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Say It In Latin, Quid Pro Quo

The phrase quid pro quo literally means something for something in Latin. When it was first used in the English language it referred to substitution of… 307 kata lagi

Individuation

Historical Hysteria: best events to have witnessed

This is a short post mainly because my response will only be one side of a coin, and cannot cover the whole of history. After reading this I encourage you to ask someone else what historical event they would love to have witnessed, and what events… 187 kata lagi

Arts & Culture

Donde Estan Las Atrevidas

Latino fusion dj mix

by Mixeos Dj, Dj axelito

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curfew

 

Nowadays, a curfew is a regulation requiring people to remain indoors between specified hours, typically at night – for example: a dusk-to-dawn curfew.

The word is from Old French… 893 kata lagi

Etymology

Latin in the 21st Century

Whenever someone asks me what I do for a living, I’ve gotten used to the puzzled or curious looks that follow when I tell them that I teach Latin.  447 kata lagi

Education

Part-time Latin Instructor, University of Oxford

Part-time Latin Instructor (125067)

University of Oxford

Application deadline: 12th September 2016

Thanks to a generous donation from the Stonehouse Educational Foundation, the University of Oxford’s Classics Faculty has reinstated its Saturday Latin teaching scheme, OXLAT, and now seeks a part-time Latin Instructor. 248 kata lagi

Vacancy

Roamin' Rome {Eurotrip}

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and you certainly can’t visit it all in a day either. Day three of my Europe trip was spent partially on a bike tour, and partially visiting other Holy Doors in Rome. 1.337 kata lagi