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Latin studies (Q6)

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HESA Subject Description CUG Subject
Latin studies (Q600) The study of Latin, its structure, history, grammar and use. May involve investigation into its relationship with modern day speech and language. May also involve the study of literature texts using the techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Classics & Ancient History
Latin language (Q610) The study of the history, grammar and use of Latin. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Classics & Ancient History
Church Latin (Q611) The study of the history, grammar and use of ecclesiastical Latin and how it differs from standard Latin. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Classics & Ancient History
Medieval Latin (Q612) The study of the history and grammar of vernacular Latin used in legal documents and how it differs from standard Latin. Includes acquisition and individual written forms. Classics & Ancient History
Latin literature (Q620) The study of literature originally written in Latin. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Classics & Ancient History
Latin literature in translation (Q630) The study of literature originally written in Latin and translated into English. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Classics & Ancient History
Latin studies not elsewhere classified (Q690) Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Latin studies categories. To be used sparingly. Classics & Ancient History