The stories in this book were translated by Arcadius Avellanus. They are ideal for intermediate and advanced learners of Latin and come with footnotes that explain the meaning and origin of unusual terms. The vivid and colorful language makes reading in Latin fun and gives the reader the opportunity to experience this ancient tongue as an everyday means of communication. The translator - Arcadius Avellanus - was the last native speaker of Latin and translated numerous other books into Latin such as INSULA THESAURARIA and PERICLA NAVARCHI MAGONIS. The stories in Fabulae Divales are: Aladdin's Lamp, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, The Water of Life, The Swans, and Little Cherry. Included are the original footnotes explaining the origin and meaning of many terms and the translator's thoughts
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