Welcome to the Resource Page for "Lingua Latina et Graeca". This page contains an archive-list of all the podcasts that have appeared on lingualatinaetgraeca.mypodcast.com, ordered according to their sources. Right clicking on the relevant mp3 file will allow you to download that file directly from the mypodcast.com site.
This site is mainly a legacy site for files I recorded several years ago
Details of any new work well be found on my main blog Compliant Subversity. I have also started a second blog which contains both short diary entries in Latin, as well as uploads of things I am working on in Greek and Latin, which can be found at cotidie
This page will continue to remain here so that if you want any of these things, they don't disappear.
"A Greek Boy at Home" files containing readings from a graded continuous reader written by W.H.D. Rouse, and published in 1909 (as far as I can establish). These files were originally prepared for a podcast site. A scanned .pdf file of this text, and the vocabulary is available: A Greek Boy at Home Vocabulary for A Greek Boy at Home
I am not entirely sure how much these map the readings.
"Greek via Kendrick" files contain lessons from Asahel C. Kendrick's 'Greek Ollendorf' from 1851. You can download this book from Google Books, either by searching for "Greek Ollendorf Kendrick", or by following this link
"Intensive Oral Latin" files are another resource I am experimenting with. They are based quite derivatively from the FSI language courses, and consist of a series of oral drills in Latin. I recommend looking at the accompanying lesson-transcripts, as there is no English on the recording, and then listening through again without the English.
Links Latinum - Evan Millner's Latinum is the best Latin podcast on the web.
Please feel free to contact me with suggestions, experiences, findings, etc., and help me to make excellent materials for bringing the standard of Latin and Ancient Greek to a very high level indeed.
Many thanks to all who are supporting this project, and the kind help that has been offered. Not everything here is perfect, but I am striving to improve the materials, just as I hope you are striving to learn the ancient tongues of Greek and Latin as well as you can (and as I myself continue to do so).
If you wish to contact me, please email me at: seumas at jeltzz.com
Alternatively, I am usually happy to chat on Skype
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