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Joyful Latin Learning

_From: A New Weblog Announces Itself_

“Joyful Latin Learning” is the theme of “Tres Columnae” (our working
title), which aims to be everyone’s home on the Web for (you guessed
it!) Joyful Latin Learning. In fact, we aim to build a Joyful Learning
Community where all kinds of people can come together to learn about the
Latin language, the history and culture of the Roman Empire, and the
ways that Latin (and the Romans) have influenced today’s languages and
cultures. We’ll be launching the actual website (and the Joyful Learning
Community) early in 2010. But first, we want to spread the word, to
invite people to join us, and to let you know what’s special and
different about “Tres Columnae.”

So, what exactly is a Joyful Learning Community? Read more and join in

Meanwhile, Happy MMX to all!


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salvete, Debra and Judith,
et gratias maximas vobis for the link and the publicity! Please stop by, read more about the Tres Columnae project, and let me know if you have any thoughts about making it better. Community is a critical part of Tres Columnae, and I want everyone who's interested to feel welcome all the time.
Gratias maximas iterum, et felicem annum novum omnibus!

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