Justin du Coeur (jducoeur) wrote,
Justin du Coeur

You know that years in the SCA have warped your definition of the word "useful" when...

... you have the reaction of "that's the most useful new site I've seen in months!" when you come across the Latin 1086 - 1733 For Beginners page.

I have no idea whether it's a good tutorial yet -- I just got the link from sca_today. My suspicion is that it is focused on a subset of the language (official documents), so it's only a start. But it's the first introductory course I've come across that is specifically for *period* texts, rather than classical ones. And given that most of the latin sources I really care about are 16th and 17th century, that's rather interesting...
Tags: latin, sca

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