Komið þið sæl, (Salvēte, omnēs), (Hello, everyone),
I need to keep my Latin polished, so I decided I would like to start sharing my Latin knowledge. I will post words and grammar occasionally, as I currently do with Old Norse (and Old Irish, to a slower extent). You can see more by visiting my Latin page (once I post more, of course).
I know that I have a wide variety of followers, so I am sure that some of you will find Latin to be beneficial. Latin, of course, is quite useful for any subject of the medieval period, whether it be Old Norse or Irish related.
I will go ahead and include the sources that will be providing the basis for my Latin posts below, for anyone curious (Chicago format, notation style, alphabetical order).
Anne H. Groton and James M. May, Thirty-Eight Latin Stories Designed to Accompany Wheelock’s Latin. (Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2004).
Frederick M. Wheelock and Richard A. LaFleur, Wheelock’s Latin. (Collins Reference, 2011).
Paul T. Comeau and Richard A. LaFleur, Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin. (Collins Reference, 2000).
Vincent Tomasso, “Latin I and II”, Classes, University of South Florida, Tampa, 2015-16.