Cthuvian Ipsum Generator Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn. Syha'h, naflnw vulgtm y-ftaghu naflathg naflilyaa lloig, mg sll'ha f'phlegeth uaaah llll. R'luh nog csyha'h hafh'drn ngluior Cthulhuagl Tsathoggua ilyaa nguh'e ya Shub-Niggurath, throd 'ai n'ghft Nyarlathotep ch' ftaghu nw goka. Sgn'wahl throd Chaugnar Faugn r'luh Azathoth 'bthnk nnnnilgh'ri hupadgh uaaah, naflee lw'nafh nw ilyaa k'yarnak nog. Fm'latgh orr'e gotha fhtagn nilgh'ri phlegethnyth gnaiih ph'Hastur r'luh, nanw gof'nn hai shtunggli ep Azathoth kn'a y-n'ghft naflnglui, hriiagl shogg Shub-Niggurath 'bthnk ehye uln ep. Goka 'ai sgn'wahl lw'nafh ya fhtagn llllnyth bugagl phlegeth, llll hrii mnahn' uaaah geb lloignyth nw, orr'e f'gotha gnaiih gof'nn mnahn' ch' grah'nnyth.
Latin Resources Learning dead languages isn’t an easy thing to do at all, and Latin is one of the most difficult to learn. One of the world’s oldest languages, Latin is possibly the most influential. Originally spoken in Ancient Rome, it flourished during the Roman conquest and spread all over Europe. Greek and Latin Language Resources: Listing of sites to find good information for Latin language learners. Few people actually speak Latin today, but the Latin alphabet is still the most widely used alphabet in the entire world. Mandaic alphabet and language The Mandaic alphabet appears to be based on the Aramaic alphabet and first appeared sometime during the 2nd century AD. The Mandaic name for the alphabet is Abagada or Abaga, after the first few letters. The Mandaeans believe that all the letters of their alphabet have magical properties, and impart mysteries (raze). Notable features Type of writing system: alphabet Direction of writing: right to left in horizontal lines. Used to write Classical Mandaic, a member of the East Aramaic sub-family of Northwest Semitic languages and the liturgical language of the Mandaean religion. Neo-Mandaic, a vernacular form of Mandaic with about 100 speakers in Iran around Ahwaz. Mandaic alphabet Download this alphabet chart (Excel) Sample texts in Mandaic Translation All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Links Mandai Studies Center of Iran - information about the Mandaic people and language Mandaic and Neo-Mandaic Texts and Resources
The LatinStudy List “Non enim tam praeclarum est scire Latine quam turpe nescire.” (It is not so excellent to know Latin, as it is a shame not to know it.) — Cicero LatinStudy is an open mailing list dedicated to the study of Latin, including Classical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin authors. Both beginners and experienced Latinists will find something of interest here. Basic Information The LatinStudy list is shared by multiple study groups. Most questions are answered by the other list members, not necessarily those in your study group. The weekly activities posting gives a current snapshot of the active study groups. Use the LatinStudy subscription page to subscribe, unsubscribe, or manage your subscription options. You may join or drop a study group at any time, or you may lurk on the LatinStudy list indefinitely. Introductory LatinStudy Groups Wheelock's Latin is the textbook of most of our introductory Latin groups, although nothing prevents a group from using a different textbook. Advanced LatinStudy Groups
Theban alphabet The origins of the Theban alphabet are lost in the mists of time. It is often called "The Runes of Honorius" after its reputed inventor, Honorius of Thebes. It is also known as the 'Witch's Alphabet'. Notable features Type of writing system: alphabet Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines There is a one-to-one correspondence between letters of the Theban and Latin alphabets with the exception of the letters j and u. The Theban alphabet Sample text Links Information about the Theban alphabet Theban fonts Magical alphabets Alphabet of the Magi, Angelic, Daggers, Enochian, Malachim, Passing the River, Theban
Online resources for Latin From NovaRoma Home| Latíné | Deutsch | Esperanto | Español | Français | Italiano | Magyar | Português | Română | Русский | English For physical texts, see Reading list for lingua Latina. So called "Laudatio Turiae" inscription (fragment). Vide: Lucretius. Courtesy of VROMA. Learning Communities Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla (Seneca) Textkit Textkit is a collection of texts, resources, services and tutorials for both Latin and Greek. The LatinStudy List The LatinStudy List is an open mailing list dedicated to the study of Latin, including Classical, Medieval, and Neo-Latin authors. Cambridge School Classics Project The Cambridge School Classics Project is home of the world-renowned Cambridge Latin Course, hundreds of free teaching and learning resources, teacher support for Latin in UK schools, Latin online activities, myths and performance storytelling, the Electronic Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary, and much more! Tutorials Latin Online Latin for e-mail Courses G. Notae
Passing the River Font The Passing the River or Passage du Fleuve alphabet is derived from the Hebrew alphabet and was created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century. Notable features Type of writing system: abjad Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines The Passing the River / Passage du Fleuve alphabet Links Passing the River / Passage du Fleuve font Magical alphabets Alphabet of the Magi, Angelic, Daggers, Enochian, Malachim, Passing the River, Theban Malachim alphabet The Malachim alphabet is derived from the Hebrew and Greek alphabets. It was created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century and is still used by Freemasons to a limited extent. This version is from Bartolozzi's Biblioteca Magna Rabbinica, 1675. Notable features Type of writing system: alphabet Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines The Malachim alphabet Links Free Malachim fonts Magical alphabets Alphabet of the Magi, Angelic, Daggers, Enochian, Malachim, Passing the River, Theban