Create a list with vocabulary from a core list, an ancient text, or a textbook. Focus on a sentence, a chapter, or choose an entire work.
Create a personalized list by screening out vocabulary from one or more textbooks that you have used, core lists you have mastered, and texts you have already read. Or create a list of vocabulary found in your text and another work or works.
You can filter your list to focus on one or more parts of speech, conjugations, declensions, as well as idioms, proper nouns, irregular words, and more.
Your customized vocabulary lists can be printed or downloaded in Excel, CSV, and other formats.
Core Lists, Textbooks, and Texts
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new and improved Bridge vocabulary app. New features include: The ability to create similarity lists (words that appear in your target text & one or more texts); e.g. all the words that appear in Aeneid 1.1-100 and also Wheelock’s Latin and Catullus 1-5. Optional text-specific definitions for select texts, including Vergil’s Read more about New Bridge // New Features[…]
Jack Rasiel ’17 describes his 2015 summer internship with the Libraries, in which he worked on The Bridge, a digital vocabulary tool for students in Ancient Greek and Latin courses that was developed by Haverford Associate Professor of Classics Bret Mulligan. Jack Rasiel on his Libraries Summer Internship from Haverford College Libraries on Vimeo.
Update Log 5/25/2015: added Ritchie’s Fabulae Faciles, Latin for Americans 1; proofed data for Latin for the New Millennium; Shelmerdine; Oxford Latin Course: College Edition; Disce!; Classical Latin. 2/24/2015: corrected dictionary entry for ΝΟΣΟΣ; added several missing entries in Ecce Romani. 2/23/2015: added Ecce Romani Books 1-2; various edits, esp. on numbers; corrected dictionary entries for Read more about Log of Updates Before May ’15[…]
The Greek Bridge has been restored. Textbook data has been carefully proofed.
Welcome to the development blog for the Bridge: a free, web-based app that provides customizable Greek and Latin vocabulary lists. My hope is that this blog will document our progress on building the Bridge and serve as a venue in which testers and users can comment on the app. Posts will track user feedback and host Read more about Greetings![…]