Online resources for Latin
Revision as of 09:01, 24 November 2007 by M. Lucretius Agricola
Textkit is a collection of texts, resources, services and tutorials for both Latin and Greek.
Courses taught online
See: Academia Thules
Tutorials available online
- Latin for Mountain Men: A short course in practical Latin. Good for beginners or as an easy refresher.
- Charles E. Bennett, New Latin Grammar. A complete Latin grammar in several formats from Project Gutenberg.
- Allen and Greenough, New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges:
- Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge, Latin for Beginners. A beginner's text of the old style, in several formats. The HTML version is in several pieces.
- John Kirtland, Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles, A First Latin Reader. Simple stories for practice.
- Latin Background Studies, original studies and background essays on the Latin language by William Harris.
- About network search for "Latin"
- CSB/SJU Latin Language and Literature, from the Alcuin and Clemens Libraries.
- WORDS Latin-to-English & English-to-Latin Dictionary by William Whitaker
- At Perseus.
- A word list.
- Vocabula computatralia (Computer vocabulary).
- Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions from The American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy
Latin in use on the web
- Vox Romana, Nova Roma's own news broadcast.
- Grex Latine Loquentium, the greatest e-mail list for living Latin, where Latin is the only language allowed, and one can read the best Latin speakers the world over, and exchange messages with them.
- Nuntii Latini, current news in Latin, that can be read or even directly listened to.
- Ephemeris, on-line news, completely written in Latin and including numerous sections.
- WORDS downloadable version for many operating systems.
- KLATIN is part of the KDE Education Project. For Linux.
- Before You Know It Lite For Windows, Mac, PocketPC and Palm.
- Some Project Gutenberg texts are available in "Plucker" format. Plucker is a free text reader that works on PalmOS PDAs.
- For Linux software such as KLATIN, most users should use their "package manager" (apt-get, synaptic, YAST etc.)