Shakespeare’s Henry V (a Latin Reader)

This is the third in a series of illustrate-it-yourself Latin readers that I created for our homeschool community, Sursum Corda. The first was The Geography of Narnia; the second was The Dogs of Sursum Corda (featuring community input describing their beloved canines!) This one uses mostly words from chapters one to three of our textbook (Familia Romana), and features the Shakespeare play we were reading as a school at the time. Apart from proper nouns and alternate forms, there are 77 unique words…with repetition and proper nouns, the total word count is 269!

Printable pdf: Shakespeare’s Henry V
note: print double-sided, “flip on short edge,” and then fold into a booklet

“Henry V Before Harfleur,” Thomas Robinson (printmaker) – Folger Shakespeare Library Digital Image Collection
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