news & discussion
Know of an interesting latin resource you want to share? email a link here.
Radio Bremen has news bulletins in RealAudio format with accompanying text.
Nuntii Latini at YLE radio.
Read the Ephemeris Latin newspaper here.
Bandi's Latin news bundle on google reader is a great way to get the above news feeds and more.
Melissa, a latin magazine.
Locutio have a forum latinum where you may get help with your latin homework (in french or latin).
Laugh at the Adventures of Cicero and Virgil in this webcomic. Those crazy romans!
The Rogue Classicism website has news from the world of classics.
NeoNostalgia.com hosts a weblog and discussion forums about ancient Mediterranean cultures.
Omniglot features various writing systems, including latin and related alphabets.
There is rumour of a Latin reading group which meets in Melbourne weekly to read medieval texts. Details here
Until the link vanishes, you may find a clip from the british sitcom Chelmsford 123
here with some latin dialogue.
cave! aures tuae scelerentur.
The Latin Library has a selection of texts in latin by authors from Ammianus to Vitruvius.
The bibliotheca Augustana houses many works in ancient and modern languages, including Latin, Greek, German and English. This excellent site by Prof. em. Ulrich Harsch is mostly in latin.
The University of Virginia Library hosts an eText collection with texts in latin, french, hebrew, tibetan icelandic and others. (thanks rw)
The Medieval Sourcebook is a searchable collection of texts in various languages covering many aspects of medieval life.
TITUS has texts in more languages than you can poke a stick at.
Project Libellus provides some latin texts in TeX and HTML format as well as Allen & Greenough's New Latin Grammar.
Fourmilab has the Vulgate bible online in the "books on-line" section of this site.
Project Gutenberg has texts in various languages.
York University hosts some translations from authors in several languages here.
Various classics in english are hosted at Bibliomania.com (thanks ald).
The Latin Driller Killer website offers online drills for when your hand won't hold a pen anymore.
Matt Neuburg has written some apps to help users of the Cambridge Reading Latin course. follow this link, and click on "Latin Things" to the left.
Smith & Hall's English-Latin Dictionary at archive.org is big but useful for english into latin exercises.
KET Distance Learning has an online course designed for use with the Ecce Romani course books.
Quia.com has online drills for latin.
www.goldibex.com has some handy iPhone/Mac apps for latinists, as well as an ancient greek dictionary app.
The Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, along with other searchable dictionaries is available at ancient library.com.
There are some resources for latin students at UCL, including some short films in latin!
ITALATIN has many links to online latin to english and english to latin dictionaries.
The Encyclopaedia Romana is good for general information about ancient Rome.
The Aeon online textbook from the Skidmore College covers some basics of Latin and Greek derivations in English.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong hosts an online Latin dictionary . This site also has some excellent links under the heading "Other Latin Resources".
Ohio State University has a much better links page than this one here.
Saint Louis University has a teaching materials site here.
John Porter has a collection of resources for courses at the University of Saskatchewan, but there's much there of general interest.
Resources for classics students at the University of Kentucky.
RomanEmperors.org is a neat database of roman emperors.
The Orbis Latinus website has a comparative grammar of the romance languages.
Textkit has Greek and Latin grammars in PDF format available for download.
Eric Conrad's Latin Grammar pages.