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
Helpful Latin Study Sites Hello All, This is a site that I use to study Latin. It has a bunch of Latin games that were created by teachers around the world and shared in this community. The website for Latin Games (and you can search for specific ones) is http://www.quia.com/shared/latin/ Some of the ones I have found useful are the following [...]
Poets Wanted Did your reading of Homer, Vergil, or any other classical author happen to inspire your own poetry? If yes, the magazine Tellus out of the UK would love to see your work: Tellus is an annual magazine which celebrates the rich use of the classical past in contemporary poetry; http://www.tellusmagazine.co.uk/. Poetry submissions for Issue 5 are [...]
Left-Handed Gladiators While on a study tour in Greece and Turkey this summer, I saw many beautiful artifacts depicting Roman gladiators. While all of these artifacts were fascinating, the most interesting ones that I found were two gladiator grave stelae in the Istanbul Archeological Museum that depicted left-handed gladiators. With the first stele (labeled “A”), it is easy [...]