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As promised, here is a round-up of my Latin blogs for the past week. I hope everybody is having a great summer!

At the AudioLatin.com website, I added some audio to accompany both the Latin Via Proverbs book and the Vulgate Verses book.

At the Vulgate Verses blog, I've commented on the verse Pascua sunt divitum pauperes and also the verse Caeci sunt duces caecorum.

Verbosum: Latin and English Vocabulary-Building. This week I posted about the Latin prefix dis-.

Grammatice. I added a post on Spoken Latin and Assimilation (which could have this subtitle: the perils of reconstructing pronunciation based on the written record...).

Learning Latin Links. This week I posted about the great Latin and Greek texts available at the Bibliotheca Augustana.

Heri - Hodie - Cras. One post that might be of interest at this blog in the past week was about the Roman goddess Bellona, whose festival was on June 3.

How-To Technology Tips. This week I posted about: Adding a Widget to your Blogger.com Blog, Adding GoogleBooks to My Library, Creating a TinyURL and Combining Feeds with Yahoo Pipes.

Schoolhouse Widgets. The big news this week is my new Greek Proverb of the Day widget!

Audio Pocasts. The podcasts for this week include the Fable of the Tuna and the Dolphin, along with a podcast for the Grammatice blog about Spoken Latin and Assimilation (you can subscribe to the podcasts if you want, and I'll have more information about this as I get some more practice with the podcasting software).

Latin Via Fables: The fables I've added this week are: Tuna and Dolphin; Rooster, Donkey and Lion; Cat (or Weasel) and Mice; The Goose who Laid the Golden Eggs - and The Stag's Reflection.

RomanSudoku.com: This week I posted a very difficult Sudoku puzzle. Here's a small image of the puzzle; visit the blog to find a larger image suitable for printing:

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