Horatius: Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
Ovidius: Qui non est hodie cras minus aptus erit.

(Horace: Seize the day, trust as little as possible in tomorrow.
Ovid: He who is not prepared today will be less so tomorrow.)


Catullus LVIII–The Movie

Flavius, a fully-character Macintosh and Windows font family with macrons (revised 10/23/99)

Study aids for Oxford Latin Course, Parts I & II, plus vocabulary-building software


Roman virtues...

A participant on the Oxford Latin mailing list came up with this idea, which I gleefully stole. This is a poster of what I think are the ten most valuable Roman virtues. It’s stored as a letter-sized PDF file, and it should print nicely on any color printer.


Here is a nice Carmina Burana site.

Here is a fun study site for the Oxford Latin Course books. Another fun study site.

The book English Grammar for Students of Latin by Normal Goldman and Ladislas Szymanski is a helpful guide to Latin grammatical concepts using examples from English. ISBN: 0-934034-19-2 or 0-934034-03-6; Dewey: 478.2421 G569e; Amazon has it for $12.95.

Links to many Latin resources: Latin Online. Latin bookstore: ETM Books.
You can find MP3 recordings of Latin poetry here.

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Errors and amendments: Greg Swann