Saluton from Radaro!  This week Radaro editors share with you the treasures they found and enjoyed.  We hope you enjoy them, too.

Website of the Week: Akademio de Esperanto

Whether or not you’re a fan of linguistic prescriptivism, it is probably a good idea for Esperantists to acknowledge the role of the Akademio in the history of Esperanto. This includes members of the Akademio and the decisions they made that have guided the development of Esperanto as we know it today. For this reason alone, it deserves to be mentioned. Also worth noting is the Akademia Vortaro, which not only allows the searching of words, but also roots, prefixes, and suffixes in a few different languages.

Visit the Akademio de Esperanto here:

Donato’s Diamonds: Scienca Revuo

There is an entire archive with decades worth of scientific literature written in Esperanto waiting for you at Scienca Revuo! Unfortunately, Scienca Revuo is no longer continuing to publish new editions so they have compiled everything beginning in 1949 to 2015 on a simple webpage. At least the information remains available for scientifically curious Esperantists, so be sure to check it out if you are one of them.

Creations of Esperantujo

Eva and Johannes released a new podcast.  Learn about paper in their Esperanto language podcast:

Fundamenta Vorto de la Semajno

This week’s Fundamento Word is: Kavaliero

kavalir ́ chevalier | cavalier, knight | Ritter | рыцарь | rycerz

Find it in the PIV:



English-Esperanto Annotated Dictionary:
The best English-Esperanto dictionary, includes compound English words.

Plena Ilustrita Vortaro de Esperanto:

The online dictionary that defines Esperanto in Esperanto.
The most awesome Esperanto spelling and grammar checker on the internet.
Lernu Dictionary:
Komputeka: The Universal Computer Terminology Collection:

Books, Free

Project Gutenberg:
Bitoteko de Hispana Esperanto-Federacio: