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Schola at NING has been closed and I have moved to the Social-Go network, which is based in the UK.The new website address for Schola is http://schola.network-maker.com/I was having too many issues with constant changes to the language file, and NING was just too unstable a platform (from a Latin-language perspective). If you were a member of Schola, …See More
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For those interested in learning Latin viva voce, not only so they can speak it, but so they can learn how to 'think in Latin', and so read more fluently.See More
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Eutropii - Breviarium Historiae Romanae

 Eutropii - Breviarium Historiae Romanae Liber I ad VI 20123 hours 24 minutes of audioBooks 1 to 6 - from the founding of Rome to the assassination of Julius Caesar.For many centuries, this text was the first Classical work put into the hands of a beginning student of Latin, due to the clarity of Eutropius' style. It fell out of favour in the late 1900's.Flavius Eutropius was a historian who lived in…See More
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Cornelia by Mima Maxey

2 hours 23 minutes of audioThis novella is written in simple Latin, and would be suitable for an intermediate student. It is set in America. The vocabulary and general subject matter appears to be setting up a structure for reading Caesar - however, the story stands on its own merits.Add download to Cart>>>> $1Buy just this one download...>See More
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Latinum items only $1 each

Since setting up the site at Payloads, a few new exciting things have happened: Latinum now has over 30 audio products available - including a selection that would be suitable to use for AP Latin for Caesar.All downloads are from Easter 2012 only $1 each - most are from 3 to 14 hours long, so this is exceptionally good value for money. Most of these products are not available elsewhere.I have also started to publish my own Serial and Oral Latin Course. The first three sections of this course…See More
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all of the above
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M.A. in 2nd - 6th Century Jewish Studies, Hebrew/Aramaic, some Greek( that is the next project), can speak Latin in a stumbling manner, but still consider myself a raw Tyro, go for long walking holidays, haunt museums and musty bookshops.
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I like Johan Winge's site.
http://home.student.uu.se/jowi4905/latin/index.html
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SCHOLA has moved

Schola at NING has been closed and I have moved to the Social-Go network, which is based in the UK.

The new website address for Schola is 

http://schola.network-maker.com/

I was having too many issues with constant changes to the language file, and NING was just too unstable a platform (from a Latin-language…

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Posted on August 3, 2014 at 6:39pm

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Hi,

There is a user compiled list of people interested in speaking Latin via Skype over at Schola.

Feel free to take a look, or add your name to the list.

http://schola.ning.com/group/skype

Posted on August 31, 2012 at 8:00am

Eutropii - Breviarium Historiae Romanae

 Eutropii - Breviarium Historiae Romanae Liber I ad VI 2012

3 hours 24 minutes of audio

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Posted on June 30, 2012 at 4:16pm

Cornelius Nepos' Great Leaders - Student's Audio

 Cornelius Nepos - The Great Leaders - Student's Audio - Hamiltonian Text (2012)



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Latin only - to be listened to along with the English pdf text.



The recording follows the Hamiltonian text, which is an English interlinear text, with the Latin word order slightly adjusted to make a running English translation…
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Posted on June 30, 2012 at 4:15pm

Cornelia by Mima Maxey



2 hours 23 minutes of audio


This novella is written in simple Latin, and would be suitable for an intermediate student. It is set in America. The vocabulary and general subject matter appears to be setting up a structure for reading Caesar - however, the story stands on its own…
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Posted on May 20, 2012 at 9:21am

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At 10:15pm on July 29, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
hi Evan, thanks for all you are doing online! I've also found problems in some of the Google Books scans, although when I wrote to the folks there they encouraged me to alert them to defective scans; apparently as they add more and more libraries, that gives them a chance to try a book again and make a better job of it! I am guessing that because of all the problems posed by not being able to use a spellcheck to monitor the quality of the OCR, any book that is mixed languages (like Latin and English in the old school textbooks) must be a real challenge for them. I love all those old schoolbooks online - at Internet Archive I even found an 18th century Aesop textbook for schoolboys - it's a blast! I put reproduced it fable by fable here: Aesop of 1787. What great old stuff!

:-)
At 5:18pm on January 16, 2008, Mayer Goldberg said…
שלום אבן:
העברית שלך מענינת, אבל אני לא יודע איך יגיבו החברים האחרים בפורום אם נתכתב בעברית. אם אתה רוצה להתאמן בעברית שלח לי הודעות בדואר אלקטרוני.
לא בדיוק הבנתי את התוכנית ללימוד לטינית המופיעה באתר שלך. מהו אותו ספר של אדלר? "ספר הנסתר" הוא ספר של כת האיסיים, הלא כן? שוב, מה זה קשור ללטינית ולאותו אדלר. כיצד אתה מציע ללמוד מן האתר שלך? פשוט להוריד הקלטות ולהקשיב להם? תודה!
At 5:40pm on January 16, 2008, Mayer Goldberg said…
This is a lovely book! Thanks for the pointer. I read a lot (anything from the Vulgate to neo-Latin) but don't get much chance to speak. I did get Milena Minkova's book on latin composition, and I'm going to try my hand one of her suggestions -- to rewrite existing prose, rather than first try to write original prose from scratch. This seems like a great intermediate level exercise between finishing up the grammar and writing original prose.
At 11:50am on January 30, 2008, Molendinarius said…
Yes, I watched the video about the session held at Lexington, and I think that the idea of re-writing a piece of prose in different Latin is very useful. I've only been learning Latin 'properly' for just under a year, so I'm not quite there yet. Give me another year at the current pace, and I'll be able to have a go at something like that. I'm a great fan of Adler's book, and it is perfectly suited for turning into a podcast - almost as though it was written for that. It is written according to an oral methodology, so I suppose that is why it works so well in that medium.
At 3:44pm on July 2, 2008, Molendinarius said…
http://www.e.millner.btinternet.co.uk/languages/LOCUTORIUM.html


LOCŪTŌRIUM VIRTUĀLE SCHOLÆ
Si cyberpressōrium tuum super internexum qvī suprā appāret premis, qvadrātum vidēbis ubi "Screen Name" (Nōmen Cybernēticum) inscriptum est. Dēlē "Screen Name", in locum qvōrum verbōrum inscrībe deinceps in qvadrātō textuālī nōmen usōris tuum. Deinde preme cyberpressōrium tuum super spatíolum qvod iuxtā est, ubi verbum ánglicum "Log In" (Inscrībe hīc nōmen tuum ut intrēs) legitur.

Nec cryptographēma necesse est intrōdūcere nec inscriptiōnem ēlectrónicam.

In Locutōriō Virtuālī nostrō cum aliīs colloqviōrum participibus vel microphōnō vel machinā phōtographicā tēlārī vel símplice scriptiōne commūnicāre potes.
At 10:24am on July 4, 2009, Caroline Lawrence said…
Salve, Evan
I'd love to come to your next meeting at Paternoster Square on Thurs 16 July and see what you get up to... Will you be there? Do you FACEBOOK and Tweet? I'm flaviagemina@hotmail.com
Vale.

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