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Pyramus et Thisbe | Ov. Met. 55-166

“Pyramus and Thisbe” is one of the most famous stories found in Ovid’s “The Metamorphoses”. The story you see here is part of the collection of stories found in the Latin learning app Legentibus. 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin learning, Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus “The Metamorphoses” consists of fifteen books and is the best-known of Ovid’s works. In Legentibus’ edition we have collected some of the most famous tales from it, all exploring timeless themes such as love, death, hubris, resilience, and the inescapability of fate. The chosen stories are: • Pyramus and Thisbe • Daedalus and Icarus • Deucalion and Pyrrha • Bacchus and Midas • Orpheus and Eurydice In the recording of these passages, we have sought to respect and thus clearly convey the meter to the learner, while at the same time bringing the stories to life, with a careful attention to the meaning and emotions expressed in the text. Our aim is to aid learners in not only understanding and appreciating the intricacies of classical quantitative meter, but also in recognizing and valuing the artistry inherent in the poetry. ................................................................... The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen as much as you can right from the beginning. LATINITIUM is a modern platform that continuously develops learning resources for Latin students, autodidacts, and teachers: 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus 🌐 LATINITIUM: blog, texts, audio, dictionaries, tools…: https://latinitium.com/ 📚 Discover Latin stories and novellas in our traditional store I Pugio Bruti, Ad Alpes, Fabulae Gallicae: https://store.latinitium.com/ 🎯 Learn Latin with 400 videos in Latin, and support us on Patreon:  https://patreon.com/latinitium   📩 Sign-up for tips, news, and learning material: https://latinitium.com/email FOLLOW US: Twitter:   https://twitter.com/latinitium   Instagram:   https://instagram.com/latinitium   ⏩ Facebook:   https://facebook.com/latinitium

3423 views • Jan 19, 2024


#8 Halloween special in Latin: The Procession of the Dead | Pompa Perditorum

🎃 This Halloween special takes place in 11th century Normandy. It is an exceptional episode written by the 12th-century monk Orderic Vitalis about a priest called Walchelin, who is out walking in the middle of the night on January 1st 1091. The priest then encounters a ghostly army: the procession of the dead. We present the story here in a slightly abbreviated version. The story will also be available – as a free book with synchronised audio – in the app Legentibus: 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus ⏱️ Use TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Title intro 0:14 The Story Begins 1:32 A cruel spectacle – Dirum Spectaculum 4:49 Hellequin’s people – Familia Herlechini 8:47 Horrible Knights – Equites Horrendi 14:18 The dead brother – Frater Mortuus 19:03 Testemony – Testimonium ................................................................... The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen as much as you can right from the beginning. LATINITIUM is a modern platform that continuously develops learning resources for Latin students, autodidacts, and teachers: 🌐 LATINITIUM: blog, texts, audio, dictionaries, tools…: https://latinitium.com/ 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus 📚 Discover Latin stories and novellas in our traditional store I Pugio Bruti, Ad Alpes, Fabulae Gallicae: https://store.latinitium.com/ 🎯 Learn Latin with 400 videos in Latin, and support us on Patreon:  https://patreon.com/latinitium   📩 Sign-up for tips, news, and learning material: https://latinitium.com/email FOLLOW US: Twitter:   https://twitter.com/latinitium   Instagram:   https://instagram.com/latinitium   ⏩ Facebook:   https://facebook.com/latinitium   ................................................................... CREDITS Music, Sound effects and Video 🎹Sounds by Mike Koenig, soundbible.com: Thunder 🎬Thick smoke by Beachfront, videvo.com 🎥🎶For videos, music tracks and audio effects thank you to Storyblocks.com. ................................................................... Edited by Amelie Rosengren, Latinitium.com, Legentibus.app

3522 views • Oct 31, 2023


Caesar's heroes: The true story of Pullo and Vorenus | Video in Latin

Achieve true reading fluency in Latin with the Legentibus app combining audio with synchronized text, for all levels, with e.g. beginner stories, "Familia Romana," Ritchie's "Fabulae faciles", Tacitus, and Cicero. 📲 https://link-to.app/legentibus ______________________________ This is the captivating tale of Titus Pullo and Lucius Vorenus, two centurions in the 11th Legion under Quintus Tullius Cicero, Cicero’s brother. Although made famous in modern times by the HBO series Rome, Caesar had already given them immortal fame in book 5 of De Bello Gallico. Julius Caesar paints a vivid picture in his "De Bello Gallico" of these rivals constantly vying for superiority. But when the Roman camp is suddenly attacked, they each get the opportunity to prove their true worth. Watch now to see who comes out on top. 📜 Julius Caesar | De Bello Gallico, book 5 chapter 44 🎞️ SUBTITLES Latin and English subtitles are available. Read/listen to the original text from De Bello Gallico about Pullo and Vorenus: https://youtu.be/XbN8gwIHu84 Learn more about Julius Caesar: https://latinitium.com/2000-years-of-latin-prose-caesar/ ______________________________ CHAPTERS 00:00:00 Intro: Epic Battle 00:00:05 A Roman Legion Endangered 00:00:12 Unexpected help 00:00:27 War in Gaul 00:00:41 The Nervii Strike 00:00:58 Q. Cicero, Cicero's overwhelmed brother 00:01:50 Two Centurions Contend 00:02:32 Pullo Boldly Attacks 00:03:47 Vorenus Rescues Pullo 00:04:14 Pullo and Vorenus Triumph 00:05:20 Caesar Undecided ______________________________ ABOUT US The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen as much as you can right from the beginning! LATINITIUM is a modern platform that continuously develops learning resources for Latin students, autodidacts, and teachers: 🌐 LATINITIUM: blog, texts, audio, dictionaries, tools…: https://latinitium.com/ 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus 📚 Discover Latin stories and novellas in our traditional store I Pugio Bruti, Ad Alpes, Fabulae Gallicae: https://store.latinitium.com/ 🎯 Learn Latin and support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latinitium 📩 Sign-up for tips, news, and learning material: https://latinitium.com/email FOLLOW US: 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/latinitium 📱 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinitium/ ⏩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinitium

