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Magistra's web page for her students at South High School,
tempestas Latine Vicipaedia Google Latine Nuntii Latini
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Why study Latin? Links to other people's videos and articles. Also, by popular demand, the Life of Brian clip in which Brian gets a Latin lesson from a Roman centurion: Romans, go home! Ok, there's a tiny bit of inappropriateness in this one.
South Latin students: Click here for Latin auxilia (help; aids) And here’s the Lady BaBa video.
Online books in easy Latin: tarheelreader
Events: Ludi Romani Saturday, January 14, 2017 at Minnehaha Academy. Go to www.ludi-romani.org for the address and all the details.
Cena Romana (Roman Banquet) in late winter/early spring
Latinists in the news: Latin Lives (The Nation) Reginald Foster probably is, as the reporter notes, the most famous Latinist in the world. I was fortunate enough to be in his summer class in Rome twenty-something years ago. A nice story about him: Mike Lowe Reports What a character. (I love characters. Most of my favorite Latin teachers have been characters.)
The University of Kentucky made a half-hour program about Terence Tunberg’s conversational Latin workshops (which have become an indispensable part of my summers): Conventiculum Latinum
Classical civilization in the news:
What is made of over 190,000 pieces and took more than 470 hours to assemble? Lego Pompeii; Lego Pompeii (Wikipedia)
The speeches of president Obama owe much to classical oratory: The New Cicero .
Ok, now that you’ve read that, for dessert you may read Obama's Use of Complete Sentences Stirs Controversy .
(N.B. – that’s an abbreviation for the Latin nota bene, “note well”— this is a humor piece.)
Is Latin hard to learn? Even little kids can learn Latin (another video clip, but not Monty Python).
Cambridge-related games: http://www.classicspage.com/caecilius
You can find links to other interesting Latin- and Greek-related stuff at http://eclassics.ning.com ; Rogueclassicism is a blog commenting on all things classical Greek & Roman.
Cena Romana MMVIII
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