Post Latin Resources Here!
Latin has barely any resources around, so post as much as you can here!
Yep, and there's plenty more resources available online, including some informative Facebook groups on the topic.
lexicity.com has a good list of resources for a bunch of ancient languages, including Latin. My personal favorites are the downloadable version of Whitaker's Words (a lifesaver if you want to do basic translations quickly, it lets you search inflected forms) at http://archives.nd.edu/whitaker/words.htm, Allen & Greenough's Grammar (a bit dense, but really reliable) at https://www.textkit.com/learn/ID/109/author_id/42/, Perseus (a lot of texts and searchable dictionary) https://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/, PHI Latin (texts, the best tool I know of for comparing authors) at https://latin.packhum.org/browse, and the Latin Library (good if you want a text with no frills attached, especially if you're planning on printing it out) at https://www.thelatinlibrary.com/. Also, I haven't used it as much and Lexicity doesn't have it listed (probably because it's pretty new) but nodictionaries.com is INCREDIBLE. It has a lot of Latin texts with inline notes on vocab and a slider you can adjust so that it gives you the meaning of however many words you want, between only the rarest words and every word in the sentence.