Friday, May 15, 2020

Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: May 15

Here is a round-up of today's proverbs and fables. You can keep up with the latest posts by using the RSS feed, or you might prefer to subscribe by email.

Also, now that the semester is (finally!) over, I've started a summer project about blogging for educators:


There's a track for people new to blogging, and also a track for people who want to learn how to build a student-blog-network (that's how I teach my classes). I'm working on the materials now, and should be all done by the end of May. Meanwhile, it's an on-your-own-schedule type of thing, ready for anyone who might want to join in (several people have joined the blog network already!).


HODIE: Idus Maiae, Ides of May



Alia voce psittacus, alia coturnix loquitur.
The parrot speaks with one voice, the quail another.




Tutius in parvis poteris consistere rebus;
Intra fortunam disce manere tuam.
[English]





Aeternum sub sole nihil.
Nothing under the sun is eternal.



Amantes amentes sunt.
Lovers are lunatics.




AESOP'S FABLES:

Galerita Laqueo Capta
Latin version and English version(s)




Agnus in Templo et Lupus
Latin version and English version(s)




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