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About Latinum

    Latinum offers a complete, comprehensive online Latin course, suitable for self study.

    Latinum uses Patreon to distribute its materials.

    The course is composed of multiple components - including a complete audio course, based on Adler's Practical Grammar of the Latin Language.

    In addition, the course provides a large amount of material designed to help you increase your vocabulary and develop your language skills in an enjoyable way.

All the textbooks used by The Latinum Institute are out of copyright. Links are provided to pdf texts online. There is no need for you to spend any money on textbooks. If you want hard copies, most of these are available using commercial print-on-demand services on Amazon etc.

The Latinum Institute has subscribers at all learning levels - complete beginners, those wanting to brush up on old Latin, Greek or Hebrew (and Aramaic) and advanced students at university level. Several Latin teachers also subscribe to The Latinum Institute, and use the materials for professional development. There is also an audio-visual component to help beginners.

All the Latin audio here is carefully read in restored classical pronunciation. Evan der Millner's pronunciation of Latin has been extensively peer reviewed, and conforms to the academic gold standard - W S Allen's 'Vox Latina', Sturtevant, and the Cambridge Philological Society guidelines. Greek pronunciation used on the course follows a form of reconstructed Koine, approximating the way Greek may have sounded during era of the late Roman Republic.

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