This last of three volumes contains details about Pisces, Aries, Taurus, and Gemini, and features the myths of Typhon, The Golden Fleece, The Minotaur, as well as Castor & Pollux.
Volume III itself contains 62 cognates and 93 other words (excluding names, different forms of words, and meaning established in the text), and is over 3,000 total words in length. The vocabulary across all three volumes comes to 83 cognates and 117 other words. Including all Pisoverse texts, the total number of words written for the beginning Latin student is now just under 65,000 using a vocabulary of just over 800.
Many details in the first four sections of astrologia are repeated from volumes 1 & 2 to provide each reader with a basic understanding of the zodiac signs. sīgna zōdiaca Vol. 3 is available…
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2 thoughts on “sīgna zōdiaca Vol. 3: Published!”
This is a random comment from the internet, but I read your older article on your difficulties with learning how to read Greek and was wondering if you’ve ever heard of Gunther Zuntz, the German classicist and philologist? Well, the patrologist wrote an article on Zuntz’s Greek Grammar, calling it the greatest grammar book you never knew:
You might want to read that. Here’s pdf files for you to look at:
It’s considered the go-to resource for ancient Greek, after Italian Athenaze. Let me know if this is the answer to your prayers.
Well, thanks for passing along the resource, but it doesn’t address any of the issues I brought up in that post you mention. Feel free to continue any Greek discussion there: