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Unit 4

In this fourth and final book of the Cambridge Latin Course, we continue to ‘Hail Caesar’! Domitian has been Emperor of Rome for only two years but already fear and suspicion are rife among his imperial advisors, associates and opponents.

Under his rule, life is perilous. So enter into Domitian’s palace and the inner workings of his Council, join a Roman wedding ceremony, look at Roman law, relax in a country villa — but tread carefully and watch your back... Domitian is never far away!

Finally, we wrap up the course in Stages 41 – 48 by reading real Latin poetry and prose from a selection of famed Roman authors, as well as further exploring their culture.

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