Fautoritas Linguae Latinae Fautoritas Culturarum Classicarum

Ut sequaris o-eheu in Tumblr Preme ut me sequaris!

O, Eheu!

Apr
24

Levels of Tumblr.

ficcyshit:

egoraptoir:

helioscentrifuge:

1 follower = egg

10-40 followers = hatchling

50-99 followers = baby dragon

100-349 followers = dragon

350-500 followers = still a dragon

501-799 followers =  mega dragon

800- 4,999 followers = super hella dragon

5000+ followers = UNHOLY OFFSPRING OF LIGHTNING AND DEATH 

These are the legit numbers.

im a mega dragon hoh yes

I’m about to evolve! Into…

still a dragon.

…Okay.

Draco magnus sumus!

We are a mega dragon!

-Beniaminus

(Source: meltedbunny, via mythologyhotspot)

Annotationes: dragons latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
24

SCHOLA

Guys, get on Schola right now! I’m chatting with a dude entirely in Latin and it’s awesome! Come join us!

-Beniaminus

Annotationes: latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
24


Mane
Animo Aequo
et
Examina Finalia Tua
Feliciter Sustine

-Beniaminus
~~~
gurl:

8 Things You Need To Do Before Finals To Get An A

Mane

Animo Aequo

et

Examina Finalia Tua

Feliciter Sustine

-Beniaminus

~~~

gurl:

8 Things You Need To Do Before Finals To Get An A

Annotationes: keep calm final exams latin latin language lingua latina latin translation tagamemnon

Apr
24

interretialia:

o-eheu:

Fun fact! This word combines three Latin roots!
ecce- » From ecce "Look! See! Behold!"
dent- » From dens “tooth”
-iast » From -ista, suffix indicating profession
Put together, eccedentesiast means one who says “Look! Teeth!”
-Beniaminus


It’s also oddly formed.
Eccedentist seems much more friendly to the word elements—friendly in the same sense as the word elements are in strange words like Quodsemelarripides (quod semel arripit + -ides).

Agreed. Even from first glance the word seemed strangely formed.
-Beniaminus

interretialia:

o-eheu:

Fun fact! This word combines three Latin roots!

  • ecce- » From ecce "Look! See! Behold!"
  • dent- » From dens “tooth”
  • -iast » From -ista, suffix indicating profession

Put together, eccedentesiast means one who says “Look! Teeth!”

-Beniaminus

It’s also oddly formed.

Eccedentist seems much more friendly to the word elements—friendly in the same sense as the word elements are in strange words like Quodsemelarripides (quod semel arripit + -ides).

Agreed. Even from first glance the word seemed strangely formed.

-Beniaminus

(Source: mostbeautifulquotes)

Annotationes: eccedentesiast latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
24

Facile Est!

interretialia:

lostinposhlost:

o-eheu:

interretialia:

lostinposhlost:

How do you join the Latin fandom I want to join I am a great fan of Latin

Facile est! Just post and promote Latin!

Salve!
-Beniaminus

Tam fervidam acceptionem non sperabam! Commota sum

Bene! We tend to be very welcoming.

Assentior! I agree!

-Beniaminus

Annotationes: latin fandom latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
24

Facile Est!

interretialia:

lostinposhlost:

How do you join the Latin fandom I want to join I am a great fan of Latin

Facile est! Just post and promote Latin!

Salve!
-Beniaminus

Annotationes: lostinposhlot latin fandom latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
23

Fun fact! This word combines three Latin roots!
ecce- » From ecce "Look! See! Behold!"
dent- » From dens “tooth”
-iast » From -ista, suffix indicating profession
Put together, eccedentesiast means one who says “Look! Teeth!”
-Beniaminus

Fun fact! This word combines three Latin roots!

  • ecce- » From ecce "Look! See! Behold!"
  • dent- » From dens “tooth”
  • -iast » From -ista, suffix indicating profession

Put together, eccedentesiast means one who says “Look! Teeth!”

-Beniaminus

(Source: mostbeautifulquotes)

Annotationes: eccedentesiast latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
23

interretialia:

Okay:
A-P-E-S

O, Diaphane. You sassy!
-Beniaminus

interretialia:

Okay:

A-P-E-S

O, Diaphane. You sassy!

-Beniaminus

(Source: latin-student-problems)

Annotationes: latin student problems spelling bees latin latin language lingua latina tagamemnon

Apr
23

romeingshutter:

Senatus Populusque Romanus 
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Milano, Italia 

romeingshutter:

Senatus Populusque Romanus 

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Milano, Italia 

(via academia-classica)

Annotationes: spqr roman art ancient rome tagamemnon latin latin language lingua latina

Apr
23

A Brief List of Resources for Classical Studies:

fyeahgreekmythology:

c-aesarion:

TOSC-IN:

  • A database enabling you to search for keywords in article titles from c.160 Classics related journals. Provides a link to an abstract or full text version if one exists online.

Classical and Medieval History:

  • Annotated list of Reference Websites

Diotima: Women and Gender in the Ancient World

  • Online database and resources for studying Women and Gender in the ancient world.

Encyclopedia of the Hellenic World:

  • "Original electronic project aiming at collecting, recording, documenting, presenting and promoting the historical data that testify to the presence of Hellenic culture throughout time and space."

Perseus Digital Library:

  • A showcase of digital and print resources for Classical studies. 

World Archaeology:

  • Books, Magazines, Blogs, Travel. All Archaeology related.

Akropolis World News:

  • The news of the world in Ancient Greek- a great way to learn and practice the language. 

House of Ptolomy:

  • Portal website on the Ptolomatic (holla!) Empire. 

Star Myths and Constellation Lore:

  • Information website about the above. 

Virgil.com:

  • Basically a portal site and resource for information on all things Virgil. 

Homerica:

  • Portal and Resource. Link is in French, but you can have the website translated to any language. 

Exploring Ancient World Culture:

  • "On-line course supplement for students and teachers of the ancient and medieval worlds."

Subject Centre for History, Classics, and Archaeology:

The Iris Project:

  • "an educational charity introducing the languages and culture of the ancient world to UK state schools in order to enrich the curriculum."

Roman Law Resources

  • " information on Roman law sources and literature, the teaching of Roman law, and the persons who study Roman law."

Egyptology Resources

  • "World Wide Web resource for Egyptological information."

ABZU:

  • "guide to networked open access data relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East and the Ancient Mediterranean world."

Resource Lists by School: All links are to Classics, or Antiquities portals for more resource lists. 

Text Databases [Via Oxford]:

Gateways:

NOTE: So I compiled a list of some of my favorite classics sites to use. I also put in links to other school’s departments and libraries. Almost all Universities which have Classics departments have resources lists. If you want to add to the list, please do!

All of the schools above have much more extensive lists for you to use! I made this list in little over half an hour, so there is much room to be expanded on. 

for those interested in pursuing greek myth more thoroughly!

(via academia-classica)

Annotationes: classics tagamemnon ancient greece ancient rome latin latin language lingua latina