Classics Language Resources
Salve! (/ ˈsælvi/ ) γειά σου! (/ʝa
SOU/ ) שלום (/ʃaˈlom/)
Welcome to the Classics Page! Here you will find every antiquity your heart desires!
There are resources for every classical language offered here at Willamette University, along with enthusiastic staffers who will help you find solutions for Ancient Greek, Ancient Hebrew, and even Latin language problems. At the LLC, the Classics stand among the modern romance languages in every respect.
The LLC offers various software programs such as Rosetta Stone, Bibleworks and Gramma for your independent language learning.
Bring some friends and come over to the World Languages Studio (Ford 101) to check out our new Classics board games!
LLC Classics Blog
Halloween stories from Petronius’ “Satyricon” Every Latin student should know the wonderful Halloween stories in Petronius’ satyrical novel, the Satyricon (ch. 61-62). During a dinner party in honor of an itinerant scholar and two of his students, the nouveau riche host, Trimalchio, and his fellow freedman, Niceros, entertain the guests with funny stories of werewolves and corpse-stealing witches. Check out [...]
Upcoming CASA Lecture: Archaeology and the Death and Burial of Jesus Thursday, Nov. 8th 7:30 PM *WU Campus : Rogers Music Center : Hudson Concert Hall Dr. Jodi Magness Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill In this slide-illustrated lecture, we survey Jewish tombs and burial customs in Jerusalem in the time of Jesus, and consider the archaeological and literary evidence for [...]
Event Reminder! Lecture Tomorrow! The Body Beautiful in Ancient Greece: Greek and Roman Artworks Travel to Oregon! 7:30pm Oct. 25th, College of Law, Paulus Lecture Hall(201) Dr. Ann M. Nicgorski- Chair and Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Willamette University