
      FABULAE FACILES:
      A first Latin reader containing detached sentences and consecutive stories, with notes and a vocabulary (1905)
    • DECEM FABVLAE
      Puerispuellisqueagendae
      W. L. Paine & C. L. Mainwaring (1912)
      The plays are intended for the use of boys and girls in their first year of learning Latin on the Direct Method.
    • MÁS RECIENTEMENTE:
      LATIN VIA OVID
      A first Latin reader.
      Norma Goldman & Jacob E. Nenhuis(1977, 2ª ed. 1982)
      A Latin textbook with readings from Ovid's Metamorphoses.
    • LEARNING LATIN THROUGH MYTHOLOGY
      J.I. Hanlin & B. E. Lichtenstein (1991)
    • Y MÁS CONOCIDO:
      LINGVA LATINA PER SE ILLVSTRATA:
      FAMILIA ROMANA
      Hans H. Orberg
      (1991 hasta 2007. ed. color 2009)
      Curso de Latínbasado en el métodoinductivo-contextual.
    • POR FIN, LO ÚLTIMO:
    • QUE ENLAZA CON EL PRINCIPIO:
      FABVLAE ANTIQVAE
      Alice M. Croft (1918)
      These stories were written for use in the first year of pupils beginning Latin at the age of twelve to thirteen years.
      The stories were used on Direct method lines. Each story was read to the class and new words explained without the aid of English wherever possible.
      Many of the stores ill be found suitable for class-room plays.
    • ATALANTA
    • ORPHEVS ET EVRYDICE
    • PERSEVS ET ANDROMEDA
    • TEXTOS:
      (Alice Croft: FabulaeAntiquae)
      OVIDIO, Metamorfosis
      LIVIO, Ab urbe condita
      VALERIO MÁXIMO, Dichos y hechos memorables
      IMÁGENES:
      IohannWilhelm BAUR
      BellissimumOvidiiTheatrum
      seu: PulcherrimaeP. OvidiiNasonispoetaeadmodumingeniosihistoriae. Ex ejus libris XV. (1682)
      (http://www.uvm.edu/~hag/ovid/baur1703/index.html)