It appears that I can type text using unicode to produce letters with macrons, but it's tedious to do.
Here's an example of the lower-case characters: ā, ē, ī, ō, ū, and ȳ.
The text looks better with some fonts than others.
This is the font face called Verdana.
|In March, 1998, I accompanied a group of Latin students from Douglas MacArthur High School (San Antonio, TX) on a trip to Italy over Spring Break. It was a whirlwind trip. In ten days, we visited Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri, Assisi, Florence, and Venice before flying home from Milan. It was a great trip; I'm going again next year! Here are some scenes from along the way, primarily in Pompeii.
After retiring from the classroom, I took up learning Latin using the Cambridge Latin Course series of textbooks. I am about the level of senex canem videt, but I'll get there eventually.
forum and Vesuvius
- If you like the detective genre set in ancient Rome, here are the websites of two of my favorite authors: Lindsey Davis and Steven Saylor.
Here is a link to the Texas Classical Association that might interest you.
Check out my Roman domus and collection of games at the Ludi Seniles.
The on-line community called AncientWorlds is a reincarnation of the former AncientSites. I'm known as Senex Caecilius there.
The on-line mystery game called SPQR is a wonderful introduction to the Roman forum and much more.
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