The Bantam New College Latin & English Dictionary

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Bantam, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 706 pages
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With unique features for maximum clarity and convenience, this newly expanded edition of a respected classic offers students, teachers, and scholars alike an updated reference to the Latin language--both written and oral--that is unsurpassed in affordability, dependability, and ease of use. Original.
 

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User Review  - varwenea - LibraryThing

This is the only remnant from my 3 years of high school Latin, back when I thought A) I was going to be a doctor, and B) I can improve my vocabulary by learning Latin. A didn’t happen when I realized ... Read full review

A great, but not perfect, resource

User Review  - JonnyO from ChicagO - Borders

I bought this dictionary as a replacement to my Oxford Pocket Latin dictionary and am very impressed. Conjugations/declensions are summarized well in the first eighth of the book and definitions ... Read full review

Contents

Verbs
20
Roman Numerals
34
English to Latin
456
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About the author (2007)

John Traupman is an Emeritus Professor of Classics at St. Joseph's University. He is also belong to the Latinteach list, which allows him to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field and also keeps him up-to-date and the needs of teachers and students.

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