#39 – Aurelius Commodus | Latin texts 14..#39 – Aurelius Commodus | Litterae Latinae 14

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#38 – The crime and fate of Daedalus | Latin texts 13..#38 – Scelus et fatum Daedali | Litterae Latinae 13

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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.#37 – Two letters from Cicero | Latin texts 12..#37 – Duae epistulae Ciceronis | Litterae Latinae 12

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#36 – Caesar and the pirates | Latin texts 11 ..#36 – Caesar et piratae | Litterae Latinae 11

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#32 – Sallust on the death of Catiline | Latin texts 8..#32 – Sallustius de exitu Catilinae | Litterae Latinae 8

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#30 – Cicero's quest for the tomb of Archimedes | Latin texts 6..#30 – Cicero sepulchrum Archimedis indagat | Litterae Latinae 6

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#28 – Gladiatorial combat in ancient Rome | Latin Texts 4..#28 De pugnis gladiatoriis apud Romanos | Litterae Latinae 4

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#27 – Cicero on true and perfect friendship | Latin texts 3..27 – Cicero de vera et perfecta amicitia | Litterae Latinae 3

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#25 – Tommaso Vallauri on Q. Curtius Rufus | Latin texts 1..#25 – Thomas Vallaurius de Q. Curtio Rufo | Litterae Latinae 1

Each week we publish recordings of short Latin texts representing a wide variety of Latin authors (from antiquity to modern times). We will try to accommodate all levels of Latin, by recording both easier beginner texts and selections from the rich Latin literature. 

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#24 - How can we teach ourselves Latin? (A talk in Latin) – 2/2..#24 – Quomodo nos ipsi Latine doceamus? (Oratio Latine habita) – 2/2

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Latinitium's Daniel Pettersson gave a talk in Latin about how you can teach yourself the Latin language

[comma remotum] at the GrecoLatinoVivo conference in Florence. This is the second half.

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Em vobis alteram partem orationis quam Florentiae in conventu GrecoLatinoVivo (quem Giampiero Marchi curavit) in theatro Niccolini mense Martio huius anni magno cum gaudio habui.

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#23 - How can we teach ourselves Latin? (A talk in Latin) – 1/2..#23 – Quomodo nos ipsi Latine doceamus? (Oratio Latine habita) – 1/2

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Here is the first half of the talk Daniel Pettersson gave about teaching yourself Latin at the March 2017 GrecoLatinoVivo conference in Florence. This is the first half.

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Vobis tandem aliquando apporto orationem quam Florentiae in conventu GrecoLatinoVivo (quem Giampiero Marchi curavit) in theatro Niccolini mense Martio huius anni magno cum gaudio habui. Haec est prima pars orationis.

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#21 – The life and death of Cicero (Lhomond) Part II | Latin texts..#21 – Ciceronis vita et mors (Lhomond) : Pars II

Hodie vobis recitabo alteram partem vitae Ciceronis qualis in libro Urbis Romae viri illustres a Carolo Lhomond scripto narratur. Utinam placeat. Si primam partem non audivistis, eam hic invenietis.

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#20 – The life and death of Cicero : Part I | Latin texts..#20 – Ciceronis vita et mors (Lhomond) : Pars I | Litterae Latinae

Marcus Tullius Cicero, equestri genere, Arpini, quod est Volscorum oppidum, natus est. Ex eius avis unus verrucam in extremo naso sitam habuit, ciceris grano similem; inde cognomen Ciceronis genti inditum. Suadentibus quibusdam ut id nomen mutaret, “Dabo operam” inquit “ut

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