QR code for Imaginum vocabularium Latinum. Title, Imaginum vocabularium Latinum. Author, Sigrid Albert. Edition, 2. Publisher, Verlag der Soc. Latina, Imaginum vocabularium Latinum. Front Cover. Sigrid Albert. Verlag der Societas Latina, – Latin language – pages. During one of my more recent forays into the wildly growing forest that is Google books, I tripped over the roots of something interesting.

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Indeed, you might even end up knowing the Latin words for things that you do not know the English or whatever language you speak – another advantage of this method is that is is vofabularium language specific.

Comment You need to be a member of eLatin eGreek eLearn to add comments! Get this from a imafinum Your might find this useful as a means of effectively increasing your Latin word power.

Ducange’s translation was first published in Ducange, Charles du Fresne, translator and annotator. I do not claim copyright for any of the images.

Latinum: Imaginum Vocabularium Latinum

This resource should now be a little more user friendly. I have started to add the very useful work of Comenius noted above to the Imaginum Vocabularium, using the original woodcuts from the edition.

Use this board to ask questions about grammar, discuss learning strategies, get help with a difficult passage of Latin, and more. Available from The Imaginum Vocabularium Latinum is an illustrated vocabulary.


I am simply moving them from one part of google’s empire to another: In English-speaking countries, where the traditional academic pronunciation diverged most markedly from the restored classical model, imaginum vocabularium latinum struggle between the two pronunciations lasted for the entire 19th century.

One problem – reviewing these on my computer was imaginum vocabularium latinum pain.

Imaginum Vocabularium Latinum (Editio Secunda)

Once again, no English is used in this text, making it accessible internationally. All other images are either used in accordance with the licensing terms of clipart. Board index Latin Learning Latin. Hubert Cancik and Helmuth Schneider, eds. So I have now started the process of uploading the words onto a blog.

Imaginum vocabularium latinum Francke, Cuniliati, Fulgentius.

Pentru ca toti latinumm si cu o singura This work ties the vocab that has been covered in the photographic part of the blog in short sentences, making it much more likely vocabularimu the words studied in the photographic part of the imaginum vocabularium will be internalised, while teaching basic grammar along the way.

The woodcuts by themselves are not clear enough, however, if the vocabulary is first studied in the earlier part of the blog, the utility of the woodcuts becomes evident.

Cited by standard book and chapter numbers. Join eLatin eGreek eLearn. African person bracchium, n. The edition and translation of Does was first published in In Annae Comnenae Caesarissae Alexiadem notae historicae et philologicae. I have found learning this way is enjoyable, indeed, almost pushing into the bounds of actual fun.


During one of my more recent forays into the wildly growing forest that is Google books, I tripped over the roots of something interesting – William’s Vocabulary for Speaking Latin “composed for the amusement of his son” ha haand published in Flat Style by Ian Bradley. Ludwig August Dindorf, ed. Could you perhaps send a copy to me?

Corpus Des Mosaiques De Tunisie. This is therefore also a resource of use to students of Latin in any country, as the site contains only images and Latin words and phrases that might be applicable to everyday writing and speaking – things like furniture, kitchen implements, foods, etc are covered. It arose from Summer Schools which Rouse organised in order to train Latin teachers in the direct method of language teachingwhich entailed using the language in everyday situations rather than merely learning grammar and syntax by rote.

Dindorf, Wilhelm, editor and translator. Universae theologiae moralis accurata complexio. Two main aims can be distinguished in this movement.