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NEW AUDIOBOOK - 'Julia' by Maud Reed

Latinum http://latinum.org.uk has released a new Latin Language audiobook - 'Julia', by Maud Reed.
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This Latin audiobook contains stories of Roman myth, legend, pseudo-history, and history. The conceit of the book is that the stories were recited to a young girl, Julia, an inhabitant of Roman Britain.

The audiobook is for the most part quite elementary, and is intended for beginners, although all levels of students of Latin benefit from listening to 'comprehensible input', ...
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Nōnnulli ex...

I'm working my way through Ora Maritima and am trying the exercises for paragraph 19. It asks me to translate, "Some of the ancient inhabitants of our island were not barbarous." The "Some of ... " construction has come up twice before: in paragraph 7, Nōnnulli ex rusticīs ... (Some of the rustics ... ) and in paragraph 11, Nōnnulla ex nāvigiīs ... (Some of the ships ... ).

Am I right in thinking that ...
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question in subjunctive: Cicero, pro Sestio no. 128

I'm still having trouble seeing the clues for questions in the subjunctive. This question sent me to the translation before I could make it out. Pro Sestio is an oration in a political trial of Cicero's client Sestius. But Sestius's plight is entangled with Cicero's own politics. For this reason, much of the oration is devoted to justifying Cicero's actions. Cicero has been exiled, but while away the political struggle took a different turn, and ...
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Caius or Gaius?

Off to the beach tomorrow for a summer vacation & hope to catch the eclipse in Charleston, S.C.
(Sadly, looks to be cloudy all up and down the Mid-Atlantic states, but The Fates will decide).
Anyway, bringing my Loeb Caesar I, II, III to read. They are the perfect size for the beach and
frankly I need the translations.

But I notice that even within individual volumes Caesar is sometimes C.(Caius) as in the text ...
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AUDIOBOOK: D'Ooge's 'Colloquia Latina'

D'Ooge's 'Colloquia Latina' is now available at http://latinum.org.uk for download or streaming in Latin audio.


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AUDIOBOOK: Sonnenschein's 'Pro Patria

Sonnenschein's 'Pro Patria' is now available as an audiobook for streaming of download from http://latinum.org.uk.

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I am also currently recording Reed's 'Julia', and sections of this text are available for streaming as they are produced. Once complete, this audiobook will be downloadable as a Zip file.
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AUDIOBOOK: Stirling's Eutropius Paraphrase

John Stirling's Latin paraphrase of Eutropius.


Recorded 2017 - if you are interested in the audio version, it can be found at Latinum. http://latinum.org.uk The text can be located on Google Books.

Little is known about Stirling's life except that he held a MA, served as chaplain to the Duke of Gordon, and wrote a large number of elementary books "designed to teach Latin and English, most of which are extremely rare" (Alston).

I stumbled ...
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13th-C. Court-hand: Unknown Symbol

The original can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/HJMST

The entry is largely uninteresting, but there is one symbol that I have not seen before. The entry reads

"¶ Cir sub nomie Willi f Radi de Cold’ horncastr’ et dci A de 3 m. et di ??? 1 sum f et dimid r inde 1 m. et di sum fr ad pur be Mar anno r r H 23 et ad ...
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Nutting's Latin Primer

Professor Herbert Chester Nutting (1872-1934) wrote a number of books for instruction in Latin. You may already be familiar with his Latin reader based on American history.

He wrote another book, A Latin Primer, that is not as well-known as it should be. It is unique in its low level of difficulty. This is a textbook that was designed to teach Latin to children in elementary school. There are less than 400 words used in ...
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oblique cases ??

Please check this definition: all noun cases minus nominative case = oblique cases.
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