Links for the study of Latin and Medieval Latin
Unverstiy Medieval Latin Course with links, syllabus, and resources: This is
the syllabus, required readings, and background for Introduction to Medieval Latin, a
course at Georgetown University. It gives a very good definition of Medieval Latin
and explains the uses and importance of Latin in the Middle Ages. Links to Latin
resources on the web are also provided, including Bibles in Latin, French, and
German, grammar aids, lexical aids, the Labyrinth Latin Library, and literary works
such as the Letters of Abelard and Heloise
culture resources: This page of the Labyrinth database provides links to
resources for various dimensions of studying Latin. These include articles on Latin
texts and culture, language study resources and reference tools, teaching resources, the
Bryn Mawr classical and medieval reviews, and the Vatican library.
and Greenough Latin Grammar on Perseus database: This is a very extensive web
version of Allen and Greenoughs Latin Grammar. Divided into three parts (words
and forms, syntax, and prosody), the site includes information on the Latin alphabet,
parts of speech, grammatical forms, syntax, meter and form. Medieval Women Writers
features direct links to sections of the Allen and Greenough site that deal with
particular grammar problems presented in the readings.
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