Reading Plutarch and getting lost in the place names? Looking for the best and cheapest maps for studying the Ancient World? Read on for resources!
See a side-by-side comparison of the most common Plutarch translations currently available in English. Make an informed decision about what kind of English prose you prefer as you sit at the feet of the master biographer.
Do you use Latin names in your classroom? I just started to, but I like the practice and will keep doing it as long as I’m allowed to teach in person.
Latin dictionaries can be found on desks, online, and on our phones. What’s the best Latin dictionary for you? It depends on your Latin needs…
Why did Livy pick up his pen and write history? What is he trying to teach his contemporaries? What can we learn from Livy?
Over the last few years, I’ve found a great way to set up my class to maximize retention and fun—all while teaching Latin! What do you do in your classroom?
Dragon has an intriguing etymology that has to do with sight and traces all the way back to the Homeric epics. Can you stand the sight of a dragon?
Quid est veritas? A good question, dear reader! We explore its etymology from three directions.