The Latin language and related subjects

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Created on: 25 Nov 2007
Surging from the Latium valley in Central Italy, this abundant and complicated language was spoken by some of the greatest men of the ancient world and was an international language for over a...

Linguam Latinam in primis incolae Latii locuti sunt. Ista regio parva fuit, fama est urbem Romam a Romulo Remoque in istis locis, ubi expositi erant, anno DCCLIII a.C.n. conditam esse. Roma antiqua, cuius caput urbs Roma fuit, duodecim saecula mutata est et multi praeclari homines hac lingua usi sunt..

Lingua Latina, tametsi Imperium Romanum dissolutum est, aeterna sicut urbs Romae est. Hodie lingua docendi, Romanae ecclesiae, iurisprudentiae scientiaeque est et linguae Francogallica, Hispanica, Italica etc. e sermone vulgari venerant.

Vivat lingua Latina!

P.S. This group is open not only for those who can speak or write in Latin but also for anyone who wants to learn the language or discuss anything related to the classical antiquity.

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  • Skipari

    Salvete! Amicos musicae latinae vere commendo greges magnificos "Synaulia" et "Musica Romana". Musicam antiquitatis reconstructam canunt; quoque hos conectamus. :)

    25 Feb 2011 Reply
  • TheArtistBox

    if any one has any artists that speak latin please may you tell me in my shoutbox.

    25 Oct 2010 Reply
  • firsthope

    Latin Language is one of the oldest language and it is the root of Europian languages :=) and it sounds very nice and fascinating :=)

    16 May 2010 Reply
  • MetalCrusade

    You should also add Ex Deo to connected artists

    9 Mar 2010 Reply
  • MetalCrusade

    Ave vobis ! I finally found a latin group. Unfortunatly I can't speak latin ( yet ) though I'd like to. Hopefully that does change soon ;D I'm doing my very best.

    15 Feb 2010 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    yup, and the best recent dictionaries are in English, like Oxford Latin Dictionary. But the best subject literature still remains written in deutsch. They are like creators of classic filology. And most editions of ancient texts are their work.

    12 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Kolo-vorot

    Too late for Latin to help learning English. But it is possible for English to help learning Latin, there is much literature in English.

    10 Dec 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    added , thanks ;). And if i may make any advice, don't abbandon latin! It could help even during learning english. But, i admitt, every beginnings are difficult, but give it a try :). 'omne principium difficile est' . I am cheerfully supprised that this group remains among those 'living ones', valete omnes!

    8 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Kolo-vorot

    Hello. I am less than absolute beginner in the Latin language. I am 20 now, and I remember that at the age of 7 I wanted to go to the Latin-specialized school. But my parents decided to send my to English-specialized school. So, I still want to learn Latin... You can add Corvus Corax.

    4 Dec 2009 Reply
  • c4t2007

    Latin should be taught more.

    17 Jun 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    the low level of Latin is all about to learn some tables with coniugations and declensions. But some complicated grammar structures unfortunnetly require a mentor later...

    4 Apr 2009 Reply
  • marzipanna

    I've always wanted to learn Latin :)

    4 Apr 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    ave, nice to see new members, feel free to suggests anything, bands as Hugo, or new threads, etc. I reccomend to write also in following threads ;p

    27 Mar 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    Ave, ave. Gaudeo te videns, atque non minus alias personas, quae se adiunxere.

    12 Mar 2009 Reply
  • AngelSmuschenie

    Ave, discipuli et magistra! Moritura te salutat. :)

    23 Feb 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    I suggest to add 'Corpus Delicti', 'Opera Multi Steel", 'Peccatum', 'In Excelsis', 'Sui Generis Umbra', 'Violet Stigmata' as related bands.

    23 Feb 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    Ita. Visitantes non Haesitamus, sed scribentes non properamus ;p

    11 Feb 2009 Reply
  • dobryjanusz

    Nolite 'Rammstein' audire. :)

    2 Feb 2009 Reply
  • punkfloyd

    gratias tibi ago. my days of latin are, alas, long gone and I have forgotten much. nonetheless, I am a roman archaeologist, so this should be fun!

    30 Jan 2009 Reply
  • punkfloyd

    this group is awesome! I never though it'd exist in :)

    30 Jan 2009 Reply
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