How Many Animals?: Quot Animalia (An I Am Reading Latin Book)
"On Colours" (American English: On Colors, Greek: ΠΕΡΙ ΧΡΩΜΑΤΩΝ, Latin: DE COLORIBUS) may not have been written by Aristotle. Theophrastus or Strato who were the second and third scholarchs of the Lyceum (ΛΥΚΕΙΟΝ) may have been the actual author. The writer emphasizes the use of observation to confirm his or her theories regarding the mechanisms causing colour and colour change in elements, plants and animals. Translated by Thomas Loveday & Edward Fors...
The Philosopher and the Prodigy: How Voltaire Fell in Love with a Remarkable Woman Mathematician
In his youth, Voltaire enjoyed the education of a minor aristocrat; Émilie could credit her education solely to her father, who recognized her capacity for learning at an early age. She studied Latin, English, Italian, and Greek, translated the Aeneid, read Homer and Cicero, and, most importantly, excelled at math.
Great Britain. Triple Unite, 1643 (Oxford) NGC AU50 S.2726; Fr-258. Charles I, 1625-1649. Half-length crowned artistic bust of King left, in armour, with scarf flying from shoulder, holding a sword in one hand and an olive branch in the other, plume behind portrait. Mint mark Oxford plume above. Obverse legend reads: CAROLVS: D:G: MAGN: BRIT: FR: ET: HI: REX. Reverse has declaration in three lines on scroll RELIG: PROT LEG: ANGL: LIBER: PAR, with value (III) and 3 plumes above, date below…
Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, Leopoldina in Halle (Saale). 5 the oldest continuously existing learned society in the world.The Leopoldina w.founded in the city of Schweinfurt on 1 Jan.1652 under the Latin name Academia Naturae Curiosorum,sometimes translated into English as "Academy of the Curious as to Nature."The four founding members were physicians,namely Johann Laurentius Bausch,first president of the society,Johann Michael Fehr, Georg Balthasar Wohlfarth.
We love this expansive version of The Lord's Prayer. This version is a direct translation from ancient Aramaic into English. The most familiar version is a translation from Aramaic to Greek to Latin to English. http://www.TheArtOfConsciousEmbodiment.com
Latin Phrases - Translate Latin Phrases to English is a book that takes business and everyday Latin phrases and translates them into English. Have you ever wondered what "Quid Pro Quo" means or any of the Latin phrases that are used daily in business terminology? Business quotes phrases abound in the English language. How about "non sequitar?" Well now there is a handy desktop compendium and Latin phrase dictionary of thousands of Latin phrases to use as a reference resource.