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If you are looking for a reliable and affordable Latin translation agency, you have come to the right place. We are a leading language translation company offering you professionalism, quality and complete customer satisfaction in all translation services.

 

How do I get my Latin Translation?

 

We make the translation process as simple as possible for our clients:

 

  • Email, fax or post us the document you need translating into English/Latin.
  • A Relationship Manager will be assigned and you will receive a quote.
  • If you are happy with the quote then we get started.
  • You get your translation back how and when you want it.

 

Our Latin Translation Service

 

Kwintessential offers a high-quality Latin translation service and there are three reasons:

 

  • Quality: We only use experienced translators to ensure tip-top translations.
  • Competitive Prices: We charge fairly, consistently and in a transparent manner.
  • Customer Service: With Kwintessential you have your own dedicated project manager to guide you through the whole process.

 

We know that Latin language translation is far more than simply switching words between languages. We will make sure that your translation clearly and accurately conveys the true meaning, intent and spirit of the original text.

 

Certified Latin Translations

 

For those needing an official translation, we can also provide certified translations of personal documents such as marriage certificates, birth certificates, academic qualifications and the like.

 

Latin Language Facts

 

Latin is an Italic language, historically spoken in Latium and Ancient Rome. Through the Roman conquest, Latin spread throughout the Mediterranean and a large part of Europe.

 

Languages such as Italian, French, Romanian, Spanish, and Portuguese are descended from Latin, while many others, including English, have inherited and acquired much of their vocabulary from Latin.

 

It was the international language of science and scholarship in central and western Europe until the 17th century. There are two varieties of Latin: Classical Latin, the literary dialect used in poetry and prose, and Vulgar Latin, the form of the language spoken by ordinary people.