Publius Vergilius Maro con Virgil's Aeneid: Line by Line Latin + Vocabulary (SPQR Study Guides Book 27) (English Edition)
This edition of the Aeneid is different to every other one you will come across, for one simple reason: it was designed specifically as an e-book. Without the need to print a physical copy and its accompanying size restrictions, we were able to do something that no one has done before, which was to split all 10,000 lines of the Aeneid into individual lines of Latin text, then provide running vocabulary for every word.
As you might imagine, this does not provide an ideal reading experience for one wishing to enjoy the pleasure's of Virgil's Latin, but it was not designed to do so. Instead, this book is aimed at students, teachers and indeed any Latin lovers who want to deep dive into this epic work and parse fully every word. So, if you're the kind of Latin reader who looks for nouns and verbs and tries to guess the rest, this work will allow you perhaps for the first time to see the meaning of every word of every line of the Aeneid.
The structure of this e-book is straightforward: Virgil split the work into 12 individual books, each with under a thousand lines of poetry. To find a line you want, first choose the book, then choose the approximate line range – we've grouped them into tens so that you can find your way around without too much bother.
Each line is first given in Virgil's original Latin, then followed by running vocabulary: every word is shown as it appears in the text, then in its root form, then with its English translation.