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ACL/NJCL National Latin Exam
The website for information on taking the annual National Latin Exam. Application for the current year’s exam must be made by January of the new year. Exams are mailed in February, and are taken in March.

Allen & Greenough’s Latin Grammar
The respected standard Latin grammar reference, now available on the Internet.

AP Latin
Information on the Advanced Placement course and exams in Vergil and Latin Literature.

ARTFL Project: Latin Vulgate Bible Search Form
This site contains the text of Jerome’s Latin Vulgate Bible, in a searchable and browseable format.

Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis
This entire site is in Latin, and contains the complete text of the Latin Vulgate.

Bibliotheca Latina
The entire site is in Latin, and is an annotated listing of links to Latin texts and other sites of interest on the internet. From the University of Wisconsin - Madison Classics Department.

Curriculum of 18th Century Latin Grammar School
A fascinating detailed look at the curricula of early American Latin Grammar schools, excerpted from Professor Ziobro’s Latin in Early America.

KET Distance Learning, Latin I Class
Kentucky Educational Television offers this distance learning class in Latin I to schools. The course uses the Ecce Romani text.

Labyrinth Library: Latin Texts
One of the pages from the Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies, sponsored by Georgetown University. The Library contains links to online Latin texts in these categories: Bible; Liturgical; classic Greek that influenced Latin literature; classical and late classical Latin; Patristic; Medieval; Grammatical Curriculum; and miscellaneous texts and historical documents.

Latin Dictionary & Grammar Aid
A searchable Latin dictionary containing over 15,000 entries, and Grammar Aid, containing sections explaining the use of noun cases, adjectives, active verbs, and present participles. It is maintained by the University of Notre Dame archives.

Latin Grammar and Vocabulary Helps
Wheelock’s Latin-linked summary tables of nouns, adjectives, and verbs; explanations and practice pages; and vocabulary. From the Latin Teaching Materials website.

Latin in the Christian Trivium
“Latin In The Christian Trivium is specifically geared toward the 12-16 year old Christian homeschooler. Its logical and thorough coverage enables the student to learn to mastery.”

The Latin Language
This is the Latin language page associated with the Forum Romanum, an excellent website on the history and culture of Classical Rome, put together by a high school student in Virginia.

Latin Language & Literature
Nice annotated listing of links to Latin dictionary and vocabulary resources, study aids, and literature. This Catholic university site also includes links on ecclesiastical Latin.

Latin Language - Learning Latin New!
A very nice set of links by Includes Latin collections, grammar, history, modern Latin, and Latin in the news.

Latin Language Materials & Resources
Multiple texts and other helps for teaching and learning Latin from the Campanian Society.

The Latin Library
Maintained by the Classics Department at George Mason University. An extensive source of online texts for every major classical Latin author.

The Latin Page
This is a page of general classroom aides designed primarily for the 7-12 Latin teacher. Some of the projects may be able to be adapted for lower grades.

Latin Phrases & Words Used in English
This page is associated with the Brooklyn College Classics Department, and is a list of Latin phrases commonly heard in English, and their meaning, from A fortori to Tabula rasa.

Latin Teaching Materials
A St. Louis University site, this excellent resource offers lots of Latin grammar helps, plus a program designed to help students practice their Latin.

Latin Text of Luther’s 95 Theses
Associated with the Project Wittenburg site, this page is in ASCII format and is entirely in Latin.

Latin Texts
This is the Latin texts page associated with the Forum Romanum, an excellent website on the history and culture of Classical Rome, put together by a high school student in Virginia. This page has extensive listings of on-line versions of the Latin classics, both in Latin and in English.

Lewis & Short Latin Dictionary
Defines the word and cites numerous examples of it in the texts to help place its meaning in context. Part of the Tufts University Perseus Project Text Tools and Lexica page.

Ludus Sanae Mentis Latin
This link was here for awhile, then after the site moved and the link was broken, gone for awhile, and now it’s back again at its new address.

Medieval Latin Culture
Part of the Latin Labyrinth site at Georgetown University, this page focuses specifically on Medieval Latin.

Parallel Latin/English Psalter
A psalter containing side by side versions of the Psalms in Latin (from the Vulgate) and in English.

Perseus Project Latin Texts
Online texts of the most famous classical Latin authors, from Caesar to Vergil. Scroll down the page; the Latin texts are arranged alphabetically by author and mixed with Greek texts and English translations.

