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Peter Pan

Just curious. Peter Pan is a name of totally greek origin. Is there a ancient greek translation of Peter Pan? If it is, is it in public domain?
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Oscar nominiations

Johnny Depp has been nominated for best actor - his first Oscar nomination :D .
Apart from that the films nominated are ones I've never heard of, except for Lord of the Rings, which I hope will win.
Any one here seen Mystic River? It's been nominated, but I know it's not even been translated into German (and probably never will be unless it wins all ...
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Textkit Groups - New Site Feature

Hi Everyone,

There's a new service that I would like to announce - Textkit Groups.
http://www.textkit.com/groups/

This is an email mailing list service using Mailman software. How it works is that you agree to cover a particular text or textbook according to a set schedule, much like class-assignments. You'll submit your own work to the group by emailing it to the mailman software. Mailman will then redistribute your work ...
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Translation?

I'm sorry if this is an inappropriate place for this question. However, after searching the net, I found no other place that I could put this question to.

I'm not someone who speaks latin, or who is currently learning it (though I'd like to start sometime in the near future). For that reason, I am trying to find someone who could help me with translating someting into latin. What I would like tanslated is an ...
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Gospel of Thomas: Greek, Coptic, English with interlinear

Just mentioned on classics-l, http://www.gospelthomas.com/.

Some of the sayings exist in a POxy in Greek (saying 4 for example), but all have the Coptic, with access to a very helpful analytic interlinear.
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duke papyrus archive

maybe there is a guy who haven´t been to
http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/homepage.html
just for sure.
they have nice photos of papyrus mss. of every kind
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Your (least) favorite fiction books

Yes, this topic has been discussed before, but I don't think it's reached to the annoying point yet, has it?

I’m curious to know what kind of fiction you people digest (other than ancient Greek and Latin of course :)). Have your favorite works actually influenced your life? I need to really make a reading list of fiction work. I am embarrassingly way behind in the fiction ...
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Latin DVDs?

Has anyone ever dubbed over a movie in Latin?
Have any movies ever been filmed in Latin?
I have books and audio clips, so I can read and listen. But I think watching people do things in Latin could really help.
Anyone know? Thanks.
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Introducing myself

Having been lurking for a while, I have finally registered myself, and I should do the decent thing and say hello.

I am a lawyer in London. I learned Latin properly at high school (decades ago now), and retain an amateur interest in it, and in Roman law. I love Latin literature, and I go through periodic waves of deciding that I should read some some and mostly it comes back fairly well to me ...
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News article (perhaps not "news" exactly) on Latin

At the Economist

It has the usual nonsense about the clarity and purity of Latin (whatever that might mean in a language), but is an interesting light diversion.
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