Group dedicated to researching and developing a gladiatorial combat simulation. We hope to be able to recreate the various fighting styles from ancient Rome and also get in some exercise while doing it!
Discussion group for Magister Ricard’s Latin I class for 2012-2013 at Somerset Academy.
Get updates and materials at Magister Ricard’s Latin I site.
Project to reconstruct ancient Rome using Minecraft on our own server! Each structure meticulously rendered 8 bit block by 8 bit block!
Check out our blog for more!
Discussion group for Magister Ricard’s AP Latin and Latin III Honors courses for the 2012-2013 year. This is our first ever AP Latin course at Somerset Academy and our first Latin III Honors class in a […]
Online discussion group for Somerset Academy’s Junior Classical League and Latin Honor Society. Founded anno MMX.
For more updates, visit our club website: Somerset NJCL
A general discussion group for the members of Romae’s Amicitia social network. Open to every member to discuss general trends, news, and events in the field of classical studies.
Check out our blog over at <a […]
This group is dedicated to answering any questions you may have on using the Amicitia social network.
A great place to start if you are new to the site or to social networking in general. We have many FAQs here […]
Discussion group for Magister Ricard’s Latin II class for 2012-2013 at Somerset Academy.
Get updates on assignments and materials at Magister Ricard’s Latin II site.
This is the discussion site for Dr. Colakis’ Classical Mythology course at Townsend Harris High School for the 2012-13 school year.
Klopfmassage: Die wohltuende und intensive Klopfmassage lindert schmerzhafte Verspannungen im gesamten Rückenbereich. Um das Aufstehen nun zu erleichtern, wird über Motoren der Sessel leicht schräg nach vorn […]
This is the website of Magistra Henrich’s 2012-2013 Latin Poetry Honors class!
This group is for all members of National Latin Honor Society
A place for students of Latin and the classics to get together, find support, commiserate. You know, the usual.
A place for teachers – and students – to discuss cool resources they may come across on the web for Latin, ancient Greek, and the study of Classics. If you found something cool, share it!
This group is dedicated to discussion and development of ideas that have grown out of the experience of attending the American Classical League’s Rome in Situ workshop. We are dedicated to enhancing the study of […]
Welcome to the Amicitia group for the National Committee for Latin and Greek’s online resource for new Latin teachers. The Tirones group is dedicated to helping new Latin teachers become effective in their […]
Welcome to the Classics Club, sponsored by Excellence Through Classics, to provide a club atmosphere for elementary students to learn more about the language, culture, art, history, and mythology of the ancient […]
Technology Committee for the American Classical League. We are experts in the fields of technology and classical studies that are seeking new ways to innovate and make our classes more relevant for our students. […]
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