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BVT 601E - Latin

Course Objectives

BVT 601 E Latin (With Texts from the History of Science) will teach Latin based on the well-known textbook of Wheelock.
Every week there will be brief readings in the History of Science in the Medieval and Renaissance Periods

Course Description

BVT 601 E Latin (With Texts from the History of Science)

Friday 14:30 - 17:30

Latin Course for Historians of Science (adapted from Wheelock).

Week 1.
1.1. First and Second Conjugation Verbs: Indicative, Imperative, and Infinitive.
1.2. Cases; First Declension; Agreement of Adjectives.
1.3. Second Declension; Masculine Nouns and Adjectives.
1.A. Vocabulary.
1.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Nicholas Copernicus (1473-1543): De revolutionibus orbium celestium.

Week 2.
2.4. Neuters of the Second Declension; Summary of Adjectives; Present Indicative of Sum; Predicate Nouns and Adjectives.
2.5. First and Second Conjugations: Future Indicative Active; Adjectives of the First and Second Declension in -er.
2.6. Sum: Future and Imperfect Indicative; Possum: Present, Future, and Imperfect Indicative; Complementary Infinitive.
2.A. Vocabulary.
2.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Jan Swammerdam, Miraculum naturae sive uteri muliebris fabrica, 1672.

Week 3.
3.7. Third Declension: Nouns.
3.8. Third Conjugation (duco): Present Infinitive, Present and Future Indicative, Present Imperative Active.
3.9. Demonstrative Pronouns: Hic, Ille, Iste.
3.A. Vocabulary.
3.B. Parsing History of Science classics. William Harvey (1578-1657): De motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibus, 1628.

Week 4.
4.10. Fourth Conjugation and -io Verbs of the Third: Present and Future Indicative, Present Imperative and Active Infinitive.
4.11. Personal Pronouns Ego and Tu; Pronouns Is and Idem.
4.12. Perfect System Active of All Verbs; Principal Parts.
4.A. Vocabulary.
4.B. Andreas Vesalius (1514-64): De humani corporis fabrica, 1543.

Week 5.
5.13. Reflexive Pronouns and Possessives; the Intensive 'Ipse’.
5.14. I-Stem Nouns of the Third Declension; Ablative of Means, Manner, and Accompaniment.
5.15. The Imperfect Indicative Active; Ablative of Time.
5.A. Vocabulary.
5.B. Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727): Philosophia naturalis principia mathematica.

Week 6.
6.16. Adjectives of the Third Declension.
6.17. The Relative Pronoun.
6.18. The Passive Voice for the 1st and 2nd Conjugations in the Present System; Ablative of Agent.
6.A. Vocabulary.
6.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Georg Agricola, De re metallica, 1561.

Week 7.
7.19. Perfect Passive System of All Verbs; Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives.
7.20. Fourth Declension; Ablatives of Place from Which and Separation.
7.21. Third and Fourth Conjugations: Passive Voice of Indicative and Present Infinitive.
7.A. Vocabulary.
7.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Paracelsus, De peste, Strasbourg, 1574.

Week 8.
8.22. Fifth Declension; Summary of Ablatives.
8.23. Participles.
8.24. Ablative Absolute; Passive Periphrastic; The Dative of Agent.
8.A. Vocabulary.
8.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Nicolas Steno, De solido intra solidum naturaliter contento dissertationis prodromus, Florence, 1669.

Week 9.
9.25. All Infinitives Active and Passive; Indirect Statement.
9.26. Comparison of Adjectives; Declension of Comparatives.
9.27. Special and Irregular Comparison of Adjectives.
9.A. Vocabulary.
9.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Antony van Leeuwenhoek, Arcana naturae detecta, Delft, 1695.

Week 10.
10.28. Subjunctive: Present Active and Passive; Jussive; Purpose.
10.29. Imperfect Subjunctive; Present and Imperfect Subjunctive of Sum and Possum; The Result Clause.
10.30. Perfect and Pluperfect Subjunctive Active and Passive; Sequence of Tenses; Indirect Questions.
10.A. Vocabulary.
10.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Alessandro Volta, De vi attractiva ignis electrici, 1799.

Week 11.
11.31. Cum with the Subjunctive; Fero.
11.32. Adverbs: Formation and Comparison; Volo.
11.33. Conditions.
11.A. Vocabulary.
11.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Galileo Galilei, Sidereus nuncius, Frankfurt, 1610.

Week 12.
12.34. Deponent Verbs; Ablative with Special Deponents.
12.35. Dative With Special Verbs; Dative With Compounds.
12.36. Jussive noun clauses; Fio.
12.A. Vocabulary.
12.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Marcello Malpighi, Anatome plantarum, 1675.

Week 13.
13.37. Conjugation of Eo; Constructions of Place and Time.
13.38. Relative Clauses of Characteristic; Dative of reference.
13.39. Gerund and Gerundive.
13.A. Vocabulary.
13.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Carl Linnaeus, Systema naturae, Netherlands, 1735.

Week 14.
14.40. Numerals; Genitive of the Whole.
14.A. Vocabulary.
14.B. Parsing History of Science classics. Georges Fournier (1595–1652), Asiae nova descriptio, 1656.

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