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Links 1 through 10 of 996 John Whelpton's Bookmarks

A freely downloadable collection of Latin stories adapted from classical sources by Reginald Appleton, a colleague of William Rouse in the `Living Latin' movement at the beginning of the last century. The language is slightly more advanced than in Ritchie's `Fabulae Faciles.' The vocabulary explains the more difficult Latin words in Latin rather than English,

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Website for the Schola Latina, an institution set up by Roberto Carfagni, a former teacher with the Academia Vivarium Novum, in Montella near Naples. the school offers direct method classes at all levels in its own premises and over the Internet. It also has a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/scholalatina.it/), which includes notices of materials available free elsewhere on the Internet, and a YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7ZWN9ORGp_sqnDm7f74Cqg)

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A weekly bulletin of news in Latin uploaded by staff and students of Western Washington University on the West Coast of the USA and following similar format to the Helsinki Nuntii Latini but with macrons added to the transcripts. The Washington bulletins began in January 2017.

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Site maintained by Daniel Pettersson, who teaches Latin at the University of Stockholm, and including recordings (usually with transcript available), videos, short articles and links. Advice on the best methods of improving proficiency by reading and listing is also offered,

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A PDF containing a collection of Latin couplets, including both classical and later material. any words outside a core vocabulary of 150 items are glossed and there is a full vocabulary for each in blog posts at http://distichalatina.blogspot.hk/ There are accompanying illustrations for many of the poems at https://www.pinterest.com/laurakgibbs/brevissima-latin-distich-poem-posters/

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A paper by Patrick Owens giving detailed information on the life and work of Hungarian neo-latin author Arcadius Avellanus, who was a major figure on the American Classics scene in the early part of the 20th century.

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A description of the remains at Paphos, including elaborate mosaics on mythological themes, and of Aphrodite's cult, which involved religiously-sanctioned prostitution.

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Google Books preview (pages 1-19) of Lily Ross Taylor's `Roman Voting Assemblies from the Hannibalic War to the Dictatorship of Caesar.' The extract includes descriptions of the main assemblies, their earlier history and their voting procedure.

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This is a freely accessible etymological dictionary of English but, where an English word is derived from Greek or Latin, it may trace it back to the reconstructed PIE root.

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The 2nd (1910) edition of Alois Walde's etymological Latin dictionary. although written in German, and not very user-frriendly because of the plethora of abbreviations, this is probably the best free reference source available on-line. The standard recent work is probably Michiel de Vann's 2008 `Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the Italic Languages' but this is only legally available behind a pay-wall (at http://dictionaries.brillonline.com/latin ). Valpy's 1828 dictionary is in English and available at https://books.google.com.hk/books?id=m2QSAAAAIAAJ but hopelessly out-of-date. Some etymological information is available in the Lewis & Short (1879) lexicon at www.athirdway/com/glossa and also at www.etymonline.com. The latter is an etymological dictionary for English but sometimes traces words back to reconstructed PIE roots.

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