Roberto Carfagni was born in Avellino (Italy) in 1983. His studies not only concern the ancient (Greek and Roman) world, but also encompass the modern age in all its aspects, as well as Renaissance Latin literature. Though he has a wide range of interests – including history, philosophy, literature and languages –, his education is based on Latin and its teaching methods. He authored, or coauthored, a few books, including the Epitome historiae sacrae (2009) and the Nova exercitia Latina I (2015). He taught ancient Latin literature at the Academy Vivarium Novum for five years. He took part, with lessons and lectures, in many conferences and seminars, in schools and universities, both in Europe and in America. He has been teaching Latin and Latin literature through the Web since 2012. In 2016 he founded the Schola Latina, whose goal is to promote and spread the study and knowledge of the Latin and Greek languages and literatures.