Mikołajek po łacinie! / Little Nicholas translated into Latin!

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“Maria Gallica Cruenta”) and by Elizabeth Antébi (alias “Sanctaedes Dusselpaganica Lustralunda”
Marie-France Saignes (who changed her name into a self-ironic “Maria Gallica Cruenta”) and by Elizabeth Antébi (alias “Sanctaedes Dusselpaganica Lustralunda”)

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7 responses to “Mikołajek po łacinie! / Little Nicholas translated into Latin!

  1. WM

    What is the best language learning course?

    […] Since last November it has also been heartily recommended to budding Latinists and to readers a little older who look back with nostalgia at the hexameters they scanned at school, thanks to the translation by Marie-France Saignes (who changed her name into a self-ironic “Maria Gallica Cruenta”) and by Elizabeth Antébi (alias “Sanctaedes Dusselpaganica Lustralunda”) of eight unpublished stories. Pullus Nicolellus in Latin (Paris, Imav éditions, 2012, 103 pages, € 15) would probably have made GOSCINNY very happy, and maybe even St Augustine. The comparison is not out of place, as it might seem, given that the Bishop of Hippo himself remembered with pleasure the natural method with which he learned the language of Caesar and Tacitus […]

    http://www.news.va/en/news/the-matching-latin-of-petit-nicolas-is-glaucops

  2. When I went to a new school and learned Latin at 16, I thought that it was so fundamental that I should have learned it at 6.

    • WM

      Latin is exact, mathematical and logical. I like this language very much but I started too late as you, Cheyenne. What a pity … „Pullus Nicolellus” is part of big Latin / Greek education project. Best wishes to you! Nice to speak to you on Latin as well.

  3. Kiedy mysle, ze w liceum uczylam sie siedem lat laciny…. i nic nie zostalo😀

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