A study group for those with intermediate Latin who want to read texts together. 

Join our Latin Reading Group to explore different Latin texts - ranging from poetry to prose, from classical to insular, and from the serious to the light-hearted. Texts will be circulated in advance, and attendees are encouraged to prepare before the evening. Help with grammar, vocabulary, and context will be provided. 

Texts for March are below. If you need them emailed please email us at [email protected]

Pyramus and Thisbe, the young lovers of Babylon, forbidden by their parents to marry or even associate, talk to each other through a chink in the wall of their adjacent houses; finally (84ff) they agree to meet by night at the tree by Ninus’ tomb outside the city wall. (55-92). It does not end happily . …….


When| Wednesday 20 March, 10 April  

Time| 7.30 - c.8.45pm

Tutor| Canon Martin and Kate Banister

Venue| Library, St Albans Cathedral (2nd floor Chapter House, enter through the Welcome Centre) 

Cost| £10 per session

You can book online here using the Book Now button below. If you wish to book over the phone you may do so by calling the Learning Administrator on 01727 890212 between 9.30am to 3.00pm Monday to Friday (term time only) or Box Office Monday to Sunday 01727 809290