ExpertAverage RatingsExpertise


Maxed Out
Ph.D. Cand. in Classical Languages. Conversant with all forms of the language: classical, mediaeval, and modern.


Maxed Out
I am an expert in Latin Language and Literature and I'll be glad to answer any questions concerning this matter.

Recent Answers

2015-08-02 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.In “….aut fortasse ipsum hoc meritum eius est quo offendimur..” (Seneca, De Ira, 2.30.1) the neuter singular “ipsum hoc”  which refers  to “quo “ in “quo offendimur” is the subject  of

2015-07-30 Need help with Latin phrase for inscription:

Hello,    “We will live forever” translates correctly as “In aeternum vivemus”.    As for Google translation “nos vivet en aeturnum”, I’m sorry, but it is absolutely wrong, since the only one correct word

2015-07-29 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.“…..quam angusta innocentia est ad legem bonum esse! “ (De Ira, 2.28.2) literally means:” …how (quam) small/limited (angusta, adjective in the nominative feminine agreeing with “innocentia”)

2015-07-25 grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.In “….cuius aures tracti subsellii stridor offendit? “(Seneca, De Ira, 2.25.4) it is  correct to think that the genitive “tracti” of p.p. “tractus”  agrees with  the  gen. “subsellii”

2015-07-22 grammar:

Dear Robert,    In, “… quod quae inviti audimus libenter credimus” (Seneca, De Ira, 2.22.3) “inviti” is the nominative masculine plural  of the adj. “invitus” agreed with the subject of the verb “audimus”

More Answers in Category Latin


All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


©2015 All rights reserved.