Reading the Aeneid
A workshop reading and discussing the texts from 'The Song of Arms and a Man'
at Gloucester Cathedral
Saturday and Sunday, 18th and 19th August 2018
For students of the Aeneid or people with a curiosity to learn more about it (and already know some Latin) this weekend offers you the chance to look at the poem as a whole. People who attend The Song of Arms and a Man at The Ivor Gurney Hall in Gloucester on 9th June will already have heard the texts we will be reading.
Enrolment is £95 for this weekend course, or only £80 if you have paid to attend The Song of Arms and a Man on 9th June (from which you will already have the translations and more).
If you enrol on this course, a ticket to The Song of Arms and a Man is free, while places remain
To book: print and complete the form below:
A PDF of the course materials will be emailed a few days before the course. If you want a printed version (£10), please indicate this in your enrolment form.
Date: Saturday and Sunday
18th and 19th August 2018
Start/finish: 10.00am - 4.30pm
Course fee: £95 / £80 (see above)
The Venue: The Parliament Suite, Gloucester Cathedral
Contact the course presenter:
Tel: 01452 731113
What beginners have said about previous courses
"The teaching was superb." .... "Actually hearing the language spoken seemed to bring it to life." .... "Thank you so much for a happy Latin day. It was so inspiring, and as well as the language, full of amazing history, biographies, fun and humour." .... "I had long been interested in the way Latin was used in the English language and in the root of words." ..... " I was a compete beginner. The course was exactly what I hoped for and needed."