• In Latin III, students will learn advanced grammar. If Latin I and II covers the "nuts and bolts" of the language, Latin III is the course where students gain more fluent reading skills with a greater emphasis on reading authentic literature. Students will study Roman history in the first century AD and the proliferation of literature in the post-Augustan period. We read the Cambridge Latin Course textbook, as well as selections from a wide variety of Roman authors, including Caesar, Martial, Seneca and Vergil.