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Dates

I know this may be a bit off from plain Latin but I was wondering is this the correct way to write a date:

MMIV Anno Domine

Or

Anno Domine: MMIV

Thanks
Andy
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Cicero's De Senectute

This group: http://discussions.seniornet.org/cgi-bi ... 7391ea7/59 is reading De Senectute in Latin and producing their own translation.
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the future of books??

hey all :D

there has been a lot of clamor over the future of writing and the production of paper based books. i personally prefer reading from off the screen , i have a pretty huge p2p ebook collection , but i think ethically the paper based book is an outstanding experience in this era of computational shrinkage (im only differently quoting ..moores law). i mean ...
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some computer help please.

I am only barely computer-literate. Some of you are very literate if not experts when it comes to computers, so I have a question for you.

My home-page for going on the web has always been www1.sympatico.ca/
Just recently, for some reason my home page has changed and I have to go through several windows and pop-ups just to get to my mail box.
I can't seem to get it changed back to sympatico.
Does ...
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To London!

A friend of mine, his second album complete and zipping about the planet as I type this, decided he needed to get a little clubbing in for celebration at the end of this month. In London. It seems I'm going with.

I've already taken careful note of Raya's bookstore find, but I would love to hear from others in the area about used bookstores that might appeal to the classically minded, Greek more than Latin. ...
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Greek library

I lately find another Greek library. :D
It`s not a big one, but I think interesting.
There are many doalogs written by Plato.

http://www.pe.sch.gr/books/

To read you must have especial font: PYLH,
Dont`t forgett download him from the page
:lol:
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Hymnus Unionis Europaeae

Unionis Europaeae hymnus latinus

http://www.euobserver.com/index.phtml?aid=14288


Si vobis audiri eum in animo est nexum spectate:
http://www.examen-europaeum.com/Hymnus- ... el%201.wma

Placetne vobis hymnus noster?
(Ego Polonus sum et polonia mense maio in Unione Europea erit)
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Only in Kenya

Hello, a friend directed me to this very random flash movie. For no reason I found this very amusing. Especially the crazy...

http://uploads.ungrounded.net/147000/147559_kenya3.swf


Please tell me if you think it to be funny :wink:
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browser wars

klewlis wrote:session variable rock my world!!

(seriously, where would i be without them??? i hate cookies...)

the page looks good. I haven't tried to download anything yet.


Spoken like a true web developer! yeah, server side is the way to go - it's SO much better because it helps remove browser issues.
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Question Ex. 107

II. 6.
In English
The german with sons and daughters are hastening with horses and wagons
In key there is:
Germani cum filis fialibusque cum equis et carris properant

Why not: Germani cum filis fialibusque equis et carris properant :?:
(equis et carris - ablative of means - withaut cum)
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