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Latin Language and Literature

Bookmark Collection:  Latin Language and Literature

Bookmark Collection Description:
Resources for Latin students
Date Added to MERLOT: November 24, 2009
Created by: Michael Hendry
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Delete item The Perseus Digital Library from this Bookmark Collection
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A massive site full of primary and secondary sources. Not always easy to find your way... More
Delete item Forum Romanum from this Bookmark Collection
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Another huge site, particularly useful for finding Latin texts and translations.
Delete item LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World from this Bookmark Collection
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This site does not attempt to cover all Latin authors, like Forum Romanum, or all the... More
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Where Lacus Curtius is mostly prose, this is all poetry, and silver poetry at that.