The first two Rhythmic Fluency Podcasts were featured on Dickinson’s Latin Poetry Podcast. Here is the 3rd, as well as downloadable audio files and supporting blog posts. A link to my Lingua Latīna Poetry Card Game is at the bottom. Those who attended the 2015 CANE Annual Meeting, or ACL Institute workshopd will find all of these resources helpful:
Traditional Scansion is a silly practice, especially in how it’s notated…the info is already there!!! So before you think I’m nuts, how many possibilities are there in terms of quantity? Two (long and short).
WHY NOTATE BOTH!?!?!?!…………..(if not long, it’s SHORT!)
Here is a “standard” line of Dactylic Hexameter, which happens to be one of the most recognizable openings; Virgil’s Aeneid (1.1):
arma virumque canō // Trōiae quī prīmus ab ōrīs