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Publius Vergilius Maro was born on the Ides of October, 2086 years ago last weekend. His work, the Aeneid in particular, is always with me—I
I confess that, for much of my high school teaching career, I’ve had reservations about giving project assignments to my Latin students. Latin language and
As the school year has brought itself into full swing for many folk in New England, a lot of us are finding that time is
Collegis peramantibus Linguae Latinae Stephanus SPD! I hope that you are returning to your academic responsibilities well rested and refreshed, in part from some time
This first article offers selections from a description of the Roman Empire by one Chinese author of the third century AD, and how the Chinese view
We come again to the month of Juno, and in addition to inputting final grades, throwing out old projects, cleaning up the classroom, and checking