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Coloring Pages for Women Latinists

Want to teach about women Latinists, but don't know if you have enough curriculum materials to support you in this work?  

I have illustrated these coloring pages of women Latinists across over 2,000 years of herstory.  

Use them as discussion prompts, pre-reading activities, and more!

Requested donation: $2/£1.50/€1.70 per image

Thank you!

Sulpicia.pdf

SULPICIA

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"Dulcius urbe,
quid est?"

Sulpicia (1st c. BCE) was from a wealthy family and connected to a famous literary circle in Rome.

Sulpicia.pdf
Sulpicia Coloring.pdf
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"vale soror
anima mea"

Claudia (1st c. CE) lived on the frontier of Brittania in a Roman fort called Vindolanda.  

Claudia Severa.pdf

CLAUDIA SEVERA

EGERIA

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Egeria (4th c.) was a nun who traveled to the Holy Land and wrote a travelogue of her experiences, the Peregrinatio Egeriae.

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Egeria.pdf

PERPETUA

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Vibia Perpetua (2nd c. CE) was a Christian saint who was martyred in Carthage, in Northern Africa.

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Perpetua.pdf
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Faltonia Proba (4th c.)

wrote a Christian

version of Virgil's Aeneid.

Proba.pdf
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 Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)

was a nun, scientist, and mystic.

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Hildegard.pdf

FALTONIA PROBA

HILDEGARD

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