The main books of Imperium Latin
There are five main books in the Imperium Latin Course, all of which are mentioned here. Of these, the first three mentioned are the actual course books.
Please click on the short texts which follow to see a few more details and samples from the books.
Book 1: Graeculus
Hadrian grows up as a child in Spain and Rome. Click here to find out more and view some samples.
Book 2: Romanus
Hadrian and his guardian Trajan form a close relationship as Domitian's reign progresses. Hadrian follows his education in Rome. Click here to find out more and view some samples.
Book 3: Princeps
Hadrian moves through his early career as Trajan's right man, in campaigns against the Dacians. His marriage to Sabina is arranged and eventually, feeling slighted in Rome, he arrives in Athens, where he becomes Eponymous Archon. Consideration is given to his achievements in architecture and imperial consolidation. Antinous is discussed, as are other matters in Hadrian's rather difficult later life. Historical accuracy is one of the most abiding constants in the writing of this Latin course. Click here to find out more and view some samples.
Grammar and Syntax Guide
This Grammar and Syntax Guide is aimed at a wide audience: it should serve any student of Latin, not just those who have used the Imperium Course. Click here to find out more and view some samples.
Imperium Latin Puzzles
This course-specific book of puzzles has been created for those of you who enjoy a mental challenge, as well as those looking for appropriate prizes or small gifts for Latin students. Click here to find out more and view some samples.
The Imperium Latin Omnibus Edition contains all of Books 1, 2 and 3 in their entirety and is available exclusively as an electronic book from the iBooks Store. Click here to find out more and view some samples.