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Lingua Latina: Colloquia Personarum Vocabulary (Latin Edition) by Hans H. Orberg
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Studio: Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.05" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Company
ISBN 1585100536 ISBN13 9781585100538
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More About Hans H. Orberg
Hans Henning Orberg (1920-2010) MA in English. French and Latin at the University of Copenhagen. 1946-52 and 1961-63 teacher at various Danish High Schools. 1953-1961 on the staff of The Nature Method Institute, Copenhagen. 1963-1988 teacher at Grenaa Gymnasium. Author of the Latin course Lingua Latina secundum naturae rationem explicata, first published 1955-56. New revised edition published 1990-91 under the title Lingua Latina per se illustrata, with a number of supplements. After his retirement he ran a publishing house called Domus Latina, which is now run by his children."
Hans H. Orberg was born in 1920 and died in 2010.
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Helpful little pamphlet Feb 27, 2010
Those people who decide to buy Colloquia Personarum, Hans Orberg's book of carefully graded stories to accompany Lingua Latina, Orberg's first year Latin text, may want to buy the Latin/English vocabulary pamphlet that goes with the stories. Without the 12 page pamphlet, the reader of the stories will need to know all the Latin words used in the stories or have a Latin dictionary handy. No Latin/English vocabulary is given at the end of the Colloquia book.
At first $2.00 seemed to be a high price to pay for a 12 page pamphlet, but now I am glad I bought it. The pamphlet is a fast and convenient way to check on the meaning of Latin words in the stories -- much faster than using a Latin/English dictionary.