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MERLOT II


    

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Latin Language and Literature

by Michael Hendry
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Description:
Resources for Latin students

Authorized users only:


1.

The Perseus Digital Library


Added 11/24/2009
A massive site full of primary and secondary sources. Not always easy to find your way around in, but well worth the trouble.
2.

Forum Romanum


Added 11/24/2009
Another huge site, particularly useful for finding Latin texts and translations.
3.

LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World


Added 11/24/2009
This site does not attempt to cover all Latin authors, like Forum Romanum, or all the important Greek and Latin authors, like Perseus, but is very useful for what it does cover. Texts are mostly prose non-fiction, but include the Elder Pliny and Suetonius.
4.

Silver Muse Project


Added 11/24/2009
Where Lacus Curtius is mostly prose, this is all poetry, and silver poetry at that.
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