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Halloween Special in Latin #3 — The Art Of Shuddering

Halloween Special in Latin #3 — The Art Of Shuddering

This year’s Halloween special takes you on a journey through the art of shuddering. (See all Halloween specials in ...
Spoken Latin: What does “Magni Aestimare” mean?

Spoken Latin: What does “Magni Aestimare” mean?

In this episode of "Loci et Locutiones" I discuss the meaning and use of the expression magni aestimare taken from ...
Spoken Latin: What does “In Alienas Manus Devenire”?

Spoken Latin: What does “In Alienas Manus Devenire”?

In this part of the series Loci et locutiones I talk about the words aliquid in manus alienas devenire, taken from ...
Spoken Latin: What does “Timeo quorsum evadas” mean?

Spoken Latin: What does “Timeo quorsum evadas” mean?

In this fourth episode of the series "Loci et locutiones" I talk about the Latin expression timeo quorsum evadas, ...
Spoken Latin: What does “Umbra” mean?

Spoken Latin: What does “Umbra” mean?

In this third video in our series about Latin expressions and texts explained in Latin, I talk about a word whose ...
Spoken Latin: What does “In Morbum Incidere” mean?

Spoken Latin: What does “In Morbum Incidere” mean?

The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen to as much as possible in Latin—as long as it is in line with ...
Spoken Latin: Quid Significat “Oculi Emissicii”?

Spoken Latin: Quid Significat “Oculi Emissicii”?

In this first part of the new video series “Loci et Locutiones”, I talk about a Latin expression I came across two ...
Ad Museum Artium Bostoniense

Ad Museum Artium Bostoniense

Quae sint opera mira quae illo museo Bostoniensi condita servantur? Quid monstri sine facie aedificium custodit? ...
The Life and works of Petronius

The Life and works of Petronius

I recently re-read the great Roman novel Satyricon by Petronius, and I thought it would be useful to do a video ...