Portal:Classical Latin literature
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Classical Latin is the form of Literary Latin recognized as a literary standard by writers of the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire. It was used from 75 BCE to the 3rd century CE, when it developed into Late Latin. In some later periods, it was regarded as good or proper Latin, with later versions viewed as debased, degenerate, or corrupted. Modern Latin textbooks almost exclusively teach Classical Latin.Classical Latin on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.— Excerpted from
This section only includes English translations of Latin texts, and works written in English. For texts in Latin, see Latin Wikisource.