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Rassegna Strumenti informatici per l'Antichità Classica

Rassegna Strumenti informatici per l'Antichità Classica
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Beginners' Latin This tutorial is a beginners' guide to the Latin used in documents between 1086 and 1733. It is the first online tutorial to help you learn the Latin from this period. Try our new Advanced Latin The tutorial covers Latin as used in England between 1086 and 1733, when it was the official language used in documents. Latin. Knowing Latin will help you to read documents from this period. No previous knowledge of Latin is required. Be a beginner Want to refresh your skills Have studied classical Latin and want to find out about Latin from a different period All of the grammar is fully explained. You can practise by translating sentences taken from real documents held at The National Archives. , written in 1086. Where to start Tips on learning Latin Tutorial Twelve lessons Reference Word list, common problems, dating Latin documents and much more Activities More documents to practise on. Further practice

BCS - E-Traductions La section Traduction (BCS-TRA) de la Bibliotheca Classica Selecta (BCS) [Pour une liste plus générale de traductions françaises sur la Toile, voir la page spécialisée] 1. La section (BCS-TRA) de la Bibliotheca Classica Selecta (BCS) propose des traductions françaises originales, tantôt annotées, tantôt commentées, d'oeuvres latines ou grecques. Généralement, ces traductions sont intégrées dans le projet Hypertextes louvanistes [section latine et section grecque] qui autorise une lecture de l'oeuvre avec le texte ancien et la traduction française en regard, tout en permettant par ailleurs, livre par livre ou traité par traité, de multiples recherches lexicographiques et statistiques. Pour certains textes, le projet Corpora [section latine et section grecque] autorise ces recherches sur l'intégralité des oeuvres, et non plus sur des livres isolés. 2.

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Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine Voci dal mondo antico LATIN AROUND THE WEB (04/24-05/01) — Latinitium (Thanks to Victor for the suggestion!) Quaesturam magnificentissimam gessit. aedilitatis suae tempore duodecim populo Romano munera, id est per singulos menses singula de suo exhibuit, ita ut gladiatorum nonnumquam quingena paria exhiberet, numquam minus centenis quinquagenis. feras Libycas una die centum exhibuit, ursos una die mille. extat silva eius memorabilis, quae picta est in domo rostrata Cn. Pompei, quae ipsius et patris eius et proavi fuit, quam Philippi temporibus vester fiscus invasit. In qua pictura etiam nunc continentur cervi palmati ducentis mixtis Brittannis, equi feri triginta, oves ferae centum, alces decem, tauri Cypriaci centum, strutiones Mauri miniati trecenti, onagri triginta, apri centum quinquaginta, ibices ducenti, dammae ducenti. Link In this video series our dear and learned friend Jorge Tárrega teaches classical authors in Latin Link Link Link Link

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