Online resources for Latin
Revision as of 15:27, 22 December 2008 by Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus
- Longum iter est per praecepta, breve et efficax per exempla (Seneca)
- Textkit is a collection of texts, resources, services and tutorials for both Latin and Greek. Textkit is the Internet's largest provider of free and fully downloadable Greek and Latin grammars and readers. There are also many other areas of Textkit which can help you learn Greek and Latin. There is a Forum where you can meet and learn Greek and Latin with other learners. There are study groups where you can move through a textbook at a set schedule with others. With a newsletter subscription you can download a collection of Greek and Latin answer keys. Textkit Vocabulary lets you can create entirely free online vocabulary courses complete with quizzes.
- The LatinStudy List
- The LatinStudy List 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. It is shared by multiple study groups. There are typically several levels of beginners' groups as well as advanced groups translating passages from, say, Caesar or Vergil, and some composition groups reviewing grammar. A coordinator sets the group's agenda, then collects and collates assignments. These collations, or side-by-side listings of each group member's answers or translations, are posted directly to the list for discussion. Most questions are answered by the other list members, not necessarily those in your study group. This mix of experience levels, where people switch between the roles of student and instructor, makes the list a particularly effective learning environment and contributes to a sense of community.
- 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!
- Schola is the on line social network for listeners of the Latinum podcast (see below) where Latin only is permitted ("Qvidqvid igitur aliter qvam latīnē compositum dēlēbitur") and beginners need not fear to be lectured over errors ("Scripta autem aliēna nōlīte corrigere, nisi auctor auxilium petit").
- Latin for Mountain Men: A short course in practical Latin
- A tutorial that is good for beginners or as an easy refresher.
- Latin Online
- A well-organized and comprehensive tutorial designed along modern lines. Authentic texts are introduced immediately. From The Linguistics Research Center at the the University of Texas at Austin.
- Latin for e-mail
- Nova Roma's own brief introduction for absolute beginners not only shows how to frame messages with Latin greetings but also gently introduces some basic grammar principles.
- Latin phrasebook
- A Nova Roman Latin phrasebook with some essential expressions.
- Category:Latin grammar
- Our introduction into elementary Latin grammar with many examples and in a practical approach.
- Interactive Latin
- From The Open University "If you are learning Latin word endings, this site is for you! You can quiz yourself on noun, verb and adjective endings. The words you will meet are key vocabulary items which feature in most beginner's courses." Be sure to set your preferences (look in the menu).
See: Academia Thules
- G. J. Adler (1858), A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language; with Perpetual Exercises in Speaking and Writing In excellent quality PDF on Google Books. N.B. This book may be downloaded or read online.
- 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. 
- 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.
- EUdict EUdict (European dictionary) is collection of several online dictionaries for languages spoken in European Community or in countries that will become members of European Community. Includes English to and from Latin, Croatian to and from Latin.
- 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
- Vox Romana
- Nova Roma's own news broadcast. English and Latin.
- Learn Latin through this podcast. The website has very complete resources. The lessons make use of the Adler text, above. Latin is spoken in the Restored Classical Pronunciation.
- Latin Poetry Podcast
- Read and listen to Latin poetry on their blog, or subscribe to the RSS feed.
- 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. A new podcast feed is now available.
- Ephemeris, on-line news, completely written in Latin and including numerous sections.
- Before You Know It Lite For Windows, Mac, PocketPC and Palm.
Resources for languages other than English that do not (yet) have a namespace here.
- http://www.ut.ee/klassik/dict/index_lat.html Latin/Estonian dictionary.
- http://www.eudict.com/index.php EUdict (above) has a Latin/Croatian dictionary.
- ↑ 1.1 1.2 1.3 Some Project Gutenberg texts are available in "Plucker" format. Plucker is a free text reader that works on PalmOS PDAs.
- ↑ 2.1 2.2 For Linux software such as KLATIN, most users should use their "package manager" (apt-get, synaptic, YAST etc.)