Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Learn the Latin Language - 60 Books on CDrom


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Contents of Disks (created on a Windows computer):

A Rational Grammar of Latin 1831 by JT Phillips

Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar 1916

An Elementary Latin Dictionary by Charlton Lewis 1918

Certain Sources of Corruption in Latin Manuscripts 1904

A Method of Instruction in Latin (Grammar) 1875 by Allen and Greenough

Latin for Beginners by BL d'Ooge 1911

Latin Grammar 1875

Syntax of Early Latin - Vol. 1, The Cases by Charles Bennett 1910

Syntax of Early Latin - Vol. 2, The Cases by Charles Bennett 1910

Old Latin Biblical Texts - Codex Corbeiensis by ES Buchanan 1907

The Latin Language - Sounds, Stems and Flexions by WM Lindsay 1894

The Oldest Manuscript of the Vulgate Gospels Deciphered and Edited

New Latin Grammar by Charles Bennett 1918

A Complete Latin Grammar by Albert Harkness 1898

Primary Latin Book containing introductory lessons and exercises in Latin prose composition with a complete synopsis of accidence and syntax by Adam Carruthers 1892

An Introduction to Latin Prose Composition With a Complete Course of Exercises by Charles Anthon 1842

Latin Lessons and Tables by CS Richards 1859

A complete Latin course for the first year by Albert Harkness

The New American Latin Grammar, Or, A Complete Introduction to the Latin Tongue by Edward Rigg 1807

On Principles and Methods in Latin syntax by EP Morris 1901

First Latin reader by Jared Scudder 1897

New Latin Tutor by FP Leverrett 1831



EASY LATIN STORIES FOR BEGINNERS by George Bennett 1876

Essentials of Latin for Beginners - Henry Pearson

An Easy Method for Beginners in Latin by A Harkness 1890

Short Latin Syntax by W. Ihne 1869

Beginning Latin: an Introduction by way of English to the Latin language 1919

Preparatory Latin Course in English by WC Wilkinson 1883

College Latin Course in English WC Wilkinson 1886

Latin Prose through English Idiom by Edwin Abbott 1876

An Etymological and Explanatory Dictionary of Words Derived from the Latin by Richard Harrison Black 1825

A Help to Latin Grammar by Josiah Wright 1855

The Latin in English - first lessons in Latin with special reference to the etymology of English words of Latin origin by HP Judson 1896

Riddle's Questions on Latin style so far as relates to the use and quality of words 1849

Manipulus Vocabulorum: A Dictionary of English and Latin Words, Arranged in Alpahabetical Order of the Last Syllables by Peter Levens 1867

English Words with Native Roots and with Greek, Latin, Or Romance Suffixes by George Albert Nicholson 1916

Elements of Latin pronunciation for the use of students in Language, Law, Medicine, Zoology, Botany, and the Sciences generally in which Latin words are used by SS Haldemann 1851

A Dictionary of Musical Terms containing upwards of 9,000 English, French, German, Italian, Latin, and Greek words by T Baker 1895

The Shakespearian Referee, a Cyclopædia of 400 words, Obsolete and Modern, occurring in the plays of Shakespeare to which are added, translations of all the Latin, French, Italian and Spanish words occuring in the plays by JH Stocqueler 1886

A Complete Etymology of the English Language containing the Anglo-Saxon, French, Dutch, German, Welsh, Danish, Gothic, Swedish, Gaelic, Italian, Latin, and Greek roots by WW Smith 1895

Writing Latin by John Barss 1902

Introductory Latin Book b A. Harkness 1879

Grammar of the Latin language by Leonhard Schmitz 1862

Grammar of the Latin language by CG Zumpf 1862

Latin Philology by Clarence Meader 1910

Latin Language examination questions by H. MARMADUKE HEWITT 1877

Latin Composition by B Gildersleeve 1899

Latin Pronunciation and the Latin Alphabet by Leonhard Tafel 1860

The Restored Pronunciation of Greek and Latin

The First Twelve Psalms in Hebrew and Latin by William Baillie 1843

A Complete Latin Course with Rules, Exercises and Vocabularies by J Wright 1878

A General Vocabulary of Latin by Joseph Henry Allen 1872


Latin Vocabulary of Cognates and Derivatives by James Malcolm Kendall 1919

Latin delectus with a Vocabulary by Charles Selby Oakley 1872

Latin Grammar for Beginners combining the analytic and synthetic methods, containing the inflections, the more important principles of syntax, exercises, models for parsing and analysis, and vocabulary by Samuel Ammen 1876

Gradatim, an easy Latin translation book for beginners by HR Heatley 1892

Easy passages for translation into Latin by John Sargent 1876

Easy exercises on the Latin Syntax by William Smith 1891

Vie Latina - An Easy Latin Reader by William Collar 1897

Easy Latin for Sight Reading by Benjamin Leonard D 'Ooge 1897

A New Practical and Easy Method of Learning the Latin Language by AH Monteith 1897

Easy Latin and Greek Passages for Practice in Unseen Translation by J.A. Turner 1885

Smaller Grammar of the Latin Language by William Smith 1867

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1 comment:

  1. Top 10 Reasons for Studying Latin, by Cheryl Lowe

    #1
    Latin is the next step after phonics.
    #2
    Half of our English vocabulary is made up of Latin words and roots.
    #3
    Latin provides the root words for all of the modern sciences.
    #4
    Latin is the language of law, government, logic, and theology.
    #5
    Latin is the most efficient way to learn English grammar.
    #6
    Latin is the best preparation for learning any language.
    #7
    Latin effectively develops and trains the mind.
    #8
    Latin aids the mind in other ways ...
    #9
    Latin is transformative.
    #10
    Latin is the language of Western Civilization.

    http://www.memoriapress.com/articles/top-10-reasons-studying-latin

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