Raise your voice!
The goal: increase accessibility of education in the field of Classics by converting textbooks and source material into an audio format.
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Due to the nature in which Latin is taught in today’s classrooms as a “dead language,” opportunities to engage in listening and speaking – parts of the language learning process that are equally as important as reading – are scarce. The Narramus Project aims to broaden the opportunities for students with different learning abilities to engage in all that the Classics have to offer.
How you can help
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If there’s any Classics-related text you think deserves its own audio format, send it to email@example.com.
Cambridge Latin Course Culture Sections
Help make the culture sections of one of the most popular Latin textbooks audio-compatible!
Cassius Dio's Roman Histories
One of the foundations of modern knowledge about Rome, the version from Project Gutenberg currently has no audio recordings.
Nero: In a Pisonian Pickle (Role Playing Game)
A Reacting to the Past style game in which students in opposing factions face-off in a battle of politics and treason, culminating in the Pisonian Conspiracy of 65 AD.