I received this email today:

We are homeschoolers studying Latin. We enjoy your program very much! My daughter would like to have a Latin Vulgate bible. We would like minimal commentary in the bible. Can you recommend one?

Thank you!

Here is my reply:

Glad to hear you are enjoying Visual Latin!

As for the Vulgate… I always recommend you start with free:

Here you will find a dramatized audio version (My favorite.  I use this daily): https://live.bible.is/bible/LATNV1/MAT/1?audio_type=audio_drama

Here is another free online version: https://www.biblegateway.com/versions/Biblia-Sacra-Vulgata-VULGATE/#booklist

And another: http://vulgate.org/

This one is fascinating but difficult to use.  It is a side-by-side English/Latin/Greek/Hebrew version: http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/poly/

If you want a physical copy, any of the versions on this page will do (they get expensive, though): https://amzn.to/3ekHNrO

This is the one I use: https://amzn.to/2NccgfR. Pretty expensive.  But, I do like it.

Hope this helps!



If you are learning Latin, I have written a book with all of my best tips and strategies.  It’s available as a free download here: https://dwanethomas.com/via/

If you are interested in learning Latin, you can go through the classes on my site 24/7.  I recommend the book Lingua Latina by Hans Ørberg.  If you tackle the book and find yourself bogged down, you may find the classes on my site helpful.  To join, just click here: https://dwanethomas.com/join/

If you want a more professionally filmed experience, check out the best-selling DVD series: Visual Latin.

Or, if you want to skip Latin, and just jump right into learning English words from Latin and Greek roots, you may enjoy the series Word up!  Warning.   Word up! is a bit wacky.  You will learn a lot… but, you may find yourself rolling your eyes, too.

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