Posts tagged spoken latin
Ad Museum Artium Bostoniense

Variarum ambage viarum, ut ait poeta, quae animum vel Thesei, filo Ariadnae muniti, fregissent, in andronem venimus;  tum, simul ac sinistrorsum concessimus, nobis paululum suspicientibus se obtulit tabula picta perquam pulchra atque gravis qua effingitur homo qui ad genua accidit ad pedes Sphingis ut cum ea loqueretur. 

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Learn Latin with video and audio: 70 hours of spoken Latin

This is an update of last year's post "50 hours of spoken Latin". It is now 70 hours. Learning Latin with audio has never been easier. For the last few years, I've been on the lookout for any and all videos and recordings of the best Latin speakers in the world to listen to. The amount of recordings of speeches and lectures held in Latin is increasing rapidly, making exposing ourselves to immense amounts Latin audio easier than ever.

 

 

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How to Ask Politely in Latin

Latinists have recently been studying these things with interesting results. We now know more about linguistic accommodation in Latin, or how the status or identity of the addressee and speaker affected what a Roman said, we understand better Cicero’s letter writing practice, specifically, what kinds of scripts were available to him in making certain kinds of weighty requests, and how…

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Learn Latin with audio: 50 hours of spoken Latin

Learning Latin with audio has never been easier. For the last few years, I've been on the lookout for any and all videos and recordings of the best Latin speakers in the world to listen to. The amount of recordings of speeches and lectures held in Latin is increasing rapidly, making exposing ourselves to immense amounts Latin audio easier than ever.

 
 
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