Field Trip to the Capitol Building!
After a long two weeks wait, we were finally able to go to Richmond and see the Capitol Building! With a very informational tour and walk through the Capitol, we were able to better understand the influence classical architecture had on the planners of the U.S., like Thomas Jefferson. We also went to Maymont Park for free time to spend with friends! It was a fun way to expend some energy playing Frisbee, soccer, or just hiking around the park. On the way back to Andrews, we stopped for gelato at DeLuca Gelato and it was very delicious! Highly recommended!
When we got back we split into our projects. Everyone working on the play is excited to be able to present on Saturday! The rehearsals today went smoothly! Those in Nuntia made the last edits as the second edition is being printed tomorrow morning. Memoranda added the last pictures in preparation of Sunday. We are all sad that GLA is coming to an end, but we know we will be reunited with our families and other (non-GLA) friends so we are still happy.
7/13/2018 01:06:57 pm
FANTABULOUS pictures!!! I love seeing my baby girl and you all look like you had a blast! Cant wait to see you SY!!!!
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This blog will document the MMXVIII session of the Virginia Governor's Latin Academy. After elections are held, the aediles will be responsible for its upkeep.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Phone: (804) 496-1589
c/o Governor's Latin Academy
P.O. Box 5005
Ashland, VA 23005
Download these and use them to help with packing:
GLA Clothing Checklist
GLA Essentials Checklist
GLA School Supplies & Optional Checklist
Again, these are not required and I would only get one from each category, if any.
a. Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency
b. Cassell's Concise Latin-English, English-Latin Dictionary
c. Collins Latin Concise Dictionary
a. Athenaze, Book I
b. From Alpha to Omega
c. Alpha is for Anthropos
d. Pocket Oxford Classical Greek Dictionary
Daily Life Books
a. Everyday Life in Ancient Rome
b. Peoples of the Roman World
c. A Day in the Life of Ancient Rome
d. Daily Life in the Roman City
You will need Roman clothing for several of our activities. You might not always have much time between these events, so you might want to bring more than one outfit.
An Overview I & II
Simple Tunica, Stola, and Palla Patterns
Legio XX's Civilian Clothing
Another Simple Dress Pattern
Simple Tunic and Toga Patterns
Legio XX's Military Clothing
Officers of the Academy