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Bibliography and Resources

Online Resources

Dictionaries, Grammar Books, and Wordlists

  • Lewis, Charlton T., and Short, Charles, A Latin Dictionary (Oxford: OUP, various editions) ["Lewis and Short"].
  • Smith, William, and Lockwood, John, Latin-English Dictionary (London and Edinburgh: Chambers Murray, various editions).
  • Latham, R. E., Revised Medieval Latin Word-List from British and Irish Sources (Oxford: OUP, 1965).
  • Kennedy, Benjamin Hall, The Revised Latin Primer, ed. and rev. James Mountford (Harlow: Longman, 1962).
  • Griffin, R. M., Cambridge Latin Grammar (Cambridge: CUP, 1991).
  • Mountford, James, ed. and rev., 'Bradley's Arnold' Latin Prose Composition (London: Longman, 1938).
  • Pharr, Clyde. Vergil's Aeneid (Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 1998).
  • Hoven, René, Lexique de la Prose Latine de la Renaissance/Dictionary of Renaissance Latin from Prose Sources trans. by Coen Maas (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2006 [first ed., 1993]).  

Additional Resources

  • De Smet, Ingrid, ‘Cui bono? Some reflections on the Aims of Teaching Post-Classical Latin’, paper delivered at the Colloquium on the Teaching of Post-Classical Latin and of Latin to Non-Classicists held at Clare College Cambridge, 23 September 2006 and sponsored by the Society for Neo-Latin Studies and the HEA History, Classics and Archaeology Subject Centre; forthcoming as a Festschrift publication [August 2009]).
  • Gooder, Eileen A., Latin for Local History: An Introduction, 2nd ed. (Harlow: Pearson, 1978).
  • Hankins, James, "A Lost Continent of Literature". The rise and fall of Neo-Latin, the universal language of the Renaissance’, http://www.hup.harvard.edu/itatti/neolatin_lit.html.
  • Ijsewijn, Jozef (with Dirk Sacré), Companion to Neo-Latin Studies, revised and enlarged edn, 2 vols (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1990-1998).
  • Knight, Sarah, ‘Latin Lives On!’ (project description http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/hca/projects/detail/round_6_latin_lives_on).
  • Stuart, Denis, Latin for Local and Family Historians (Stroud: Phillimore, 2006).
  • Verbeke, Demmy, ‘Learning Latin in the 21st Century. A Look at Some Course Materials for the Adult Learner’, C[lassical] A[ssociation] News, 40 (2009), 6-7.
  • Waquet, Françoise, Latin, or the Empire of a Sign: From the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Centuries translated from the French by John Howe (Verso, 2003).