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Nîmes : découvrez la construction du musée de la romanité en accéléré

Nîmes : découvrez la construction du musée de la romanité en accéléré | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it
Le chantier du futur musée de la romanité bat son plein derrière les palissades de l'îlot Gril. Le bâtiment et la muséographie qui ont été conçus par Elizabeth de Portzamparc, et Christia

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Samuel Beckett, le roi de l'absurde - Rolling Stone

Samuel Beckett, le roi de l'absurde - Rolling Stone | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it
Samuel Beckett est né à Dublin il y a 110 ans. Un anniversaire célébré sur rollingstone.fr

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Latin inspired the standard for all poetry - Telegraph.co.uk

Latin inspired the standard for all poetry - Telegraph.co.uk | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it

Telegraph.co.uk Latin inspired the standard for all poetry Telegraph.co.uk As Fitzgerald himself puts it, “Latin speaks to us, paradoxically, in a language that is no longer spoken.” So when we are trying to work out what it is saying we must...


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Las vías romanas XVIII y XIX/XX del Itinerario de Antonino, pasaban junto a Las Médulas

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Toral de Merayo, León: Trinchera romana inédita de 5 metros de altura y más de 200 metros de longitud en la vía descrita en las rutas XIX/XX del Itinerario de… (REHA: Las vías romanas XVIII y XIX/XX del Itinerario de Antonino, pasaban junto...

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Women use misogynistic terms on Twitter almost as often as men (Wired UK)

Women use misogynistic terms on Twitter almost as often as men (Wired UK) | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it
An analysis of online misogyny reveals that many thousands of women are willing to engage in discourses using language and launching attacks that are, fundamentally, derogatory to their own gender

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malek's curator insight, May 17, 2014 11:43 AM

Friendly misogyny, just for gags.

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British Library puts 1,200 'literary treasures' on new website

British Library puts 1,200 'literary treasures' on new website | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it

From Brontë childhood writings to press coverage of Oscar Wilde's trial, 'greatest literary treasures' put online in what will be the largest digital English literature resource.


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La titulature impériale de la colonne Trajane à Rome (113 ap. J.-C.)

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Antonin le Pieux : dédicace du mausolée d'Hadrien à Rome (139 ap. J.-C.)

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PHILOSOPHIES ET PRATIQUES DES HUMANITÉS: séance inaugurale

PHILOSOPHIES ET PRATIQUES DES HUMANITÉS dans les universités montréalaises. Cohabitation interculturelle ou chasse gardée ? Eftihia Mihelakis, chargée de pro...
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Latin Language Makes Comeback Thanks to Pink Floyd and Pope

Latin Language Makes Comeback Thanks to Pink Floyd and Pope | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it
BY CLAUDIO LAVANGA
ROME — From Facebook to Pink Floyd and Google to Harry Potter, long-dead Latin is enjoying something of a modern renaissance.

Some students in Rome speak the language all day, and one band has even produced an album in the mother tongue of Julius Caesar.

Nor is the language confined to dusty books: Google Translate now has a Latin setting, and Facebook's 1.2 billion users can choose Latin as their default language, where on logging in they are asked "Quid in animo tuo est" ("What's in your mind").

More than 3,000 people have subscribed to a new online monthly magazine called "Hebdomada Aenigmatum" which features crosswords, Sudoku and other puzzles in the long-dead language used by ancient Roman emperors and philosophers.

Translating clues for "linea traversa" (across) and "ad perpendiculum" (down) is as much a challenge as solving them (7 Across: "tradunt paridem veneri fructum aureum donavisse," anyone?). But the publication has become an unexpected hit with its readers, who are known as "Latin Lovers."

Fint Floyd, a cover band based in the city of Ferrara, obtained permission from British group Pink Floyd to translate and perform the landmark album "Dark Side of the Moon" in Latin. While "Occulta Lunae Pars" will not ring a bell to most, they said their first concert late last month was a success.

"The idea came from the band's guitarist, who wrote a thesis at university in which she compared the texts of philosophers like Seneca and Horatius with the lyrics of 'Dark Side of the Moon'," the band's manager Nicola De Cristoforo told NBC News. "We love Latin and want to show that it can still be contemporary, and is as melodic as English. [The song] 'Pecunia' sounds just as good as 'Money'."

