The Romans Speak for Themselves, Book I and II, consist of selections drawn from some of the greatest an dmost interesting roman authors. Book I contains 14 short, adapted readings designed to accompany any Latin program. Each passage is cross-referenced in the appropriate chapter in ECCE ROMANI. Book II provides eight passages drawn from Roman authors such as Seneca, Petronius, and Augustine. Each passage of cross-referenced in the appropropriate chapter of ECCE ROMANI.