The Latin Reader app contains several original works in Latin for reading or annotation. If you want to submit questions or feedback, please visit the GitHub site for this app at https://github.com/telpirion/ClassicsReader/
What's new in this version
This is the fourth release of the Latin Reader app. New features in this release: - Search for Latin words by providing a partial stem (ending a search query with "-"). - New, in-app "Help" files accessed through the Settings charm. - Bug fixes. - Temporary removalof Catullus' 'Carmina' text, both Latin and English.
- 8 works in the original Latin, including Caesar's "Gallic Wars" (De Bello Gallico) and Virgil's "Aeneid"
- 8 translations of Latin works, including Caesar's "Gallic Wars", Virgil's "Aeneid", and Lucretius' "On the Nature of Things"
- Integrated Latin-to-English dictionary.
- Right-click access to the integrated dictionary from the reading view.
- Touch-friendly reading view providing clean, simple, uncluttered access to text.
- Search the Latin-to-English dictionary by exact dictionary entry or by stem (partial search).
- "Marginalia" (in the margins) note taking.
- Quick access to English translation of Latin source text.
- A "word of the day" vocabulary section, randomly selected from the dictionary.
- Integrated "Help" files accessed through the Settings charm.
CopyrightCopyright 2014 Eric Schmidt
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
Language supportedEnglish (United States)
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This app was built using source material taken from the Perseus Hopper texts (Tufts University) and can be built, rebuilt, or forked for educational purposes. The original source code can be found on GitHub at https://github.com/telpirion/ClassicsReader/.