At Rome's Accademina Vivarium Novum, Latin is a lot more than "ludum" — or a game — for students. It's the only college in the world where Latin is the only language spoken inside and outside the classrooms.

"After the fall of the Roman Empire Latin continued to be the language used by philosophers, scientists, scholars and intellectuals," Accademina director Luigi Miraglia told NBC News. "We now want to bring back that great humanistic tradition, and they only way to do so is for our students to immerse themselves completely in Latin. This year we have 53 live-in young students from all over the world, including New Zealand, South America and the United States."

Among them is Christian Flow, 26, from Baltimore, Maryland, who said: "I was a classics major at Harvard, I studied these languages for four years there and I had excellent professors, who nourished that love of language."

He added: "I learned how to analyze, pay attention to detail, but in terms of tactile engagement … that you can only get when you speak a language over meals or with your roommates, where you are immersed in it 24/7. That's not something available in American universities and it's a different qualitative experience…it's something completely unique."

The world's best-known Latin speaker is Pope Francis. Latin is the Vatican's official language, where it is used in everything from religious texts to instructions on ATM screens.


The pontiff gave the outside world a glimpse of the language when he launched a Twitter account in Latin last year. Since then, more than 300,000 followers receive daily tweets, such as "fides mensuratur amore" (love is the measure of faith). However, it still has some way to go to match the popularity of his English-language account, which features 4.79 million followers.

The influence of Latin in modern culture should not come as a surprise. Along with ancient Greek, it was used by philosophers and historians who laid the foundation of modern knowledge. It also heavily influenced the birth of modern languages such as English and Spanish.

It also continues to influence literature, with many best-sellers being translated into Latin. Some books have a head start: although "Harrius Potter Et Philosophi Lapis" ("Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone") may not be too alien to fans of the series because all of the spells featured in the books are already in Latin.

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The past is not a foreign country - The Economist

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Why have ancient Greece and Rome been such a strong influence on writers from Shakespeare to Auden? How are the ...


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Close Reading of a Literary Passage

This webpage is for Dr. Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance...

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CLIP Alleticia Doris

Epitaphe du Musée archéologique de Die et du Diois http://museediois.wix.com/musee Clip réalisé par les élèves latinistes du Lycée-Collège du Diois. http://w...
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Download 55 Free Online Literature Courses: From Dante and Milton to Kerouac and Tolkien

Download 55 Free Online Literature Courses: From Dante and Milton to Kerouac and Tolkien | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it

Here at Open Culture, we don’t just feature education in your recommended daily servings of culturally wide-ranging video, audio, text, and image — we also feature it in a form that goes deep: whole courses you can download to your computer or mobile device of choice and experience at your own pace. If you never quite studied all the literature you wanted to — or if you simply can’t get enough study of the stuff — pay a visit to our collection of over 50 free literature courses online.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, May 10, 2014 6:24 PM

Here's a great source for free courses in all subjects. 

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Le français ne vient pas du latin (thèse de Yves Cortez)

Texte pris de ce site: http://yvescortez.canalblog.com/ Le texte est adressé aux linguistes espagnols parce que quelqu'un lui avait écrit avec plusieurs noms...
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Epitaphes de L. Cornelius Scipion et de Claudia (IIe siècle av. J.-C.)

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Tips for Teaching Visual Literacy for the Common Core

Tips for Teaching Visual Literacy for the Common Core | Langue et Littérature Latine | Scoop.it

Visual literacy is also a requirement of the Common Core State Standards. Standard 7 for Reading Literature asks students to compare texts to visuals. The standard gets increasingly complex as you move up the grade levels.


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Deb Gardner's curator insight, January 31, 2013 4:26 AM

Includes helpful resource here regarding  visual literacy from ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education)

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Amaryll Chanady, "La place des Humanités dans le contexte montréalais", 12.12.2013

Amaryll Chanady (Département de littérature comparée) "La place des Humanités dans le contexte montréalais", le 12 décembre 2013 Cycle de conférences faculta...
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