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CJ Hinke comments: 23 of the 35 volumes of classic Astérix comics have been translated into Latin by ‘Rubricastellanus’.
‘Carolus Rubricastellanus‘ is a pseudonym for prolific Latin translator, German Karl Heinz Graf von Rothenburg.
All are catalogued in my “A Short Bibliography of Modern Children’s Books in Latin“.
Written by Belgian René Goscinny (1926-1977) and illustrated by Italian-French Albert_Uderzo’s (b.1927), these were “graphic novels” dating from 1959 before anyone knew the term.
Astérix himself is a Gaul so the stories lend themselves well to Latin. Asterix This entry was posted on December 3, 2013 at pm and is filed under Uncategorized.
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This game was originally released in 2003, developed by french company Etranges Libellules (now defunct) and published by Atari SA, formerly known as Infogrames.
It is not officially distributed anymore since Atari's bankruptcy in 2013.
It also doesn't work on 64bit Windows systems due to its copy protection.