4569 views • Jan 31, 2023


Statua et Thesaurus | A story in Latin for beginners from Legentibus

This is a story in Latin for beginners that I wrote based on a medieval legend about Pope Sylvester II, also known as Gerbert of Aurillac. It is a story that in true Indiana Jones’ style bring us in the dead of night to the Martian Field – Campus Martius – in Rome in search of a strange statue – and hidden treasure. (Oh, and did I mention the golden robots?!) I hope you’ll enjoy it! The unique word count for this story is 145 with a total word count of 800 words. ⏱ Use TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Statua et Thesaurus – The statue and the treasure 0:10 Chapter I – Gerbert reads a book 1:00 Chapter II – Nightly search for the statue 2:39 Chapter III – Gerbert discovers strange markings on the statue 4:32 Chapter IV – Gerbert has an epiphany 5:47 Chapter V – Gerbert places a stake and utters magical words 7:16 Chapter VI – The king and the queen 9:29 Chapter VII – The theft 10:38 Chapter VIII – The golden chase The story is part of the subscription for the app Legentibus, where you will also find an interlinear translation in English available, along with more commentaries, source texts and resources. 📜 Written by Daniel Pettersson | Based on: William of Malmesbury and Alberic of Trois-Fontaine. The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen as much as you can right from the beginning. 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus LATINITIUM is a modern platform that continuously develops learning resources for Latin students, autodidacts, and teachers. 🌐 LATINITIUM: blog, texts, audio, dictionaries, tools…: https://latinitium.com/ 📚 Discover Latin stories and novellas in our traditional store I Pugio Bruti, Ad Alpes, Fabulae Gallicae: https://store.latinitium.com/ 🎯 Learn Latin and support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latinitium 📩 Sign-up for tips, news, and learning material: https://latinitium.com/email FOLLOW US: 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/latinitium 📱 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinitium/ ⏩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinitium

9123 views • Jan 5, 2023


Should you use archaic language? | A lesson from the "Attic Nights" | Latin with English subtitles

Should you use rare and old words in speech? What is considered "old" in Latin? In this lesson, Daniel reads and explains a passage from Aulus Gellius. A young man is scolded by the philosopher Favorinus for using archaic language... Aulus Gellius was a Roman author and grammarian, educated in Athens. He is famous for his compilation of notes on grammar, philosophy, history and various other subjects. It preserved fragments of works that might otherwise be unknown today. Daniel Pettersson explains Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae, 1.10.pr.1 🪶 Other quotes, and mentions: Marcus Terentius Varro, De Lingua Latina 7.28.3 Gaius Iulius Caesar, De analogia Download Legentibus: 📲 https://link-to.app/legentibus ⏱️ Use TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 0:36 Who is Aulus Gellius? 1:18 Lesson Beginning 3:26 Let's read and understand 3:45 What does "compellare" mean? 4:02 How old is the word "casce"? Varro explains the origins of "cascum" 5:23 Who is Favorinus? What makes the philosopher angry? 6:52 What does "expromenti" mean? 7:45 The way "man of the olden days" talked Curius, Fabricius, Coruncanius, Horatii. 9:41 What would a talk with Evander's mother look like? 10:51 You don't want others to understand you! 12:00 The power of silence. 13:00 The modesty, sobriety and temperance in the old days... "Live according to the manners of the past, but speak in the language of the present." 14:00 Remember the words of Gaius Caesar "On Analogy" 15:43 Conclusion 🎞️ SUBTITLES Latin and English subtitles. ______________________________ TRANSLATIONS used in this video: - Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae, translated by J. C. Rolfe, available at: https://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Gellius/1*.html - Marcus Terentius Varro, De Lingua Latina, translation by Roland G. Kent, available at: http://www.attalus.org/info/varro.html ______________________________ ABOUT US The best way to learn Latin is to read and listen as much as you can right from the beginning! LATINITIUM is a modern platform that continuously develops learning resources for Latin students, autodidacts, and teachers. 🌐 LATINITIUM: blog, texts, audio, dictionaries, tools…: https://latinitium.com/ 📲 Legentibus I Digital Latin Audio and Ebook Library: https://link-to.app/legentibus 📚 Discover Latin stories and novellas in our traditional store I Pugio Bruti, Ad Alpes, Fabulae Gallicae: https://store.latinitium.com/ 🎯 Learn Latin and support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/latinitium 📩 Sign-up for tips, news, and learning material: https://latinitium.com/email FOLLOW US: 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/latinitium 📱 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinitium/ ⏩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/latinitium

4911 views • Dec 22, 2022


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