Lunae die 20 mensis Maii 2024


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Michael Stephanus Tranquillus

LLPSI: Familia Romana - Capitulum IX - Pastor et oves

Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata, 'Familia Romana', written by Hans Ørberg Learn Latin via the Natural Method. Easy to understand, everything in Latin! Chapter 9 reviews the first three declinations of nouns. Restored Classical pronunciation. This video has been created for educational purposes only with respect to copyright laws.

175 views • Mar 20, 2024

Spoken Latin: Segmina patatarum emamus! Let's buy potato chips!

SUBTITLES available in Latin and English! Please leave a comment below and tell me what you are going to do tonight? In Latin or in English!

146 views • Jan 23, 2024

Pater noster (Lord's Prayer in Classical Latin)

SUBTITLES available in Latin! Pater noster, quī es in caelīs, sānctificētur nōmen tuum; adveniat rēgnum tuum; fīat voluntās tua, sīcut in caelō et in terrā. Pānem nostrum cotīdiānum dā nōbīs hodiē; et dīmitte nōbīs dēbita nostra, sīcut et nōs dīmittimus dēbitōribus nostrīs; et nē nōs indūcās in tentātiōnem, sed līberā nōs ā malō. Quia tuum est rēgnum, et potentia, et glōria in saecula saeculōrum. Āmēn. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory forever. Amen.

323 views • Jan 21, 2024

Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam

Restored Classical Pronunciation (pronuntiatio restituta). Catō Maior vel Mārcus Porcius Catō, ōrātor, senātor, historicus Rōmānus fuit saeculō secundō ante Chrīstum nātum. Crēdēbat Carthāginem, iam antīquam Rōmae rīvālem, perniciōsam posse mercātūrae mediterrāneae Urbis esse. Clārissima sunt haec eius verba quae solēbat omnibus in conciliīs in Senātū habitīs in exitū ōrātiōnis suae dīcere: Cēterum cēnseō Carthāginem esse dēlendam. Tandem post duōs annōs, nāvēs eōdem annō mortis suae contrā Carthāginem bellum committendum solvērunt. Cato the Elder or Marcus Porcius Cato was a Roman orator, senator, and historian in the second century BC. He believed that Carthage, already at that time an old rival to Rome, could be a risk for the Roman merchant activity in the Mediterranean. His most famous words are these ones which he used to say at the end of his speech in every council held in the Senate: Furthermore, I consider that Carthage must be destroyed. Finally after two years, ships sailed off to start a war against Carthage - in the same year of his death.

464 views • Jan 20, 2024

Bene advenistis ad canalem meum! / Welcome to my channel!

SUBTITLES available in Latin and English. I love ancient Rome and the Latin language in particular. Formerly a linguist with a degree in Italian, I first began to study Latin back in 2006-2007 at university. After two semesters of elementary Latin, I had so much else going on in my life that after getting the degree, I moved to Italy and basically abandoned active Latin studies for 12 years... ...until I rediscovered my love for the language in 2020. I realised that Latin is still alive and kicking! I found so many Latin language podcasts and YouTube channels I had previously been unaware of, and the wonderful LLPSI series (Familia Romana & Roma Aeterna) by Danish linguist Hans Ørberg which I studied through along with my old Oxford Latin textbooks. It's been quite a journey ever since! With this amateur YouTube channel I hope not only to learn more but, more importantly, to help others study Latin by providing some more material for listening comprehension. My native Finnish resembles Classical Latin (Restored Pronunciation) both in terms of pronunciation and heavy use of the grammatical case system. Please subscribe to my channel, share the videos on the internet, and leave a comment if you find my channel helpful! Gratias plurimas ago. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Channel introduction, Latin with English translation below: Plūrimum salvēte, sodālēs! Michaēl Stephanus Tranquillus sum, conditor huius canālis quō animī causā versūs poētārum Latīnōrum omnisque generis scrīpta Latīnē ēdita recitō. Interdum etiam quid Latīnē aut aliīs linguīs dē omnibus rēbus cotīdiānīs loquor. Pelliculae meae aptae sunt et tīrōnibus et prōvectiōribus. Ipse nōn sum magister, immō potius discipulus fautorque Latīnitātis vīvae, semper discendī cupidus. Spērō vōbīs hoc opus meum quam maximē placēre et prōdesse. Cūrātē ut valeātis! Many greetings, fellows! I am Michael Stephanus Tranquillus, founder of this channel where I recite Latin poetry and all kinds of Latin writings for fun. At times I talk about everyday things in Latin or in other languages, too. My videos are suitable for beginners and more advanced Latinists. I, myself, am not a teacher, rather just a student and supporter of the Living Latin movement, always keen to learn. I hope you all will find my work greatly enjoyable and useful. Take care of yourselves!

297 views • Jan 19, 2024