Links to Other Relevant Sites
last updated 1st August 2012

1. Online Tutorials.

One way to improve your skills is to follow an online course and details of some courses are given here. If others exist, please let us know and we shall be happy to advertise them.
The National Archives offer interactive courses in Latin both for beginners and for more advanced students. These may be seen at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ Latin/ beginners and at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ Latin/ advanced Cambridge University offers an online Latin course at CamridgeonlineLatin.com

2. Online Collections of Data.

The National Archives have many collections of data which may be found at their website www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

The Fine Rolls of Henry III covering the period 1216-1272 may be seen at frh3.org.uk while the Gascon Rolls Project (1317-1468) may be seen at gasconrolls.org

Transcripts of Latin documents from the Anglo-Saxon period may be seen at their site www.Anglo-Saxons.net

The aalt project ("Anglo-American Legal Tradition" at the O'Quinn Labrary in University of Houston under license from National Archives in London) provides scanned images of many English legal documents from 1216-1800 at its site aalt.law.uh.edu

3. Taught courses in Latin or Paleography.

The Latin and Palaeography Summer School at Keele is unique and participants come from all over the world to attend it. Details and bookings are now processed online please click here to view it.

Kings College, University of London organises course in Latin and other subject in its summer schools, please click here for details .

The Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of Durham has a two-week intensive course in Palaeography and Latin, please click here for details.

There are also some courses organsied by the Joint Association of Latin Teachers please click here for details.