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New member

Hi,<br /><br />I'm a student of Classics at Leiden University (The Netherlands), currently working on my thesis on the oblique optative in Ancient Greek. I'm especially interested in Greek linguistics, but 'Harrius Potter et philosophi lapis' may just be interesting enough to brush up my Latin again.
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avatars

I'm not very good at technology. How do I upload an image from my pc rather than from a webpage for my avatar?
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Slim Shady

Oh hey, my name is Keith. I am philosophy underdrad who's been on an unaccountable leave of absence since October; but has been gearing up for readmittance this Fall by learning Greek in my spare hours. Going quite well so far; the kind folks at Perseus thought they might redirect some of my inquiries by getting me on at this sight. Hello.
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Introducing...

Hello,<br /><br />I am a postgraduate student at Cardiff University reading Creative and Critical Writing. I am from Cardiff, Wales and Welsh is my first language. I'd be happy do advise or answer questions about Welsh (I have encountered many classics scholars enthusiastic to learn Welsh or are already proficient). My other language interests are Russian and French. I am very pleased to be a member of this forum and hope to be able to ...
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Palatine Anthology

I will like to know where to read an Anthology from the Palatine Anthology called Aphrodite's Necklace or maybe Aphrodite's Garland.<br />Thanks to anyone that can help. :) :)
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Dr. Seuss in Latin

this looks fun... <br />http://www.bolchazy.com/prod.php?cat=latin&id=5556<br /><br />jeff
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I am studying....

I tried to make this a POLL, but encountered an error. >:(<br /><br />I was just curious to find out what everyone here is studying:<br /><br /><br />I am studing....<br />a) Greek<br />b) Latin<br />c) Greek and Latin<br />d) Neither<br />
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New teacher = horror

:'(<br /><br />i've just found out that my current latin teacher won't be teaching us next year (cause she's pregnant), but instead we'll be getting this zombie-teacher. i've had him before for three years, and he messed up everything for me. i was always failing the exams when i had him.<br /><br />he didn't care if we understood what he was on about, he just handed out a sheet of paper with the new forms ...
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shakespeare in latin?

Hello all,<br />just wondering if anyone knew if there are any translations of Shakespeare into Latin on the web? I'm sure some bored scholar has to have attempted it at least once. I'm looking for Macbeth specifically, the witches' songs. I'm directing the play next year & thought them singing in Latin might sound more fearsome & strange than the customary "eye of newt & toe of dog" mumbo-jumbo we're all used to & cringe ...
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