RomanSites: Latin Language & Literature
The Latin links section of RomanSites, a huge links archive concerned with everything Roman on the internet.

Teaching Latin Articles by Cheryl Lowe
Cheryl Lowe is the author of Latina Christiana, and has many years experience teaching Latin to homeschoolers. This page from Memoria Press contains many thought-provoking articles based on her years of experience.

Tolle, lege! Pick it up, read it up!
“You have studied the fundamentals of Latin grammar, but reading real Latin still seems to be a tricky job? If so, these pages are aimed at helping you.” Easy Latin texts designed to bridge the gap between grammar study and reading the Latin classics; includes stories from Genesis from the Latin Vulgate!

University of Toledo’s Latin Bookmarks
Nicely annotated links to other Latin sites on the Internet, with some duplication with this page, but not all.

The Vergil Project
“The Vergil Project is a collaborative enterprise dedicated to collecting, creating, and disseminating resources for teaching and research about Vergil.” Many resources for students, teachers, and readers of Vergil.

Wheelock’s Latin Study Guide
This guide is nice for those using other materials than Wheelock’s, also, because it explains English grammar that the text assumes you know already, as it relates to Latin.

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Greek Links

ACL/NJCL National Greek Exam
The website for information on taking the annual National Greek Exam. Application for the current year’s exam must be made by January of the new year. Exams are mailed in February, and are taken in March. The website hasn't been updated from last year’s exam information, but the e-mail address of the coordinator is available here for further information. Note: the exam is on Attic, not New Testament, Greek.

Greek Grammar on the Web New!
This website from the Classics Department of the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, is a constantly updated catalogue of materials available on the Internet to learn Greek: Attic to modern, alphabet and pronunciation, introductory, elementary, and advanced courses, dictionaries, lexicons, grammar, vocabulary, history of the language, greek texts, and other helps.

Comparative Greek New Testament
The CGNT is a comparison of the actual printed text of four editions of the Greek New Testament. Information about the text, and a link to download the whole file, is available.

Greek Language New!
A very nice set of links of all aspects of the ancient Greek language by

Greek Language & Linguistics New!
“Hellenistic Greek was the dialect of Greek spoken between 300 B.C. and 600 A.D. In particular, it was the language of the New Testament. Since 1994, these pages provided the premier resource for the scholarly study of the Hellenistic Greek language.” This link isn’t really new; it was up as Hellenistic Greek Linguistics, but the entire website has undergone such dramatic transformation that it deserves the New! mark.

Hey Andrew! Teach Me Some Greek!
A series of workbooks for grammar stage students and up designed to teach New Testament Greek.

Homeschool Greek
A thorough, self-teaching grammar of Biblical Greek, designed for students aged 13 years and up. From the Trivium Pursuit.

Learning New Testament Greek
A very nice website loaded with online helps in grammar and many other resources. Includes the article The Value of Learning Greek.

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
“The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) is a research center at the University of California, Irvine. Founded in 1972 the TLG has already collected and digitized all ancient texts from Homer to 600 AD and most historiographical, lexicographical and scholastic texts from the period between 600 and 1453 AD. Its goal is to create a digital library which will include the entire corpus of Greek literature from Homer (8th century B.C.) to the present day.”

Three Levels to Mastering Greek New!
A new article by Harvey Bluedorn of Trivium Pursuit to help your independent Greek studies be fruitful.

Why Study Greek?
An article on the value of learning New Testament Greek from the Bluedorns at Trivium Pursuit.

Wordbase New Testament Greek
A freeware program that can be used as a dictionary, grammar drill, flashcard drill, and includes the Hangman game using New Testament Greek words.

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Latin & Greek Links

Bolchazy-Carducci Online
Latin and Greek teaching resources. This site includes an on-line catalog and on-line ordering, and many, many resources. Bolchazy-Carducci are the publishers of Artes Latinae.

Centaur Systems
This site has been set up to provide information about computer software for the Classics. That includes the ancient Greek and Latin languages, as well as other aspects of classical civilization, including mythology, culture, and etymology.

Greek 'n Stuff's Cool Classical Links
Links to mainly Latin and Greek resources on the internet.

Internet Classics Archive of Greek & Latin Texts New!
An excellent resource for Internet links to texts in English translation.

Perseus Digital Library New!
From the Classics Department at Tufts University, an “evolving digital library” of all manner of primary and secondary texts, aids, photos, and archaeological resources relating to the classical world.

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