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Latin-English date translation help?

I know this probably isn't written the "correct" way, but does it still make sense? 11 of June, 2002?<br /><br />UNDECIMO IUNIUS MXII
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Latin Poetry

Decided to give you this link that I ran into a long time ago.<br />He has readings of Latin poetry in meter. It is some of the best I have heard. And goes along with what I have felt about Latin poetry and have learned about oral reading. Latin as it was spoken was probably closer to the Modern Romance Languages. The harsh sounds that we first learn today came about because they were given ...
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Help with translation!

Hello all.<br /><br />I´m Louise from Sweden and just in the process of writing a book.<br />One of the characters is a stiff, intellectual, language professor with a passion for quoting things in foreign languages (hoping to impress people). One of his favourite mottos is <br /><br />"Justice through strenght and courage".<br /><br />Can sombody please help me with a latin translation<br /><br />Thankfully yours / Lilitu
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Beginners Latin vocab?

Salve,<br /><br />I'm looking for a good book, or online resource to try and work on building up my Latin vocabulary. I've had 2 semesters of Latin, and I feel fairly confident with it, but I can never seem to remember word definitions. I'm looking for something to build up my vocab so that I can eventually take on the Vulgate, or possibly the Aeneid or one of Caesar's commentaries. I've tried looking at the ...
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Relative Prounouns are Out to Get Me...

I am working through Cicero's De Officiis, for no particular reason beyond the thought that doing so would probably improve my ability to read in Latin, and probably keep me in pretty good shape for the next chance I have to take a Latin course. Cicero seems to love relative pronouns. I don't.<br /><br />In a grammar book, relative pronouns are pretty straightforward. I can recognize them nine times out of ten at 20 paces. ...
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MOVED: Latin as she is spoke! :-X

I thought the topic would be better in the new latin conversation board, since it is a Latin conversation.

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yeah yeah, i'm a newbie, but i still need help....<br /><br />i need the follwing translations to english from 'Commentarii de Bello Gallico' (The Gallic Wars) : <br /><br /><br />Hi omnes lingua, legibus aliisque, ebus multis inter se differunt. <br /><br />Praeterea, proximi ssunt Germanis, qui trans Rhenum incolunt, quibiscum contineater bellum gerunt. <br /><br />Casticus, Sequonus, auctoritate Orgetorigis inductus, regnum in civitae sua occupare constituit. <br /><br />Ita Orgetorix tres firmissi___(can't read my ...
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Help with translation wanted!

Hello,<br /><br />I'm trying to translate two simple oneliners, sofar I have only this rough translations, can anyone help?<br /><br />"It's a good day to die"<br />"Bonum die mori est" <br /><br />"I know something you don't know"<br />"Scio ... tibi non sciet"<br /><br />Thanks,<br /><br />daonlyfreez
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Conversation & Correspondence in Greek/Latin

This would be a new Forum where posts will be written entirely in Greek or Latin. Post your own compositions: your stories, your poems, that so far secretly guarded epic of yours on the marriages -- many and sad -- of miss Elizabeth Taylor!!!  <br /><br />Engage in philosophical discussions in the language of philosophy! Parade your talents in sophistry! Engage as well in simple chit chat in the "sermo plebis."  <br /><br />The forum ...
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