While it’s commonly held that Latin is a “dead” language, it still maintains a foothold in scientific, medical and educational contexts around the world as the common language of scientific endeavours. Our Latin translation experts are handpicked to ensure highly accurate translations of Latin texts, suitable for any application.
ALM’s Latin translators are academics with experience in translating a range of Latin texts, trusted by some of the world’s top institutions and universities, and our internal project management processes are designed to scale with your needs, no matter how large your project. ALM also focuses on developing our translators through regular training and assessment to ensure the quality of our work is consistently high.
We use translators who are highly qualified in Latin and a native speaker of your desired output language. For example, if you require Latin to German translation, we will use a native German speaker with experience in translating Latin.
Latin spread across Europe with the Roman Empire in Antiquity and became a marker of status wherever it was spoken – as well as, practically speaking, becoming the common language between geographic areas as disparate as modern-day England, Syria and Morocco. Latin remained the common language of the educated and the elite across Europe for centuries, and while its use has declined, it can still be found in religious, scientific and medical contexts today.
To find out how ALM can help you with your Latin translation and localisation requirements, get in touch to speak with one of our experts today.