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Cambridge Latin Course resources

Cambridge Latin Course website
A variety of on-line resources to support the CLC text. Some are available, however, only to subscribers. Students of the Saskatoon Latin School will be given a subscription to the CLC on-line resources.
Cambridge University Press CLC website
Further resources in support of the Cambridge Latin Course textbook.
Vocabulary Games for the CLC
The name says it all. (Java required.)
Nugae Latinae
A variety of games devised to support study of the first unit in the CLC — in one way or another. (Java required.)

Just for fun

Vikipaedia
Wikipedia in Latin.

Latin language tools

Orbis Latinus
Links to essays on the history of the Latin language, a descriptive grammar, Latin texts, and other resources.
Words (Latin-English Dictionary Program)
A downloadable Latin-English dictionary, available for a variety of platforms. An on-line version is also available at: http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/showcase/wordsonline.html
SPQR app for iPod, iPad, iPhone
Gives you access to Lewis & Short's Latin Dictionary (the standard scholarly Latin dictionary in English through most of the 20th century) in an attractive format, plus a variety of other features (essays, drills, photos, Gibbon's Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire).
Lexidium app for iPod, iPad, iPhone
Gives you access to Lewis & Short's Latin Dictionary (the standard scholarly Latin dictionary in English through most of the 20th century), Whitaker's Words, and a parser to help you with those hard to figure out forms.

Study Guide to Wheelock's Latin by Dale A. Grote
Drills and explication of grammatical points designed for students in first-year Latin, based on Wheelock's popular text.
Textkit: Greek & Latin Learning Tools
An invaluable collection of downloadable Greek and Latin grammars, readers, and other aids, including such classics as Goodwin's Greek Grammar, Smyth's Greek Grammar, Allen & Greenough's New Latin Grammar, North & Hillard's Greek Prose Composition, and North & Hillard's Latin Prose Composition.

Latin versions of favourite books

Harrius Potter
The first two volumes of the Harry Potter series have been translated into Latin by Peter Needham: Harrius Potter et philosophi lapis and Harrius Potter et Camera Secretorum.
    — see in particular:
Sample Text
Glossary for chapter one of Harrius Potter et philosophi lapis
Grammatical commentary for chapter one of Harrius Potter et philosophi lapis
Winnie Ille Pu
An elegant Latin translation of Milne's beloved work.
Hobbitus Ille
Tolkien's The Hobbit in Latin.
Alicia in Terra Mirabili
We'll let you guess this one! (Hint: it involves a white rabbit.)
Cattus Petasatus
The Cat in the Hat in Latin.
Quomodo Invidiosulus Nomine Grinchus Christi Natalem Abrogaverit
How the Grinch Stole Christmas in Latin.
Virent Ova! Viret Perha!
Green Eggs and Ham in Latin.
Fabulae Mirabiles
Fairy Tales in Latin.
Easy Latin Crossword Puzzles 

Reading Latin aloud

Classical Language Instruction Project
Samples of Greek and Latin texts, both prose and poetry, read aloud by various scholars employing different styles of pronunciation.

Classics, Renaissance and Medieval Studies (CMRS) at the University of Saskatchewan

UofS Classical, Medieval, Renaissance Studies facebook page
A good way to make connections with people in the UofS CMRS program (faculty, current students, alumni) and find out about events (seminars, etc.). Also posts links to various items related to CMRS in the popular media.
Comitatus: UofS Classical, Medieval, Renaissance Studies student group
Connect with students in the CMRS program and find out about upcoming student events.
UofS Classical, Medieval, Renaissance Studies website
Information about the CMRS program, courses, activities, and faculty.
LATIN 112/113 Resource Pages (UofS)
Exercises and background material for John Porter's 1st- and 2nd-year Latin courses at the U of S.

More Classics resources

Rogue Classicism
A blog that presents interesting links to things Classical in the news and on the Web.

Useful Resources for Students of Classics/CMRS
Links to various scholarly and pedagogical resources on the Web.
The Perseus Project
A multi-media library that allows the user to access an immense variety of material relevant to the study of ancient Greece. Numerous images and descriptions of vases, architecture, sites, and coins are available on-line as well as a wide array of texts (in both Greek and English) and philological tools. One of the most extensive and complex sites on the WWW.
    — includes:
On-line Perseus Greek/Latin Texts (most with English translation)
Anne Mahoney, Overview of Latin Syntax
On-Line Lewis and Short Latin Lexicon (entries limited to words that appear in the current selection of Perseus Latin Texts)
Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

AP Latin: Vergil
Advanced Placement Latin: Vergil is an examination offered by the College Board (an institution in the US) as part of its Advanced Placement Program. This program allows high school students to qualify for university credit in specific courses, even in Canada.