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1.   LANGRISHE, RobertElegy Written in a Country Church-Yard. Translated by Mr. R. Langrishe at Eton College, in: The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed memoirs of his life and writings by W. Mason, vol. II., Dublin: Printed for D. Chamberlaine, J. Potts, J. Williams, W. Colles, W. Wilson, R. Moncrieffe, T. Walker, G. Burnet, C. Jenkin, J. Colles, and M. Mills, 1775, S. 204-213. – eng, lat / Incipit: "Vespertina notat finem campana diei"
2. Buch aufschlagen LATHAM, HenryElegia. In: Sertum Shaksperianum subnexis aliquot aliunde excerptis floribus. Latine reddidit H. Latham, London / Oxford: Alexander Macmillan, 1864, S. 102-117. – eng, lat / Incipit: "Iam campana diem morituram plangit; aperta"
3. Buch aufschlagen  . . . . .Sertum Shaksperianum subnexis aliquot aliunde excerptis floribus. Latine reddidit H. Latham, London / Oxford: Alexander Macmillan, 1864. – VI + 203 S. / eng, lat
4.   LAVAL, J. J.Ars poetica N. Bolaei, in versus latinos conversa, auctore J.-J. Laval, Paris : A. Delalain, 1822. – 85 S. / lat
5.    . . . . .Pluteus, poema heroicomicum N. Bolaei, in versus Latinos conversus, auctore J. J. Laval, Paris: A. Delalain, 1824. – 97 S. / fre, lat
6.   LĂZĂRESCU, TraianCarmina // Poezii de Mihai Eminescu. Traducere în limba latină de Traian Lăzărescu, N. Sulică, V. Sulică ..., Bucureşti: Eminescu, 1974. – 211 S. / lat, rum
7.    . . . . .Mihai Eminescu Poezii. Ediţie bilingvă româno-latină, traducere de Traian Lăzărescu, prefăţă de Aurel Martin // Mihai Eminescu carmina. Editio bilingua Dacoromana-Latina, Latine reddita a Traiane Lăzărescu, praefatio ab Aurele Martine, Bucureşti: Minerva, 1980. – 335 S. / lat, rum
8. Buch aufschlagen LEIGHTON, AlexanderThe Principal Songs of Robert Burns translated into medieval Latin verse, with the Scottish version collated. By Alexander Leighton, Edinburgh: William P. Nimmo / London: Houlston & Wright, 1862. – 111 S. / lat, sco
9.   LENARD, AlexanderA. A. Milnei Winnie ille Pu. Liber celeberrimus omnibus fere pueris puellisque notus nunc primum de Anglico sermone in Latinum conversus auctore Alexandro Lenardo, London / New York: Methuen / Dutton, 1960. – 121 S. / lat
10.    . . . . .Maxus atque Mauritius. In: Vita Latina, Nr. 15, Jan. 1962, S. 97-109. – lat