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From: Kai Thurfors <>
Subject: Medieval Latin
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 1996 21:30:58 GMT
There are now and then Latin translations discussed in this group.
I am interested in learning more Latin for 'genealogical purposes', so
last year I became a member of a Latin study group centered around
a list server in Colorado. I have found the discussions there very useful.
I take the liberty of attaching to this message a letter from one of the
founders of the group, John Snowfield.
The reading course offerings will include not only Classical Latin but
also Medieval Latin. I am interested in learning more Medieval Latin and
I am trying to locate others, so that we can have a strong 'medieval
strain' going. The Latin List activities are fun!
From: J. Snowfield <>
My apologies for cross-posting but your list struck me as one that might
have members interested in Latin.
A year ago a number of us undertook the study of Latin. We will complete
a year of grammar at the end of June and after a few weeks vacation plan
to reconstitute as a reading course offering weekly easy, intermediate
and more difficult readings for translation and discussion. One would pick
from this menu the level most appropriate.
We also offer aid either for those working individually, or those who
would wish to start a Latin study group.
If you are interested in subscribing, write
with the message subscribe latin <your full name> or if you would like more
information write to me, John Snowfield, .
We have had a lot of fun and invite you to share with us the pleasures
of the Latin language and literature.
|Medieval Latin by Kai Thurfors <>|