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Regulation on supplementary exams in Latin, Greek, Hebrew

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Exam requirements

(1) In the examination for the acquisition of the small Latinum, applicants must prove that they have an adequate knowledge of elementary grammar, vocabulary and Roman history so that they can read original Latin texts in the linguistic level of difficulty of the initial reading - based on Authors like Caesar and Nepos - understand and translate.

(2) In the examination for the acquisition of the Latinum within the meaning of the agreement of the Conference of Ministers of Education "on the Latinum and the Graecum" of September 22, 2005, the applicants must prove that they have an adequate knowledge of elementary grammar, vocabulary and in the field of Roman politics, history, philosophy and literature, so that they can understand and translate original Latin texts in the linguistic degree of difficulty in terms of content - based on authors such as Cicero, Sallust, Livius.

(3) In the examination for the acquisition of the Grand Latinum, applicants must prove that they have an adequate knowledge of elementary grammar, vocabulary and the areas of Roman politics, history, philosophy and literature so that they can read original Latin texts be able to understand and translate passages with more demanding content - related to Tacitus or Livius, Cicero or comparable authors and to the work of at least one of the poets Horace, Ovid, Virgil - in the linguistic degree of difficulty. The text of the written or oral examination should therefore consist of an appropriate part of verse; otherwise, poetry must be taken into account in the oral examination.

(4) In the examination for the acquisition of the Graecum, applicants must prove that they have an adequate knowledge of elementary grammar, vocabulary and the field of Greek politics, history, philosophy and literature so that they can read original Greek texts in be able to understand and translate the linguistic level of difficulty of content-wise challenging Plato passages. The text of the written or oral examination should therefore consist of an appropriate part of verse; otherwise, poetry must be taken into account in the oral examination.

(5) In the Hebraicum examination, applicants must prove that they have an adequate knowledge of elementary Hebrew grammar, vocabulary and the history of the Old Testament so that they can use the original texts of the Hebrew Bible in the linguistic Ability to understand and translate the level of difficulty of the initial reading - based on historical writings of the Old Testament in dotted text.