Monthly Archives: February 2012

An example of a letter to the Grex Latine Loquentium, 20 April 2011

Dionysius Silvanus omnibus sodalibus s.d.p. Non desunt nostra aetate apud nos qui dicant Britanniam ante adventum belligerorum Romanorum insulam fuisse pacatissimam tranquillamque. Sunt qui credant Celtas tamquam innocuos vixisse graminivoros, immo sicut felices fortunatosque *hippies* qui rerum partitionem inter omnes … Continue reading

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Another attempt at Russian prose – about Birmingham

О Бирмингеме Город Бирмингем, вероятно, был основан в начале седьмого века лидером саксонских племён которого звали Беорма и которого последователи звали Беормингас, отсюда и название первоначальней деревни. Хотя во времена римлян был военный лагерь на месте современного Бирмингемского университета, на … Continue reading

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Mick Aston in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire

Mick Aston in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire

Mick Aston in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire, at a Romano-British crossroad settlement

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Dennis Wood in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire

Dennis Wood in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire

Dennis Wood in July 1964 at the excavations at Wall, Staffordshire, at a Romano-British crossroad settlement

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Writing in Latin

Writing in Latin Having survived and flourished for fifteen hundred years after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, writing in Latin is nowadays a dying art. Since the 1970s Latin prose composition has been taught less and less in … Continue reading

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