Posts tagged classical latin
#57 - Halloween special - the Art of Shuddering..#57 Ars Horrendi

Ars Horrendi, or, the Art of Shuddering is this year’s Halloween special in Latin. It is our adaption of an old German fairy tale written down by the brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm about fear and about a boy who didn’t know how to shudder.

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#56 – Life and works of Petronius..#56 – Petronii vita et opera

Petronius, Neronis arbiter elegantiae. Audietis quis fuerit, quemadmodum sibi mortem inter epulas consciverit, cur purissimae impuritatis auctor vocatus sit. 

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#53 – Sea Monsters..#53 – Monstra Marina

Monstra non modo in tenebris sed etiam sub undis olim latuerunt. Hoc spectaculo aliqua monstra qualia in scriptis tum medii aevi tum saeculi sexti decimi describuntur tractantur.

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#49 – Two Ghost stories in Latin..#49 – Duae Fabulae Horrendae

Fabulae Latinae: Duas fabulas de larvis, monstris, aliis timendis quae iam diu Stocholmiae noctu vagantur vobis hodie narrabo. 

 
 
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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 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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#22 – What price did Philoxenus pay for his outspokenness? | Latin texts..#22 – Libertas Philoxeni | Litterae Latinae

Of the many anecdotes from Greek history, this one is among the most amusing ones. The poet Philoxenus learns the hard way the price honesty can have in the presence of tyrants. But, given a second chance, does he change his ways, or remain true to himself? Listen to the Latin audio and find out!

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