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Opera Latina Conversa Litterate in Britannicum

Postby Brinestorm » Sat Jan 08, 2005 1:41 am

Primus doleo pro meis grammaticis malis meaque dictione invenusta. Corrigite meos errores usque. Secundum quaero opera latina conversa litterate in Brittanicum, atque Catulli Carmina (Googlus est inops).

Maximas Gratias,
Brinus
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Re: Opera Latinata Litterate

Postby Deses » Sat Jan 08, 2005 2:04 am

Brinestorm wrote:Primus doleo pro meis grammaticis malis meaque dictione invenusta. Corrigite meos errores usque. Secundum quaero opera latinata litterate, atque Catulli Carmina (Googlus est inops).

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Brinus


Others will surely recommend a bunch of really good sites. But the best thing I have ever done was to get a PHI 5.3 CD. For $50 they give you the entire corpus of classical Latin from the best editions. Last year they made the license permanent, so you don't have to subscribe and pay a yearly fee. This is at least what was explained to me when I received my copy.

Sorry for the vernacular.
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Postby Brinestorm » Sat Jan 08, 2005 10:22 pm

I just realized that I made a pathetic mistake. I asked for works translated into Latin rather than English. Edited now, so read on.

Sorry for any confusion. :P Deses, is this CD of works in Latin or translated works?
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Postby Deses » Sun Jan 09, 2005 1:29 am

Brinestorm wrote:I just realized that I made a pathetic mistake. I asked for works translated into Latin rather than English. Edited now, so read on.

Sorry for any confusion. :P Deses, is this CD of works in Latin or translated works?


Latin, of course.
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