Princeton’s Classical Language Instruction Project (CLIP)

The idea behind this project is admirable, though a great deal hangs on the quality of readers. I have mixed feelings about the readers  here, but I won’t disparage particulars.

http://www.princeton.edu/~clip/

Here are the ones I like:

There’s a choral version of the proem to Homer’s Iliad. It’s gorgeous.

The readings of Tacitus and Propitius are also authentic. The reading of Plato is slow, but believable.

One comment on “Princeton’s Classical Language Instruction Project (CLIP)

  1. […] an earlier post I did on a site with some sample readings […]

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