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Latin Gallery: Medieval urine wheel
Medieval urine wheel
Latin Gallery: Brudenell Magna Carta
Brudenell Magna Carta
Latin Gallery: Her Majestys Australian Ship (HMAS) Melbourne (21)
Her Majestys Australian Ship (HMAS) Melbourne (21)
Latin Gallery: Orteliuss map of Ottoman Empire, 1570
Orteliuss map of Ottoman Empire, 1570
Latin Gallery: Che Guevara / Smoking
Che Guevara / Smoking
Latin Gallery: Wartime poster of Churchills famous words
Wartime poster of Churchills famous words
Latin Gallery: William Tyndale / Whittock
William Tyndale / Whittock
Latin Gallery: Map of Tenochtitlan. Mexico, 1560. By Alonso de Santa Cruz
Map of Tenochtitlan. Mexico, 1560. By Alonso de Santa Cruz
Latin Gallery: Lindisfarne Gospels page
Lindisfarne Gospels page
Latin Gallery: Pampulha Church, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Pampulha Church, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Latin Gallery: 17th century world map
17th century world map
Latin Gallery: Mexico, San Miguel de Allende. La Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel Church dominates
Mexico, San Miguel de Allende. La Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel Church dominates
Latin Gallery: Oronce Fines world map, 1531
Oronce Fines world map, 1531
Latin Gallery: Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700
Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700
Latin Gallery: Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century
Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century
Latin Gallery: Butterfly illustration by Maria Sibylla Merian
Butterfly illustration by Maria Sibylla Merian
Latin Gallery: 16th century map of the British Isles
16th century map of the British Isles
Latin Gallery: Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio, 1595, by Gerardus Merc
Septentrionalium Terrarum descriptio, 1595, by Gerardus Merc
Latin Gallery: Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Breviculum Codex. Miniature. Baden
Ramon Llull (1235-1316). Breviculum Codex. Miniature. Baden
Latin Gallery: CELLARIUS, Andreas (1596-1665). Atlas Coelestis
CELLARIUS, Andreas (1596-1665). Atlas Coelestis
Latin Gallery: Roman Britain Map
Roman Britain Map
Latin Gallery: Che Guevara / Builder
Che Guevara / Builder
Latin Gallery: Design and motto of the Royal Artillery -- Ubique
Design and motto of the Royal Artillery -- Ubique
Latin Gallery: Distillation, 16th century woodcut
Distillation, 16th century woodcut
Latin Gallery: Che Guevara / 1960
Che Guevara / 1960
Latin Gallery: Che Guevara / 1962 / Camera
Che Guevara / 1962 / Camera
Latin Gallery: Illuminated Wenzelbibel manuscript
Illuminated Wenzelbibel manuscript
Latin Gallery: Et in Arcadia Ego, c1650. Artist: Nicolas Poussin
Et in Arcadia Ego, c1650. Artist: Nicolas Poussin
Latin Gallery: LUTHER: THESES, 1517. The 95 theses which German religious reformer Martin Luther
LUTHER: THESES, 1517. The 95 theses which German religious reformer Martin Luther
Latin Gallery: Anatomy / Head / Tongue
Anatomy / Head / Tongue
Latin Gallery: Map of Europe, 1700
Map of Europe, 1700
Latin Gallery: Construction of a wall. Illustration from a Latin
Construction of a wall. Illustration from a Latin
Latin Gallery: Map of the Manor of Middleton, 1606
Map of the Manor of Middleton, 1606
Latin Gallery: Iguazu Waterfalls, Brazil / Argentina
Iguazu Waterfalls, Brazil / Argentina
Latin Gallery: 17th century map of the New World
17th century map of the New World
Latin Gallery: Greek-Latin Dictionary
Greek-Latin Dictionary
Latin Gallery: Cuba, Havana. Apartment living in Havana
Cuba, Havana. Apartment living in Havana
Latin Gallery: Pancho Villa On Horse
Pancho Villa On Horse
Latin Gallery: Peru. Hand painted ceramic pendants
Peru. Hand painted ceramic pendants
Latin Gallery: Mathematical series, 18th century
Mathematical series, 18th century
Latin Gallery: Plant sex system by Linnaeus, 1807
Plant sex system by Linnaeus, 1807
Latin Gallery: Orteliuss map of Italy, 1570
Orteliuss map of Italy, 1570
Latin Gallery: Orteliuss map of Poland, 1570
Orteliuss map of Poland, 1570
Latin Gallery: Orteliuss map of Greece, 1570
Orteliuss map of Greece, 1570
Latin Gallery: Revolutionary art, Museum of the Revolution, Havana, Cuba
Revolutionary art, Museum of the Revolution, Havana, Cuba
Latin Gallery: Juruena, Brazil. Forested river bank reflected in the water with no clouds in the sky
Juruena, Brazil. Forested river bank reflected in the water with no clouds in the sky
Latin Gallery: Map of England, Britannia Antiqua, from The Atlas of Ancient Geography'
Map of England, Britannia Antiqua, from The Atlas of Ancient Geography'
Latin Gallery: Steamship in port of Mollendo, Peru, South America
Steamship in port of Mollendo, Peru, South America

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Latin is an ancient language that has had a profound influence on the English language. It is a classical language that was spoken in the Roman Empire and later spread throughout Europe. Latin has been used in many different ways throughout history, from religious texts to legal documents to scientific works. Even today, Latin is still used in some contexts, such as medical terminology and law.

Latin has had a significant impact on English vocabulary and grammar. Many words we use today have their roots in Latin, including words like “person” or “animal” which come from the Latin word for “man” or “beast” respectively. Other common words like “circumstance” or “precipitate” also have their origin in Latin. In addition to providing us with new vocabulary, Latin also gave us many of our grammatical rules and structures such as verb conjugations and declensions which are still used today when speaking English.

Latin also shaped our understanding of literature and culture by introducing us to works of art such as Virgil's Aeneid or Ovid's Metamorphoses which were written during the height of Roman civilization over two thousand years ago. These works provided insight into life during this period as well as inspiring countless authors who followed them with their own stories about love, war, gods and goddesses, heroes and villains alike all written using the same language – Latin!

In conclusion, it can be said that without Latin there would be no English language as we know it today; its influence on our culture cannot be overstated enough! From providing us with new vocabulary to shaping how we think about literature and culture; from influencing our grammar rules to inspiring authors for centuries afterwards – it is clear that without this ancient tongue there would be no modern-day English!