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I was reading Philippians, and I noticed that both euodias appear in the fourth chapter. At the beginning of the chapter we find the name εὐοδίαν ( good journey , as you said), and at 4.18, ὀσμὴν εὐωδίας ( a scent of sweet savour ). That's interesting! You have all given me more reasons to study Gr...
scis utrum est Opera in latine? ....has anyone ever heard of music sung in Latin for purposes other than education? I'm interested in seeing how much of it I could understand.. Johannes Hieronymous Kapsberger fabulam musicam (opera) scripsit in latine sub titulo: "Apotheosis sive Consecratio SS. Ig...
You're probably right - Maybe I'll look into it!swiftnicholas wrote:You could probably pick up enough of the alphabet in a week to start learning important biblical words in Greek, which would be useful and rewarding for your studies, even if you don't pursue it intensively.
Greetings everyone! I am also new to textkit; I'm a software developer in Southern California, and I have been studying Latin in my spare time for about two years now. My initial interest was Ecclesiastical Latin, the language of the Roman Catholic Church, to aide in my study of the Vulgate and othe...
- Wed Feb 09, 2005 3:04 am
- Forum: The Agora
- Topic: Plinius Secundus et Mons Vesuvius
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Salvete! Plinius Secundus epistolam Tacito scripsit de eruptione montis vesuvii. Volo illam epistolam legere Latine.... sed illam non possum invenire in "tela" (www). Possum autem illam epistolam in Anglica. Epistolane Latina Plinii in tela est? Ecqui illam epistolam habet? Gratia vobis et pax, -evo...