Curriculum Links: Latin Resources

by Lynne Schalman and Steve Bergen
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Last revised 12/23/07

Poetry Recital was created for (and by) the classics teaching staff at Harvard to help students grasp the vital performative aspect of ancient literature. Selections were chosen because of their inclusion in various Harvard introductory-level language courses, as an aid to pronunciation and meter.

Vergil Text and Resources was created by University Of Pennsylvania as a resource for studying the Aeniad. Enter a book and line number and then have access to hypertext with either commentary or definitions or a concordance

Internet Workbook for the Oxford Latin Course presents chapter by chapter activities.

Quia allows teachers to create their own vocabulary and grammar drills with hangman, flashcards, matching and other games and it then allows students access to those drills or to games created by other teachers.

Perseus Texts for browsing Latin is from the Tufts University Perseus site with Latin hypertext and some English versions of Caesar, Catullus, Cicero, Hirtius, Horace, Livey, Ovid, Plautus, Serviues and Virgil.

Bulfinch's Mythology provides a hypertext version of The Age of Fable.