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Speaking only in Latin for their Nantucket visit, teachers Sarah Bjorkman, Sophia Rovitti, Danielle Hui, and Meghan Preston worked on a sand version of the Colosseum last week.

On Nantucket, a classic Roman holiday

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 28, 2006

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NANTUCKET -- Latin is alive. At least it is on Nantucket, where 18 teachers converged last week to immerse themselves in what most people consider a dead language, one taught to be read but not spoken by anyone other than specialists. (Full article: 847 words)

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