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Latin and the Classics
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University of Pittsburgh Department of Classics
The Department of Classics focuses on the interpretation of the culture and society of Greco-Roman antiquity in the widest sense of those terms and offers an undergraduate program leading to a BA and a graduate program leading to MA and PhD degrees in Classics with special concentrations in Greek and Latin literature, history, philosophy, and linguistics.
Pennsylvania Classical Association
The Pennsylvania Classical Association is a non-profit professional organization of teachers and professors in Classics, Latin, Greek and related disciplines, which seeks to promote knowledge and understanding about the ancient Mediterranean world, especially the Roman and Greek cultures, languages, and literatures, throughout all of Pennsylvania.
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American Classical League
The American Classical League was founded in 1919 for the purpose of fostering the study of classical languages in the United States and Canada and includes teachers of Latin, Greek, and Classics on elementary, secondary, and college levels. Includes Teaching Materials and Resource Center.
National Junior Classical League (NJCL)
The National Junior Classical League is an organization of middle school and high school students, composed in chapters. Its purpose is to encourage an interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.
National Senior Classical League (NSCL)
The National Senior Classical League is an organization founded to promote classical studies among college-level students.
National Latin Exam
Applications are available online in .pdf format. Previous exams are also available for practice.
Classical Association of the Atlantic States and Classical World
CAAS is an organization that unites residents of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia who are interested in sustaining and promoting the study of Greco-Roman language, literature and culture. They publish the quarterly journal, Classical World
Medusa Mythology Exam (The International Competition For Mythology Enthusiasts)
Medusa Mythology Examination is available to all students of Latin and Greek in grades 9-12 and is composed of 50 multiple choice questions.
Notre Dame: Latin Grammar Aid and Wordlist (Dictionary)
Help with Latin grammar and inflections from the University of Notre Dame.
Perseus Digital Library
A digital library of information about the culture and history of the ancient world, particularly Greece. From Tufts University.
A virtual community for teaching and learning Classics